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Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week 2021! - Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Program (MATP)

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Inaugural Maryland Apprenticeship Awards event at the Champagne Ballroom in Baltimore City.
Inaugural Maryland Apprenticeship Awards event at the Champagne Ballroom in Baltimore City.

Inaugural Maryland Apprenticeship Awards event at the Champagne Ballroom in Baltimore City.
Inaugural Maryland Apprenticeship Awards event at the Champagne Ballroom in Baltimore City.

(L - R) Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Program (MATP) Director Chris MacLarion, Maryland Department of Labor (Labor) Deputy Secretary Dave McGlone and Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council (MATC) Chair Brian Cavey.
(L - R) Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Program (MATP) Director Chris MacLarion, Maryland Department of Labor (Labor) Deputy Secretary Dave McGlone, Award winner in the “Business” category, Knute Olson of AT&T Catapult, and Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council (MATC) Chair Brian Cavey.

(L - R) MATP Director MacLarion, Deputy Secretary McGlone, Award winner in the “Mentor” category, Mason Holden, Instructor with the UA Local 5 Washington DC Joint Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee, and MATC Chair Cavey.
(L - R) MATP Director MacLarion, Deputy Secretary McGlone, Award winner in the “Mentor” category, Mason Holden, Instructor with the UA Local 5 Washington DC Joint Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee, and MATC Chair Cavey.

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awardees

awardees

Labor’s Apprenticeship marketing campaign included new car wraps on state vehicles to promote apprenticeship opportunities
Labor’s Apprenticeship marketing campaign included new car wraps on state vehicles to promote apprenticeship opportunities

MATP Apprenticeship Navigator Kelton Addison and Deputy Secretary McGlone.
MATP Apprenticeship Navigator Kelton Addison and Deputy Secretary McGlone.

Assistant Secretary Jim Rzepkowski offers remarks.
Assistant Secretary Jim Rzepkowski offers remarks.

MATC Chair Cavey and the membership of the MATC receive a Governor’s Proclamation and Challenge Coins recognizing the group’s outstanding work.
MATC Chair Cavey and the membership of the MATC receive a Governor’s Proclamation and Challenge Coins recognizing the group’s outstanding work.

Award Winner in the “Apprenticeship Program Category”: Howard County Government Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee - Recipients representing the program and Howard County Government, including the County Executive Calvin Ball.
Award Winner in the “Apprenticeship Program Category”: Howard County Government Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee - Recipients representing the program and Howard County Government, including the County Executive Calvin Ball.

Jim Rzepkowski speaking

Jim Rzepkowski speaking wideview

Jim Rzepkowski speaking

Award Winner in the “Apprenticeship Program Category”: Prince George’s County Public Schools Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program. (L - R) MATP Director MacLarion,  Amy Rock, Dr. Jean-Paul Cadet, Deputy Secretary McGlone and MATC Chair Cavey.
Award Winner in the “Apprenticeship Program Category”: Prince George’s County Public Schools Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program. (L - R) MATP Director MacLarion, Amy Rock, Dr. Jean-Paul Cadet, Deputy Secretary McGlone and MATC Chair Cavey.

Award Winner in the Youth Apprenticeship category Category: The Patuxent Partnership.

Award Winner in the Apprentice Category: Dynamic Automotive Employee Richard Shontere
Award Winner in the “Apprentice Category”: Dynamic Automotive Employee Richard Shontere

Howard County Executive Dr. Ball addresses the audience.
Howard County Executive Dr. Ball addresses the audience.

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