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"Simply having a university degree doesn’t weather the climate of the post-collegiate workforce anymore. Student workers need to fund their education AND simultaneously acquire skill sets and business acumen needed to secure employment post-graduation."
The student apprentice business model program developed at Alyn Vaughn allows for motivated Nashville youth to gain invaluable work experience and also fund their education through a scholarship fund awarded after completing 1,000 curriculum hours.
When student workers sign on for employment with ALYN VAUGHN, they become more than a “worker” – they become an Apprentice. They’re signing on to gain knowledge and work experience in every area of the company. Student apprentices log hours in product design, handcraftsmanship, brand awareness, wholesale and retail sales, packaging and shipping, inventory, and accounting. Paid apprentices also earn scholarship dollars funded by sales per each curriculum hour worked.