Array's groundbreaking apprenticeship paves the way for tech careers
Thursday, February 27, 2020
CHEYENNE – Apprenticeships help train individuals for skilled careers, and are commonly used by electricians, plumbers and carpenters. But as Wyoming is increasingly focused on diversifying its economy, the staff at Cheyenne’s Array School of Technology and Design hope to pave the way for apprenticeships in the world of technology.
Array CEO Eric Trowbridge announced Wednesday that the state’s first accelerated technology and design school will launch an apprenticeship program that’s the first of its kind in Wyoming. Those with a passion for coding can apply to be an apprentice for Array’s partnering companies, and those who are accepted will be paid to learn from Array staff and to work on projects for those companies.