Evaluation processes are most equitable when they are specific in their expectations, clearly communicated, and assess at an appropriate level. Designing for this in apprenticeship programs helps reduce bias, build confidence, and ensures opportunities for Black, Latinx/e, and Indigenous talent skilled via alternative routes than a bachelor’s degree.

Check out these best practices & tools co-designed with champions in tech who are pioneering new standards for equitable and inclusive apprenticeship programs.

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