K-12 Teacher Apprenticeship

K-12 Teacher Registered Apprenticeship Program

What is a Registered Apprenticeship?

Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAP) are employer-driven, high-quality career pathway systems that work cohesively with training providers; allowing employers to develop and prepare their future workforce. Within the RAP, apprentices can obtain paid work experience, related training & instruction, and earn a portable nationally-recognized credential.

What is a Registered Apprenticeship?

Welcoming Our First Apprentice Cohort!

Our Vision

At Brazosport ISD, the RAP partnership is a community based solution that seeks to support sustainable talent pipelines and expanded pathways to develop teachers; with a commitment to understand and remove barriers that have impacted one's ability to successfully enter into the teaching profession.

Offering prospective teachers—including paraprofessionals, career changers, and high school or college students—the chance to work in the classroom and employment while completing their preparation to become a certified teacher.

The Registered Apprenticeship Program provides multiple entrances with scaffolded support to enter the teaching profession, also known as on-ramps; which are designed to meet people where they are in their college and professional journey.

Where is Your Entry Point?

K-12 Teacher Registered Apprenticeship Program On-ramps

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