Thesaurus / apprenticeship


Nearly half of Trilogy employees are furthering their skills through a structured apprenticeship program which can result in a certification and more pay every few months.

In marketing materials, the product was presented as a sort of apprenticeship-in-a-box, teaching “correct” engineering principles that competing toys purportedly failed to demonstrate.

Their system shared fundamental similarities with that of the New Orleans Saints, which Burrow understood because his wunderkind offensive coordinator at LSU, Joe Brady, had come from an apprenticeship under Sean Payton.

He forwarded the email to Tom Lemmon, leader of another labor group, the San Diego County Building Trades Council, which, unlike Macedo, supported the apprenticeship requirement.

He also wanted to remove a requirement that certain workers on the project be supervised by graduates from an apprenticeship program.

But I have tarried too long over those days of my apprenticeship, and am yet only at the beginning.

The Adventures of Harry RevelSir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

Clergymen and missionaries, declared that the apprenticeship was no preparation for freedom.

The Anti-Slavery Examiner, OmnibusAmerican Anti-Slavery Society

A long term of apprenticeship restrains it more indirectly, but as effectually, by increasing the expense of education.

In the hopeful days of his apprenticeship all had seemed so easy before him.

You must face the drudgery of apprenticeship or quit right now.

opposites of apprenticeship

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.