When most people think of an “apprenticeship,” they tend to think about industries, like construction or manufacturing. And while these industries certainly use apprentices, the apprenticeship model can also be adapted successfully into other sectors, like information technology (IT). Under a typical apprenticeship model, a job seeker can obtain paid employment, education, and industry-recognized credentials. This is all usually accomplished at the same time or in short succession. The apprenticeship model has several advantages over traditional employment models because it…