Brief Program Summary: Modern Apprenticeship Program (MAP) is a two- to three-year
program designed to prepare Central Indiana high school students for the workforce with paid,
hands-on experience that complements their traditional coursework. Apprentices start in their
junior year and pursue jobs in growing fields such as business, advanced manufacturing, and
information technology (IT). In addition to paid work experience, participants may earn college
credit and build a professional network. Afterward, they can continue on to a college degree or
jump right into the workforce. The first cohort of MAP launched in May 2021.