Midmark participates in Upper Valley Career Center’s School-to-Apprenticeship program where students can complete up to one year of apprenticeship credit during their senior year by learning competencies necessary for entry-level employment in technical fields. This is one example of Midmark’s commitment to training and upskilling current and potential employees.
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