down Go Back to Our Ideas Report/Research Pre-Apprenticeship Partnerships at CVS Health: An Employer's Perspective Full Reportright At a Glance This case study focuses on CVS Health’s pre-apprenticeship training partnerships in Texas and illustrates many of the key attributes that drive a successful partnership. Published sep. 30, 2017 Contributor Bill Browning Topics Apprenticeship Health Care Program Design ROI/Employer Benefits Equity Registered Apprenticeship Pre-Apprenticeship Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via Email For over 10 years, CVS Health (CVSH) has addressed the issue of recruiting and retaining technical talent, in part, through the use of apprenticeships. This track record makes CVSH among the most experienced and active employer sponsors of apprenticeship programs within nontraditional occupations in the United States. CVSH has begun developing pre-apprenticeship programs in order to diversify its talent pipeline and build a pool of trained, qualified applicants ready to enter its apprenticeship programs. CVSH’s pre-apprenticeship programs align with the company’s talent needs and attract diverse participants that match its customer base.This case study focuses on CVSH’s pre-apprenticeship training partnerships in Texas, and illustrates many of the key attributes that drive a successful partnership. The brief also explores practices associated with successful outcomes for the company and prospective apprentices.See this resource and more on our new Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning.