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Maritime apprenticeship program seeks to fill labor gap

Program provides young workers a career path

Workers at the Landings at Colony Wharf lift a Bristol Bay gillnetter out of the water on Nov. 12. Students from Northwest Maritime Apprenticeship program in Whatcom County watched the demonstration.
Workers at the Landings at Colony Wharf lift a Bristol Bay gillnetter out of the water on Nov. 12. Students from Northwest Maritime Apprenticeship program in Whatcom County watched the demonstration. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
Eleven apprentices in Whatcom County have taken on the task of not only setting themselves up for a

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