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Episode XIV: April 2022

Kelly Victor-Burke on Registered Apprenticeships, Educational Partnerships, and Vision Casting

Professor Kelly Victor-Burke 
Lecturer III, Co-Director Geotourism, & Historic Preservation Program Emerita, Eastern Michigan University
Lead Creator/Author/Coordinator, Approved Department of Labor – Registered Occupation & Apprenticeship, “Woodworking Manufacturing Specialist”
Co-Founder/Owner/CEO, Burke Architectural Millwork, LLC 

Topic: Registered Apprenticeships, Educational Partnerships, and Vision Casting

Host: D. Antonio Cantu, Ph.D.

Professor Kelly Victor-Burke is an entrepreneur, woodwork manufacturing advocate, and university educator who taught for three decades at Eastern Michigan University as co-director of the Geotourism & Historic Preservation B.S. program.  She is also the co-founder and owner/CEO of Burke Architectural Millwork in Livonia, Michigan.  In addition, she conceived of and led a team to create the first 21st century approved Department of Labor registered apprenticeship in woodworking, “Woodwork Manufacturing Specialist.”