Danielle Williams, a single mother of three from Skyway, Washington, received a 25-cents-an-hour raise after getting 145 hours of advanced apprenticeship training as a home care aide. She now earns $12 an hour. (SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership/McClatchy)
Danielle Williams, a single mother of three from Skyway, Washington, received a 25-cents-an-hour raise after getting 145 hours of advanced apprenticeship training as a home care aide. She now earns $12 an hour. (SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership/McClatchy) Handout
Danielle Williams, a single mother of three from Skyway, Washington, received a 25-cents-an-hour raise after getting 145 hours of advanced apprenticeship training as a home care aide. She now earns $12 an hour. (SEIU Healthcare NW Training Partnership/McClatchy) Handout

A Sen. Murray promotion might help push for apprenticeships

September 23, 2014 6:17 PM