CareerWise Colorado (CWC) is an organization that equips high school students with the skills to build successful careers through apprenticeships. Founded in 2016, the young organization has attracted interest from different groups and civic leaders from across the U.S., some of whom want to replicate CWC's model, and others who want CWC to bring and then operate its program in their localities. Noel Ginsburg, CWC's founder and CEO, and Ashley Carter, COO, now have to decide how, when, and where to grow CWC. They both believe in CWC's apprenticeship model's widespread applicability, but so far it is still a relatively small-with just over 200 active apprentices spread across two cohorts; all of whom live in Colorado-and unproven entity. As of late 2018, no apprentices had yet completed the three year program. They did not want to scale the program too soon, but Ginsburg and Carter also did not want to miss out on the attractive opportunities being presented to them. How should they scale this organization?