I have an apprentice.
Maybe not your traditional apprentice but she's close enough. She's my youngest daughter Infinity. I have tried to make sure I spend as much time as possible with all three of my daughters in the shop but Fin (what we call her for short) does her best to monopolize every opportunity. I can't put my shoes on without her asking if I'm going to the shop. Unfortunately this time of year my poorly heated shop is not the place for her but this fall we did manage to spend a day working on a project just for her.
This summer I had set her to work learning to saw. I gave her a piece of scrap pine, my dovetail saw, and a saw bench. She worked really hard at it all day long, sawing one inch pieces off the scrap, and by the end of the day she really had the hang of it. She didn't wimp out on me or quit on me at all. As a reward I bought some tools for her, we actually for all three girls to use when they want to come to the shop. I'll do some changes and updating on the tools as soon as I can, but for now it keeps me from looking for my tape measure when they have it. Now they have their own.
But what good is a pile of tools with no home? Fin and I spent a day working on building a tool box to keep them in. I picked up a piece of cheap 1x6 at the local fix it store and marked out the pieces for her to saw and let her go at it.