Weekly, we post workforce pathways. Our recent finds come from Alaska, California, Indiana, Kansas, and New York.
Take a look.
From Alaska: Delta Wind reports a state-funded grant to University of Alaska Fairbanks will train 28 residents from the Tok area to work at the Kinross Manh Choh mine.
From California: Sacramento News & Review reports the Mother Lode Workforce Development Board has opened job centers in two prisons in addition to facilitating training and certification programs.
From Indiana: Northwest Indiana Business Magazine reports a Valparaiso nonprofit is partnering with an e-waste recycling company to train people with disabilities
From Kansas: Investors Observer shares University of Kansas has launched a new online applied cybersecurity degree – which targets undergraduate transfer and degree-completion students.
From New York: WABC-TV reports New York City is prepping an asylum seeker arrival center that will offer a range of services, including job training.
Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.