WorkingNation is always scouting for job and training opportunities around the country. This week we share discoveries in Alabama and Utah, as well as Illinois, Pennsylvania, and Puerto Rico.
From Alabama: WHNT reports a career fair geared towards students in grades 8-10 will be held from September 27-29 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville.
From Illinois: Illinois Newsroom reports agriculture companies have STEM job openings – that are far removed from the farm.
From Pennsylvania: 90.5 WESA reports people between the ages of 15 and 25 can receive paid work experience, job training, and environmental education from the PA Outdoor Corps.
From Puerto Rico: News Is My Business reports Aptima, a “human-centered engineering firm” is expanding into Puerto Rico and looking now for software engineers and data scientists.
From Utah: Mass Transit reports the Utah Transit Authority is expanding its apprenticeship programs including light-rail vehicle maintenance and commuter rail vehicle maintenance.
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