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Back to Work: Clean energy, child welfare, and on-the-job training

Check out the workforce opportunities we found this week

Are you seeking a new job? WorkingNation is always searching for employment pathways around the country. Take a look at what we recently found in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia.

From Florida: Spectrum News 13 reports the state’s Department of Children and Families is working to reinstate federal funds to help pay training costs for current or future child welfare employees.

From Georgia: National Review reports new state legislation helps former inmates get identification cards and certificates of the training they completed during their incarceration.

From North Carolina: WRAL TechWire reports the NC Clean Energy Technology Center is receiving a $1 million, two-year grant to foster economic growth and job creation in North and South Carolina through clean energy technology.

From Ohio: The Daily Record reports an on-the-job training program is designed to provide hands-on experience to applicants seeking job-centric skills.

From West Virginia: West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports a landscape trade organization is providing training to boost the industry’s workforce.

Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.