We are always on the hunt for training and job pathways to get folks back to work. This week, take a look at our findings from Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Virginia, and Wyoming.
From Arkansas: Community College Daily reports five Arkansas community colleges are partnering to create a boot camp to develop a talent pipeline for regional steel companies.
From Hawaii: Lahaina News reports a variety of free job training opportunities will provide immediate employment for residents of Maui.
From Maine: The Rangeley Highlander reports the nonprofit – New Ventures Maine – is offering free workshops and classes statewide this month focusing on career, business, and financial education.
From Virginia: Williamsburg Yorktown Daily reports a Fairfax County program is helping people – 55 and older – gain training to be able to work at senior centers.
From Wyoming: SweetwaterNOW reports Western Wyoming Community College has received over $2.6 million to better align educational opportunities with the needs of the business community.
Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.