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Back to Work: Electric bus manufacturing, crane operating, and more

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If you live in one of these five states, there may be a training program or job opening that fits your career pathway. WorkingNation is always on the hunt for opportunities around the country for people to find their place in the workforce.

Take a look.

From Florida: WPBF reports applications will be accepted – starting March 1 – for a new program offering paid on-the job training in Martin County.

From Georgia: National Fisherman reports a new scholarship program is intended to recruit next generation for careers in commercial fishing across the Georgia coast.

From Ohio: News 5 Cleveland reports a new pilot project will teach people soft skills needed for employment – via programming on their cell phones.

From South Carolina: WPDE reports Horry Georgetown Technical College is offering training to become a certified crane operator – a first in the state of South Carolina.

From West Virginia: Yahoo!Finance reports an EV bus manufacturer is partnering with a local college and workforce agency to connect residents to hands-on training in its new facility.

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

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