WorkingNation is always on the lookout for job and training opportunities around the country. This week we share discoveries in Montana, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont.
From Montana: Daily Montanan reports a million dollar donation will support the Montana University System’s efforts to promote opportunities in high-demand fields including welding, carpentry, health care, and IT.
From New Jersey: Hortidaily reports a job training program in Hackensack is creating opportunities in sustainable farming for people with autism.
From Rhode Island: The Independent reports a woman-owned, multi-generational family farm is participating in the state’s Growing Futures RI program to help train “green collar” natural resource professionals.
From South Dakota: South Dakota State News announces its UpSkill certificate programs – including health care, IT, and manufacturing – for people who have employment barriers.
From Vermont: Vermont Biz reports a number of state initiatives to fill open jobs including job training, a skilled trades scholarship, and a worker relocation program that encourages people to move to the state.
Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.