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Back to Work: Farming, welding, and tourism

Take a look at some workforce opportunities being offered around the country

Looking for a new career? Check out the workforce training pathways we found in California, Iowa, New Hampshire, Oregon, and Texas.

From California: Sacramento News & Review reports Sonoma County Job Link partners with Petaluma Health Center to cover some of the costs for on-the-job training for new employees.

From Iowa: Progressive Farmer reports on-the-job training is helping aspiring farmers learn the business.

From New Hampshire: NHPR reports a high school in the White Mountains area is offering classes to help students get jobs in the region’s outdoor tourism industry.

From Oregon: KGW8 reports Columbia Gorge Community College in The Dalles is offering job training for the cannabis industry.

From Texas: ABC13 reports high school competitions are one way to get students interested in pursuing careers in welding.

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