Every week, we share our latest job and training opportunities. In our latest finds, we focus on Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Check them out.
From Iowa: The Daily Nonpareil reports an Iowa foundation — in partnership with Pottawattamie County school districts and Iowa Western Community College — has launched a new workforce pipeline program designed to provide students with pathways to employment.
From Missouri: Southeast Missourian reports Mineral Area College in Park Hills is partnering with a mining company for job retention training.
From Ohio: Statehouse News Bureau reports the Goodwill facility in Columbus will be a hub to train for broadband-building jobs in the state.
From West Virginia: WBOY reports a new workforce development office in Weston is bringing jobs and skills training to the area.
From Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin System announces a collaborative of faculty and staff from Wisconsin’s 13 public universities is using $4.3 million in funding for freshwater research and training opportunities for high school and undergraduate students.
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