WorkingNation is always looking for new job pathways around the country. This week, we discovered workforce-related opportunities in Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Maryland, and Massachusetts.
From Idaho: Idaho Education News reports the state is taking applications for a grant program that could provide financial aid for thousands of high school graduates pursuing jobs in in-demand careers.
From Indiana: Indiana Public Media reports short-term skills training for working adults is increasing at Ivy Tech Community College.
From Louisiana: New Orleans City Business reports federal funds are being awarded to two higher ed institutions – one to focus on manufacturing, supply chain and logistics, and industrial safety and the other on the shortage of nurses and nurse educators.
From Maryland: The Daily Record reports a nonprofit has introduced its roofing pre-apprenticeship training program in Baltimore.
From Massachusetts: Hoodline reports the state has announced new performance standards and workforce training requirements for local public health departments.
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