Every week, WorkingNation looks for jobs and training programs around the country. Our latest opportunities come from Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.
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From Delaware: UD Daily announces the University of Delaware is tapped to play key role in a regional hydrogen hub – which is expected to create 20,000 jobs in the production, delivery, and use of zero-emission hydrogen.
From Georgia: WABE reports Quick Start – a state-funded program and part of the technical college system – is preparing people to work in the expanding green energy sector.
From Kentucky: WBKO reports Goodwill Industries of Kentucky is providing career training to individuals who are currently incarcerated.
From Minnesota: Forbes reports Minnesota is dropping the college degree requirement for many state government jobs.
From New Hampshire: WMUR reports due to statewide personnel shortages, one fire department is changing its hiring strategy by implementing a cadet program at the Manchester School of Technology and switching to on-the-job training.
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