Back to Work: Infrastructure, clean energy, and semiconductor manufacturing

We share workforce opportunities from around the country

This week, we found job pathways to help people land good jobs. Our findings are from Illinois, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Utah, and Washington.

From Illinois: WMBD reports the state is receiving $38 million to fund 13 community-based hubs that will offer training and job placement services for clean energy careers.

From Pennsylvania: The Philadelphia Sunday Sun reports the state has announced a workforce training program that will create 10,000 infrastructure jobs.

From Puerto Rico: Yahoo!Finance reports a minority-led small business lender is collaborating with U.S. Bank to fund small business and job training programs for Boys & Girls Clubs of Puerto Rico.

From Utah: KUER reports stackable education allows Utah students to take on job training, degrees – in small bits at a time.

From Washington: GeekWire reports the University of Washington receives $10M in grant funding for semiconductor workforce development and research.

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