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Back to Work: Job training and employment for youth

Check out this week’s workforce pathways we found around the country
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WorkingNation is always searching for workforce opportunities. The latest findings include pathways to solar, construction, and health care. Take a look at what we found in these five states.

From Hawaii: Hawaii News Now reports that Makaha Learning Center is offering certifications in  construction and solar.

From Idaho: Local News 8 reports there are now 20 southwestern Idaho mobile locations providing labor employment services.

From Louisiana: The Daily Star reports the new Methodist Children’s Home of Southeast Louisiana in Loranger will help youth – ages 16-24 –  with access to GED classes, job training, and certifications.

From Maryland: Maryland Matters reports the Maryland Food Bank is providing job training in health care and clean energy to Baltimore youth.

From Massachusetts: Cambridge Day reports the Cambridge Housing Authority’s Workforce Program has received a $100,000 grant to help youth living in public housing prep for postsecondary education or a career.

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

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