Take a look at our latest employment and training findings in Alaska, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington.
Opportunities include entry-level film and TV work, disaster response training, and jobs in shoe manufacturing.
From Alaska: KFSK reports the Petersburg Fire Department is offering a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training this year with an information session scheduled for February 26 in the chambers of the Petersburg Borough Assembly.
From Maryland: The Daily Record reports the newly-launched Johnson Controls Academy will offer a six-week intensive training program in Columbia focused on developing the next generation of building technicians – expanding Lincoln Tech’s electrical and electronic systems technology (EEST) curriculum.
From Mississippi: Mighty Mississippi reports Shloop is building a footwear manufacturing facility in Meridian that will create 56 new jobs.
From New Mexico: KRQE reports Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is offering free training for people who want to become production assistants in the film and TV industry with the next session scheduled for February 25 and 26.
From Washington: Yakima Herald-Republic reports new federal funding will connect people – whose jobs were affected by pandemic – to quality training and employment in Kittitas, Klickitat, Skamania, and Yakima counties.
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