Opportunities in manufacturing, construction, and the offshore wind industry are some of the workforce options available around the U.S.

WorkingNation is always looking at local stories that are addressing how different parts of the country are helping get people back on the job.

Take a look at this week’s findings.

From Alabama: Alabama NewsCenter reports Trenholm State Community College has partnered with area utility companies in offering a nine-week course to prepare Montgomery residents to become lineworkers.

From Iowa: KCRG reports 50 new Procter & Gamble jobs are coming to Iowa City as the company expands its existing beauty production operations.

From Minnesota: Sun Post reports a manufacturer that specializes in medical devices will be relocating and expanding operations in Brooklyn Park creating an additional 90 jobs.

From Montana: MSU News Service reports Gallatin College Montana State University is offering a training program to prepare people for the construction trades.

From New Jersey: Downbeach.com reports Atlantic Cape Community College is establishing an offshore wind safety training program to train for jobs in the state’s growing offshore wind industry.

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