WorkingNation is always searching for job and training pathways. This week, we share opportunities in Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, Virginia, and Wyoming.
From Delaware: Pennsylvania Business Report reports the Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center is recruiting young manufacturing professionals to raise awareness about the sector by serving as ambassadors at a number of high schools.
From Nebraska: Lincoln Journal Star reports Southeast Community College is expanding its options at its six learning centers across 15 counties with input from the local communities about workforce needs.
From Nevada: Sierra Sun reports the Truckee Library has a workforce development staff member on site to help with job leads, resume writing, and other employment related needs.
From Virginia: CBS19 reports a federal grant will allow Virginia to train its school nutrition workforce, including 150 school nutrition directors and over 2,000 frontline cafeteria managers.
From Wyoming: Laramie Live reports the University of Wyoming is launching a program to help entrepreneurs move their businesses from the idea stage to fruition.
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