Back to Work: Opportunities in agriculture, infrastructure, and health care

What’s happening around the country to help people back into jobs

Millions of people are looking for the pathway into the workforce. WorkingNation is always looking for job and training opportunities available around the country. This week, we note some programs in five states, including Alaska and Ohio.

Check out what we found.

From Alaska: Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman reports a certified nursing assistant training program is helping fill area health care needs.

From New Mexico: Deming Headlight reports agriculture businesses can apply for internship funding for beginning farmers and ranchers.

From Ohio: Knox Pages reports the launch of a certification program to train Knox County residents for manufacturing jobs.

From South Carolina: Cola Daily reports a work-readiness program is available for young people with autism.

From Washington, D.C.: The Washington Informer reports the D.C. Infrastructure Academy offers hands-on training to work on the city’s gas pipelines.

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