WorkingNation is always on the hunt for job and training opportunities around the country. Take a look at the offerings we found this week.
From Arizona: Tucson.com reports SkyWest Airlines is building a new maintenance hangar at Tucson International Airport that creating 50 new jobs.
From Colorado: More than $1 million in new funds for employment services will connect people in Weld County to upskilling and training opportunities.
From Connecticut: The CT Mirror reports efforts are underway to boost the talent pipeline for people with disabilities.
From Kansas: High Plains Journal reports a 4-H program is introducing youth to careers in agriculture.
From North Dakota: INFORUM reports North Dakota State College of Science is offering registered apprenticeship programming. Among the occupations – certified medication aides, auto techs, and construction equipment mechanics.
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