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From Hawaii: McKnight’s Senior Living reports a $35 million workforce development initiative – Good Jobs Hawaii – aims to provide job pathways in health care, technology, clean energy, skilled trades, and creative industries to 3,000 residents.
From Idaho: Local News 8 reports the Idaho State University School of Nursing has received a five-year federal grant to develop a sustainable health care workforce in rural and underserved communities in the state.
From Louisiana: Biz New Orleans reports a job training program in the Algiers district of the city will teach young adults about positions working behind-the-camera in production.
From Maryland: WBAL TV reports a new training center in Severn will help people gain the skills needed to work in the electric utility industry.
From Massachusetts: StateScoop reports the state is funding cyber training for 50,000 local government and school workers.
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