We’re always looking around the country for workforce opportunities in a variety of sectors. Take a look at our latest findings.
From Alabama: Alabama Political Reporter reports free training to learn to operate bulldozers and skid steers is available through the Alabama Community College System.
From Missouri: Government Technology reports a Kansas City program is preparing workers for the expanding electrical infrastructure industry.
From North Carolina: WFMY reports a Japanese housing and wood products company is locating a manufacturing facility in Randolph County creating 129 jobs.
From Oklahoma: The Journal Record reports the Cherokee Nation opened a new food distribution center in Vinita also provides services including alternative education, job training, and placement.
From Tennessee: ABC24 reports the Tennessee Valley Authority has awarded funds to the Memphis to support entrepreneurship and business development in the area.
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