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

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WorkingNation is always on the hunt for job and training opportunities around the country. You might find that there’s something for you in Alabama, California, Indiana, South Dakota, or Washington, D.C.

Check it out.

From Alabama: Montgomery Advertiser reports a Los Angeles-based apparel company is taking over a closed Wetumpka plant to use as a fabric cutting facility – creating at least 557 jobs.

From California: The Pajaronian reports the Climate Corps Leadership Institute in Watsonville has received initiative funding to increase youth access to the outdoors and provide career and technical training.

From Indiana: Inside Indiana Business reports an Indianapolis nonprofit has kicked off its summer hiring initiative that features more than 1,200 available jobs.

From South Dakota: Argus Leader reports a hospital system is partnering with some local high schools to spark students’ interest in health care jobs.

From Washington, D.C.: NBC4 reports an infrastructure training program is holding a job fair March 16 and 17 – with 500 available jobs around the D.C. area.

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

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