PILOTS IN THE COCKPIT

Back to Work: Pathways in aviation, R&D, and opportunities post-incarceration

Check out the workforce pathways we found this week around the country
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WorkingNation is always looking for workforce pathways around the country. With the holidays upon us, we found some opportunities in Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Wyoming.

Take a look.

From Delaware: Delaware Business Now reports specialty chemical company Solenis is converting a building west of Wilmington into a research and development facility – creating 46 science-related jobs over the next three years.

From Nebraska: University of Nebraska Omaha reports the institution has partnered with United Airlines as part of the carrier’s pilot career development program.

From Nevada: Disability Scoop reports MGM Resorts is investing $1 million in a vocational training program aimed at hiring more adults with autism.

From U.S. Virgin Islands: The Virgin Islands Daily News reports a community foundation has awarded to grants to local nonprofits including a program that focuses on youth ages 18 to 26 with arrest records who are currently attending or have recently completed a job training program.

From Wyoming: Oil City News reports the Salvation Army in Casper has received funds to boost efforts to help women find work through online job training after their releases from prison.

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

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