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Back to Work: Pathways in STEM, skilled trades, and health care

Take a look at training and job opportunities we found in Alaska, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington
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WorkingNation is always looking for workforce opportunities around the country. Check out our latest findings.

From Alaska: Alaska’s News Source reports a nonprofit is providing veterans with the skills they need to become certified electrical workers.

From Maryland: Richmond Register reports an in-state approved notary public training program offers foundational training and professional development.

From Mississippi: Vicksburg Daily News reports the state’s public universities are boosting efforts to prepare the STEM workforce.

From New Mexico: KRQE News reports the city of Albuquerque is expanding its job training options – adding 29 new courses with particular focus on health care and construction.

From Washington: The Seattle Times reports hands-on learning introduces high school students to in-demand advanced manufacturing jobs.

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

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