Every week, WorkingNation scouts for job pathways around the country. This week, we share what we found in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, New Mexico, and Texas.
Take a look.
From Colorado: KRTN Radio reports the Skill Advance Colorado program is offering job training reimbursements to businesses that are working in partnership with the state’s community college system.
From Connecticut: Hartford Courant reports a program is providing hands-on catering skills – and wraparound services – to high-risk adults.
From New Mexico: Los Alamos Daily Post reports the state hopes to expand a Santa Fe work-based learning program to more cities – to help young people get into the leisure and hospitality industry.
From Texas: Caller Times reports Texas A&M University-Kingsville is launching a program to help Hispanic students obtain careers in agriculture.
Did you miss our previous Back to Work stories from around the country? Catch up here.