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Back to Work: Pilots, linemen, and opportunities for youth

Check out some workforce pathways we found around the country
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Looking for work is not always a clear path. WorkingNation searches weekly for job and training opportunities. Take a look at what we found in these five states.

From Arizona: AZEdNews reports a $95,000 grant has been awarded to Pipeline AZ and Opportunities for Youth to increase access to education and employment opportunities for young people – ages to 16 to 24.

From Colorado: Aviation Pros reports United Airlines is expanding its pilot training center in Denver to help with the hiring of 10,000 more pilots by 2030.

From Connecticut: CT Insider reports new state legislation intends to help women land better-paying jobs in traditionally male-dominated industries including construction and manufacturing.

From New Mexico: Los Alamos Reporter reports Northern New Mexico College has partnered with the Regional Development Corporation to offer a no-cost lineman training camp to prepare participants for opportunities in the electrical distribution trades.

From North Dakota: N.D. Department of Public Instruction announces North Dakota school districts will have free access to software that allows students, teachers, and families to have access to all their online classroom learning tools.

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

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