Every week, WorkingNation scouts for job pathways around the country. This week, we share opportunities in Alaska, California, Indiana, Kansas, and Wyoming.
Check them out.
From Alaska: Fierce Telecom announces Alaska operator GCI is helping broadband techs hone their skills in the rural parts of the state – including the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region.
From California: The Center Square reports the state is offering free job training and financial incentives to caregivers.
From Indiana: Fox 59 reports a nonprofit has launched a new workforce development program in Marion County for people impacted by the criminal justice system.
From Kansas: The Kansas City Star reports a café is offering on-the-job training to youth who are aging out of foster care.
From Wyoming: Casper Star Tribune reports the Casper Housing Authority has received funding to provide job training and childcare services to low-income families.