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Back to Work: Support for foster youth, caregivers, and low-income families

Here are our latest workforce opportunity findings

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.

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