This week, WorkingNation found job and training pathways in these five states – in California, Iowa, Michigan, North Dakota, and Oregon.
Check them out.
From California: KTLA reports foster youth across the state can now attend college for free due to newly signed legislation.
From Iowa: KCRG reports the Mayor’s Youth Empowerment Program in Iowa City is hiring for both full-time and part-time positions to assist with the support for about 75 adults with disabilities.
From Michigan: Bridge Michigan reports the state is launching a teacher recruitment and training initiative through a collaboration between numerous school districts and higher education institutions.
From North Dakota: Minot Daily News reports high school students around the state can get hands-on training and receive high school credit while learning about heavy equipment operation.
From Oregon: Repairer Driven News reports Central Oregon Community College is among a number of institutions to receive funds from the National Science Foundation to help grow the region’s electric vehicle technician workforce.
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