WorkingNation is always looking for pathways for people seeking career options. This week, we share what’s going on in Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Maryland, and Massachusetts.
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From Hawaii: Hawaii Public Radio reports a free job training program at the University of Hawaii is expanding eligibility to employed residents.
From Idaho: Boise State Public Radio reports developers in the state can apply for funds for the construction of workforce housing.
From Louisiana: Rush Hour Times reports the new Technology Innovation Center at Louisiana State University of Alexandria (LSUA) will provide cybersecurity training.
From Maryland: Windpower Engineering & Development reports $800,000 in state funds is available to support workforce training programs that focus on the offshore wind supply chain and workforce.
From Massachusetts: BusinessWest.com reports Holyoke Community College’s Cannabis Education Center is launching its short-term cannabis industry introductory course.
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