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Back to Work: This week – emergency medical services, cloud computing, and EV tech

Some pathways to good jobs include apprenticeships, job counseling, and scholarships
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WorkingNation is always looking for job and training opportunities around the country. This week, we share findings from California, Iowa, New Hampshire, Oregon, and Texas.

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From California: Bakersfield.com reports a new career training center in southeast Bakersfield will focus on education and job training. The center will support people starting their own businesses while job training will include recycling, solar panel installation, water filtration technology, early childhood education, and firefighting.

From Iowa: The Gazette reports Iowa Workforce Development is using a mobile unit to provide  workforce assistance to people around the state. The bus includes computer workstations and staff will be able to offer one-on-one job counseling.

From New Hampshire: WMUR reports the Community College System of New Hampshire has received federal funds to grow its registered apprenticeship program. A spokesperson for the New Hampshire Auto Dealers Association – who uses the program to recruit workers – says advanced EV technology calls for a skilled workforce.

From Oregon: East Oregonian reports Amazon Web Services and Blue Mountain Community College is offering a training program to help residents access cloud computing career opportunities, regardless of experience.

From Texas: KVUE reports the state has approved $21 million in funds to provide scholarships to people interested in careers in the emergency medical services field.

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

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