WorkingNation is always searching for opportunities for people seeking career options. This week, we take a look at Alaska, California, Indiana, Kansas, and New York.
From Alaska: Anchorage Press reports a $9.7 million federal grant will help train a variety of workers in the health care sector.
From California: SouthTahoeNow reports programs at Lake Tahoe Community College will support students’ learning of fire mitigation and treatment work.
From Indiana: Tristate Homepage reports the Indiana Construction Roundtable Foundation is bringing its construction training class to Evansville in an effort to boost that talent pipeline.
From Kansas: KWCH reports more than $2 million in federal funding will support community projects that include focus on – among other issues – job training and entrepreneurship.
From New York: Marijuana Moment reports the state has awarded funding to four community colleges to create marijuana industry job training programs.
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