WorkingNation is always looking for opportunities for people seeking career options. This week, we share findings in Alabama, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Tennessee.
Give a look.
From Alabama: FOX 54 reports a $1.7M federal grant will support the water and sewer infrastructure capacity needed to service local events and job-training facilities in the city of Florence.
From Missouri: Springfields News-Leader reports $17.5 million in federal monies will be used to fund to job training in health care and child care across southwest Missouri.
From North Carolina: North Carolina A&T announces it’s partnering with Wolfspeed to boost the talent pool for jobs in silicon carbide (SiC) technology.
From Oklahoma: The Journal Record reports a new micro-credentials initiative to steer people toward jobs in areas including education, health care, IT, cybersecurity, and agriculture.
From Tennessee: WPLN News reports Music City Construction Careers – a job training program – is helping people fill needed job postings in Nashville.
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