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Back to Work: This week – opportunities to learn casino dealing, digital literacy, and forklift driving

We share workforce findings from Montana, New Jersey, Rhodes Island, South Dakota, and Vermont

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From Montana: Longview News-Journal reports the Montana Chamber Foundation has launched a free community skilling program with a focus on digital literacy.

From New Jersey: The Press of Atlantic City reports the opening of a new casino dealing school in Pleasantville.

From Rhode Island: WUN reports the Woonsocket Education Center will provide workforce training for northern Rhode Island including a CVS Pharmacy-simulated retail environment for hands-on skills training.

From South Dakota: Argus Leader reports companies like Wausau Supply Company are willing to train much-needed forklift drivers.

From Vermont: NECN reports a nonprofit program matches a chef instructor with unemployed or underemployed Vermonters in Barre and Burlington to teach them food service industry skills.

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