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Back to Work: This week, we found pathways in firefighting equipment manufacturing, cybersecurity, and powerline technology

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WorkingNation is always checking out what’s going on in workforce development around the country. Take a look at some recent findings in Arkansas, Maine, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

From Arkansas: Arkansas Business reports a tech firm and a nonprofit are collaborating to train talent to fill open cybersecurity jobs in the state.

From Maine: Bangor Daily News reports a new interactive learning space in Aroostook County is designed to give residents greater access to learning opportunities in programs including business, pharmacy studies, and leadership skills.

From Virginia: WTVR reports a new bakery in Richmond is offering job training to young adults with developmental disabilities.

From Wisconsin: Fire Engineering reports Pierce Manufacturing, a fire apparatus manufacturer is expanding its Appleton and Neenah facilities creating more than 200 new jobs.

From Wyoming: Rocket Miner reports Western Wyoming Community College will offer a new powerline technology program beginning in the fall of next year.

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

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