From Arkansas: University of Arkansas News announces the university has received a nearly half-a-million-dollar federal grant to prepare skilled workers for biomanufacturing jobs that a Bentonville-based investment firm is working to bring to the state.
From Arizona: AZ Big Media reports food service distribution company Sysco has broken ground for its new Mesa facility which will lead to the creation of 257 new jobs.
From Colorado: Denver 7 reports a coffee shop in Littleton provides employment and job training to staff and a rotating class of interns – 80% of whom are neurodivergent.
From Connecticut: Patch reports Hornblower Marine is expanding its on-the-job training and internship program – supporting students at the New England Institute of Technology.
From New Mexico: Rio Rancho Observer reports a $2 million federal grant will fund workforce development for those who are unemployed or underemployed, youth, and veterans throughout central New Mexico.
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