If you live in Alabama, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, or Tennessee, you might be interested in these job and training opportunities. Check them out.
From Alabama: Alabama Political Reporter reports high school students can sign up for rapid training courses across career paths that count towards graduation requirements – and include CDL training, hotel operations, and fiber optics.
From Missouri: Delta Dental of Missouri awards grants to organizations to increase workforce diversity in oral health care.
From Oklahoma: The Journal Record reports workforce initiatives targeting high school students who do not plan to go to college aims to fill significant skills gaps and labor shortages.
From South Carolina: The Island News reports a technical college is offering short-term industrial, computer, and allied health courses at a new Walterboro location in Colleton County.
From Tennessee: Chattanooga Free Times Press reports apprenticeships at a manufacturer in Jasper will fill welding and maintenance tech needs.
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