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Back to Work: Agriculture, offshore wind, and childcare

Take a look at the latest workforce opportunities we found around the country

Every week, WorkingNation searches for job pathways to help people get back to work. Our most recent findings come from Montana, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont.

From Montana: KRTV reports a nonprofit is helping low-income farm and ranch workers reach their educational goals.

From New Jersey: NJBIZ reports five organizations have received grant funding to develop training programs to boost the state’s offshore wind workforce.

From Rhode Island: Rhode Island College announces students receive free job training from Year Up to become college help desk employees while earning their degrees.

From South Dakota: The 74 reports a program is training high school students to become childcare workers.

From Vermont: VTDigger reports state funding is providing $1 million for internships, returnships, and apprenticeships for a variety of fields.

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

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