Back to Work: Agriculture, utilities, and the cannabis industry

Check out some training and job opportunities from around the country

Every week, WorkingNation looks for workforce pathways. Our latest findings come from Alaska, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington, D.C.

From Alaska: The USDA announces an investment of almost $3 million to support higher ed institutions including two Alaska Native-serving schools to prepare the next generation of agriculture leaders.

From Maryland: The Baltimore Banner reports cannabis education offers classes and degrees in areas ranging from the medical to legal to entrepreneurial.

From Mississippi: WLOX reports a new facility in Gulfport will provide all-in-one lineman training.

From New Mexico: Los Alamos Daily Post reports state monies will provide funding to a number of companies to boost their training efforts.

From Washington, D.C.: Washington Post reports Metro is launching an ambassador program to help cut down on crime on the public transportation system.

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

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