Back to Work: Biomanufacturing, EMT apprenticeships, and in-demand jobs in Hawaii

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Before we welcome the new year – we’ve got our last batch of workforce opportunities for 2023. Take a look at the opportunities we found from around the country. Take a look.

From Arkansas: TB&P reports a University of Arkansas-based project hopes to train people in just two weeks to work in biomanufacturing.

From Hawaii: KHON2 reports Good Jobs Hawaii in partnership with UH community colleges is offering training in health care, tech, skilled trades and clean energy, and creative industries – including film and media.

From Maine: WGME reports a technical school in Brunswick is hoping to expand to full-time programming so students don’t have to split their time between part-time tech school and traditional high school.

From South Carolina: South Carolina Daily Gazette reports Midlands Technical College will be offering classes for in-demand jobs – starting next month – by expanding to a former middle school in Lexington County.

From Virginia: WBDJ reports the state’s first EMT apprenticeship was launched this fall in Danville – with participants completing 10 weeks of EMT classes and 2,000 hours of on-the-job training.

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