Back to Work: Bus driving training, sustainability studies, and entrepreneurship

Take a look at our latest career pathway findings

It’s Monday. Time for WorkingNation to share our latest findings for workforce opportunities. Check out what we found around the country.

From Alaska: Alaska Business reports as the state looks for workforce solutions, the Anchorage School District will launch its “career academy” model at every high school next year.

From Maryland: The Office of Gov. Wes Moore announces new workforce development programs for the state’s public sector and hospitality sectors.

From Mississippi: Mississippi Free Press reports the Center for Social Entrepreneurship in West Jackson is training new entrepreneurs – with a goal of helping build generational wealth.

From New Mexico: Las Vegas Optic reports Luna Community College in New Mexico’s San Miguel County is offering bus training beginning next month.

From Washington, D.C.: Georgia Tech announces its expanding its sustainability studies for its public policy students with a Pathways to Policy program in D.C.

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