Back to Work: Efforts target Maui residents, older people, and expanding a steel industry pipeline

Once again, WorkingNation is looking for workforce opportunities around the country

We are always on the hunt for training and job pathways to get folks back to work. This week, take a look at our findings from Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Virginia, and Wyoming.

From Arkansas: Community College Daily reports five Arkansas community colleges are partnering to create a boot camp to develop a talent pipeline for regional steel companies.

From Hawaii: Lahaina News reports a variety of free job training opportunities will provide immediate employment for residents of Maui.

From Maine: The Rangeley Highlander reports the nonprofit – New Ventures Maine – is offering free workshops and classes statewide this month focusing on career, business, and financial education.

From Virginia: Williamsburg Yorktown Daily reports a Fairfax County program is helping people – 55 and older – gain training to be able to work at senior centers.

From Wyoming: SweetwaterNOW reports Western Wyoming Community College has received over $2.6 million to better align educational opportunities with the needs of the business community.

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

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