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Back to Work: Electric vehicles, STEM, and access to opportunity

This week, we share some of our latest job and training findings from around the country

WorkingNation is always searching for job and training pathways. Take a look at what we found in these five states.

From Florida: WCJB reports a two-day workforce conference in late May in Gainesville is aimed at helping job seekers with a history of justice involvement gain skills to land employment.

From Georgia: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Hyundai Motor Group is in talks to build an EV manufacturing facility near Savannah with plans to employ 8,500 people.

From Ohio: ABC6 reports businesses in central Ohio are collaborating with the Girl Scouts to introduce young girls to STEM and skilled trades careers.

From South Carolina: Clemson News reports a consortium of postsecondary institutions is working to create the next generation of talent for the electrical vehicle industry.

From West Virginia: The Center Square reports the Job Jumpstart Program provides some state residents with one-time payments of $1,500 if they get a new job and remain employed for at least eight weeks.

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