Back to Work: Green jobs, wastewater, and tech

Take a look at our most recent job pathway findings from around the country

This week, WorkingNation found workforce opportunities in Montana, New Jersey, Rhode Island, South Dakota, and Vermont.

Check them out.

From Montana: University of Montana announces it has partnered with a venture that focuses on ServiceNow tech solutions to build and retain a skilled workforce.

From New Jersey: ROINJ reports a 9-week workforce development program has graduated its latest cohort from a training for the water and wastewater industry.

From Rhode Island: WUN reports the state has received $2 million in federal funds to develop and launch a new workforce and career development program for residents from historically underserved communities to work in the green sector.

From South Dakota: SDPB reports Elevate Rapid City – an economic development organization – has received funds through the federal Tech Hubs program to bolster workforce development in the region.

From Vermont: WCAX reports the state has signed an agreement with Austria that aims to strengthen apprenticeships and workforce development.

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