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Back to Work: Job training and employment for youth

Check out this week’s workforce pathways we found around the country

WorkingNation is always searching for workforce opportunities. The latest findings include pathways to solar, construction, and health care. Take a look at what we found in these five states.

From Hawaii: Hawaii News Now reports that Makaha Learning Center is offering certifications in  construction and solar.

From Idaho: Local News 8 reports there are now 20 southwestern Idaho mobile locations providing labor employment services.

From Louisiana: The Daily Star reports the new Methodist Children’s Home of Southeast Louisiana in Loranger will help youth – ages 16-24 –  with access to GED classes, job training, and certifications.

From Maryland: Maryland Matters reports the Maryland Food Bank is providing job training in health care and clean energy to Baltimore youth.

From Massachusetts: Cambridge Day reports the Cambridge Housing Authority’s Workforce Program has received a $100,000 grant to help youth living in public housing prep for postsecondary education or a career.

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

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