School Lunches

Back to Work: Manufacturing, entrepreneurship, … and school lunch

Take a look at some workforce opportunities we found in Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, Virginia, and Wyoming

WorkingNation is always searching for job and training pathways. This week, we share opportunities in Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, Virginia, and Wyoming.

From Delaware: Pennsylvania Business Report reports the Delaware Valley Industrial Resource Center is recruiting young manufacturing professionals to raise awareness about the sector by serving as ambassadors at a number of high schools.

From Nebraska: Lincoln Journal Star reports Southeast Community College is expanding its options at its six learning centers across 15 counties with input from the local communities about workforce needs.

From Nevada: Sierra Sun reports the Truckee Library has a workforce development staff member on site to help with job leads, resume writing, and other employment related needs.

From Virginia: CBS19 reports a federal grant will allow Virginia to train its school nutrition workforce, including 150 school nutrition directors and over 2,000 frontline cafeteria managers.

From Wyoming: Laramie Live reports the University of Wyoming is launching a program to help entrepreneurs move their businesses from the idea stage to fruition.

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