oil burner technician

Back to Work: Oil burner tech, manufacturing, and cybersecurity

We’re always looking for workforce opportunities around the country

Are you seeking a new job? We recently found workforce pathways in Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

Check them out.

From Arkansas: KTVE reports South Arkansas Community College is accepting applications for a 16-week non-credit course to help fill manufacturing positions in the southern part of the state.

From Hawaii: Big Island Now reports through the Good Jobs Hawaiʻi initiative, residents can receive free skills training in health care, technology, clean energy/skilled trades, and creative services.

From Maine: WABI reports a workforce training facility has opened in Bangor and includes a class to become an oil burner technician.

From Virginia: WJLA reports schools around the state will offer professional cybersecurity job training from Google.

From Washington, D.C.: Monumental Sports announces it’s donated $18,000 on behalf of Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band to DC Central Kitchen which runs a culinary job training program.

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