Back to Work: Opportunities in environmental cleanup, trucking, and health care

Check out these workforce pathways in California, Iowa, New Hampshire, Oregon, and Texas

It’s 2023 and we continue our search for workforce opportunities around the country. Among our findings – trainings for commercial driver’s licenses and in-demand medical jobs, including nursing.

Take a look.

From California: Yahoo Finance reports a new Los Angeles academy offers training and education opportunities in clean energy to youth from under-resourced communities.

From Iowa: WGEM reports a new state grant will help more drivers obtain their CDLs for work in the high-demand trucking industry.

From New Hampshire: WMUR reports students who receive food assistance will have the opportunity to take free courses in cybersecurity, health care, and carpentry.

From Oregon: The EPA announces Baker Technical Institute in Baker City is receiving funds to prepare workers for community revitalization and environmental cleanup projects at brownfield sites.

From Texas: Next City reports American Rescue Plan funds will support an El Paso workforce development program in its efforts to help low-income students land in high-demand professions.

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