Back to Work: Opportunities in green energy, submarine building, and health care

As people look to land in the workforce, we share some opportunities

WorkingNation continues to search each week for workforce opportunities. Our latest findings include pathways in the following five states.

Give a look.

From Montana: KULR reports a new facility in Billings will provide services to help people get out of homelessness including vocational training and job skills counseling.

From New Jersey: New Jersey Business Magazine reports the utility – PSE&G – has launched an initiative to provide low- to moderate-income residents with the skills needed for careers in the energy efficiency sector.

From Rhode Island: Seapower reports efforts are underway to ramp up training and career exploration efforts to engage the next generation of the submarine shipbuilding workforce.

From South Dakota: Argus Leader reports Avera Health is funding a $40,000-per-student sponsorship program for a dozen medical laboratory science (MLS) students at South Dakota State University.

From Vermont: Waterbury Roundabout reports a brewery in Waitsfield is giving funds donated by its patrons to an organization that has been providing free adult education and literacy services for 55 years.

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