Back to Work: Opportunities in health care, automotive maintenance, and public safety

Check out some workforce opportunities from around the country

Every week, we look for job and training pathways in a variety of sectors. Our most recent findings come from Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

Take a look.

From Arkansas: University of Arkansas announces a new program that prepares nurses for executive leadership roles in health care.

From Hawaii: The Maui News reports a Kaiser Permanente program trains current employees to gain skills on the pathway to become licensed practical nurses.

From Maine: Daily Bulldog reports New Ventures Maine is offering – this month – free online and in-person workshops and classes this month on career building, starting a business, and money management.

From Virginia: ABC 13 reports a Bedford business owner has created a youth apprenticeship program in automotive maintenance and repair.

From Washington, D.C.: WUSA 9 reports D.C.’s 911 Center is launching a free course for high school students who want to learn about careers in public safety communication.

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