Back to Work: Opportunities in offshore wind, health care, and early childhood careers

Take a look at our latest workforce findings

WorkingNation is always hunting for job and training opportunities around the country. This week we share what we found in Alaska, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington.

From Alaska: Alaska Public Media reports an organization that provides housing for youth experiencing homelessness in Anchorage has opened an academy to provide job training and career exploration.

From Maryland: Maryland Fishbowl reports the state is  providing $1.7 million in grants to support infrastructure and job training for the offshore wind industry.

From Mississippi: Picayune Item reports a $1.7 million grant will help Pearl River Community College in Hattiesburg boost the talent pipeline for manufacturing and distribution, as well as health care.

From New Mexico: Santa Fe New Mexican reports a new internship program is preparing young parents for early childhood careers.

From Washington: GeekWire reports almost $600 million has been awarded to Seattle nonprofits to that are working to lessen the digital divide.

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