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Back to Work: Opportunities in utilities, cleantech manufacturing, and nursing

We share our latest workforce findings from around the nation

Each week, we look for pathways into training programs and job opportunities. Take a look at what we discovered in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Hampshire.

From Alabama: Alabama News Center reports state legislation establishes two programs to bolster educational and workforce opportunities – by increasing the number of state residents with college degrees and credentials while also addressing Alabama’s workforce needs.

From Georgia: Canary Media reports Georgia Quick Start is training a cleantech manufacturing workforce.

From Kentucky: Kentucky Teacher announces a group of high school students is getting intensive training as future utility operators by the Kentucky Rural Water Association.

From Minnesota: The University of Minnesota announces the launch of the Minnesota Center for Electrification Opportunity to grow the workforce in electric power industry.

From New Hampshire: The Pulse of NH reports Rivier University is receiving more than $1 million in federal funds to support nursing programs.

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