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Back to Work: Pathways in STEM, skilled trades, and health care

Take a look at training and job opportunities we found in Alaska, Maryland, Mississippi, New Mexico, and Washington

WorkingNation is always looking for workforce opportunities around the country. Check out our latest findings.

From Alaska: Alaska’s News Source reports a nonprofit is providing veterans with the skills they need to become certified electrical workers.

From Maryland: Richmond Register reports an in-state approved notary public training program offers foundational training and professional development.

From Mississippi: Vicksburg Daily News reports the state’s public universities are boosting efforts to prepare the STEM workforce.

From New Mexico: KRQE News reports the city of Albuquerque is expanding its job training options – adding 29 new courses with particular focus on health care and construction.

From Washington: The Seattle Times reports hands-on learning introduces high school students to in-demand advanced manufacturing jobs.

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

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