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Back to Work: Pathways into green jobs, IT, and supports for youth

Take a look at the workforce opportunities we found in Alaska, California, Indiana, Kansas, and New York

WorkingNation is always looking for workforce pathways around the country. This week we found program info that supports youth, as well as opportunities in the green sector.

Check it out.

From Alaska: PD&R Edge announces Covey Academy in Anchorage will provide housing and job training opportunities to youth experiencing homelessness.

From California: Edhat Santa Barbara reports $1 million in state funds will support the Youth Apprenticeship Readiness Accelerator Program in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.

From Indiana: STATESCOOP reports a workforce program that has Indiana’s IT department training its own tech staff is expanding to additional agencies due to early success.

From Kansas: Fox 4 reports workforce training will be available through the Kansas Bioscience Authority to support building a talent pipeline for Panasonic’s electric vehicle battery plant in De Soto.

From New York: Environment News Service reports the National Offshore Wind Training Center will be based in New York’s Suffolk County and support transitioning workers transitioning to new job opportunities in the wind sector.

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