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Back to Work: Pathways into natural resources, biotech, and the semiconductor industry

Read on for our latest findings on pathways into the workforce

Every week, WorkingNation looks for job and training opportunities around the country.

Check out our latest finds.

From Hawaii: Pacific Inno reports Hawaii Pacific University has received a USDA grant to support student scholarships and internships related to food, agriculture, natural resources, and human sciences.

From Idaho: Idaho Statesman reports Micron is building a memory manufacturing lab at its southeast Boise headquarters to boost the talent pipeline for the semiconductor industry.

From Louisiana: LSU Media Center announces Exxon Mobil is investing $2 million to support initiatives that include advancing energy security and sustainability initiatives, and investment in local community workforce programs.

From Maryland: WYPR reports a new center in Baltimore is a one-stop shop for immigrants seeking services, including job training.

From Massachusetts: Axios reports a group of nonprofits and higher education institutions are trying to diversify the biotech workforce with free and paid job training programs.

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