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Back to Work: Programming focuses on young people including youth in the juvenile system

Every week, we post workforce pathways we find around the country

This week, WorkingNation found workforce opportunities looks for job and training opportunities in Alabama, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

Take a look at our latest findings.

From Alabama: Montgomery Advertiser reports a jobs program in Wilcox County gives young people the opportunity to gain real-world work experience.

From Missouri: St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports a biosciences group is offering free training and childcare to fill open jobs.

From Oklahoma: KOCO reports an Oklahoma County organization is providing services, including job training to juvenile offenders.

From South Carolina: WCIV reports the University of South Carolina plans to make investments in health sciences initiatives and workforce development programs.

From Tennessee: reports Chattanooga State Community College has received funding for scholarships for their freight broker training program. Freight brokers facilitate the movement of goods.

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