Back to Work: Trainings in hospitality and supply chain management

Pathways in Alabama, California, Connecticut, South Dakota, and Texas

With the new year just around the corner, a lot of folks around the country are looking for new job opportunities in 2022. WorkingNation wants to know what’s going on in workforce development and came up with these recent findings.

Take a look.

From Alabama: Business Facilities reports a storage tank manufacturer is building a plant in Opelika that is expected to create 261 jobs with the search to fill leadership positions underway.

From California: Paso Robles Daily News reports the city library now has tools from some online learning companies to aid users with job training, skills building, and test prep.

From Connecticut: Patch reports that participants in training at Gateway Community College in New Haven can earn hospitality certificates in two weeks.

From South Dakota: Watertown Public Opinion reports Lake Area Technical College recently hosted a drone camp for high school students with plans to make commercial drone piloting one of its offerings.

From Texas: Caller Times reports recent grant funding is allowing Del Mar College in Corpus Christi to offer short-term job training in various fields including medical billing and coding, supply chain management, and welding.

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