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Back to Work: Welding, hotel operations, and oral health care

We share our latest workforce findings

If you live in Alabama, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, or Tennessee, you might be interested in these job and training opportunities. Check them out.

From Alabama: Alabama Political Reporter reports high school students can sign up for rapid training courses across career paths that count towards graduation requirements – and include CDL training, hotel operations, and fiber optics.

From Missouri: Delta Dental of Missouri awards grants to organizations to increase workforce diversity in oral health care.

From Oklahoma: The Journal Record reports workforce initiatives targeting high school students who do not plan to go to college aims to fill significant skills gaps and labor shortages.

From South Carolina: The Island News reports a technical college is offering short-term industrial, computer, and allied health courses at a new Walterboro location in Colleton County.

From Tennessee: Chattanooga Free Times Press reports apprenticeships at a manufacturer in Jasper will fill welding and maintenance tech needs.

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