Back to Work: A marine apprenticeship that could lead to a Coast Guard job

We’re always looking around the country for workforce opportunities

Last month, U.S. employers added 311,000 jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. In addition, the unemployment rate increased to 3.6% – up from 3.4%. The job gains were most noted in leisure and hospitality, retail trade, government, and health care.

Every week, we hunt for job and training pathways – with our recent findings coming from Delaware, Nebraska, Nevada, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Wyoming. Check them out.

From Delaware: Delaware Online reports a pre-apprenticeship program aims to create a more diverse skilled trades workforce.

From Nebraska: Norfolk Daily News reports Nebraska employers can apply for funds to assist with the costs of job training for new and existing employees.

From Nevada: Nevada today announces a seven-week program designed to prepare current and new childcare professionals.

From U.S. Virgin Islands: Sail-World reports a marine apprenticeship could provide a pathway for young adults to work with the Coast Guard.

From Wyoming: Wyoming Public Media reports Western Wyoming Community College in Rock Springs is prepping for the changing energy workforce.

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