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WorkingNation is always looking for job and training pathways. This week, we share what we discovered in Alabama, Iowa, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Vermont.

From Alabama: Made in Alabama announces Myer Companies is expanding its Mobile County industrial operations with a new facility for its coatings department – creating 26 jobs.

From Iowa: KIMT reports the state is deploying a mobile workforce bus to quickly assist workers at sites where there are large layoffs or business closures.

From Kentucky: BNN reports an initiative is helping civilian employers get a better understanding of the skills obtained by military personnel during their service.

From Oklahoma: Southwestern Oklahoma State University announces a partnership with Rose State College to expand student opportunities in music, business, and nursing.

From Vermont: VermontBiz announces Common Good Vermont – which advocates for the state’s nonprofit sector – is accepting applications for this year’s cohort to earn a nonprofit training and consulting certificate. The program supports nonprofit consultants, facilitators, and community builders.

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

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