Opportunity Near You: CNA training in Maryland and a job board for South Carolina teens

WorkingNation shares workforce opportunities from around the country

This week, WorkingNation found job pathways targeting people interested in health care, residents of rural areas, and young people with disabilities. Check them out.

From Indiana: WRTV reports Goodwill of Central and Southern Indiana will use new grant funding to provide training to low-income rural residents who are hoping to advance their careers.

From Louisiana: Pharmaceutical Executive announces CVS Health is opening a workforce development and community center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

From Maryland: The Daily Record reports the Dwyer Workforce Development Center in Baltimore has added certified nursing assistant (CNA) training and job placement support to its available services.

From Massachusetts: Hoodline Boston reports the state is allocating $900,000 in grant funding to provide job training for 275 young adults with disabilities.

From South Carolina: The News reports the state has launched a Youth Employment Site (YES) job board – a dedicated hub for South Carolina’s teenagers who are looking for work.

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

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