Opportunity Near You: Health care pathways in California, North Dakota, and Oregon

WorkingNation finds opportunities in the workforce from around the country

This week, WorkingNation found job pathways targeting people interested in health care, as well as IT and manufacturing. Take a look.

From California: McKnights Senior Living shares the state has awarded a $14 million grant to the Center for Caregiver Advancement for a statewide CNA registered apprenticeship program and to pilot a licensed vocational nurse apprenticeship program.

From Missouri: Springfield Daily Citizen reports the Missouri Job Center and the city’s Department of Workforce Development plan to move to a more “convenient location” – with further details coming at the end of June.

From North Dakota: Public News Service reports the University of Jamestown will be offering a new nursing degree program in the fall to help address workforce shortages.

From Oklahoma: City News OKC reports students with disabilities will participate in free summer job training and paid internships.

From Oregon: Oregon Public Broadcasting reports there are jobs to fill in health care, IT, construction, and wood products manufacturing.

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

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