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Opportunity Near You: Saving on tuition in Ohio and future race car techs in Wyoming

This week, we also found workforce opportunities in Delaware, Missouri, and Wisconsin

As you know, we’re always searching for workforce pathways around the country. Check out what we uncovered this week.

From Delaware: Daily State News reports the Excellence in Education Fund is accepting applications for the 2024 grant cycle – aimed at supporting workforce development programs in Kent County.

From Missouri: Lincoln News Now reports a Missouri Job Center office has opened in Troy – to provide employment and training services to the community.

From Ohio: Spectrum News 1 reports that Columbus State Community College and Ohio Wesleyan University are collaborating to help students save on tuition costs.

From Wisconsin: Land Line reports a newly-enacted state law creates a tuition reimbursement program for students working toward their commercial driver’s license (CDL).

From Wyoming: Drag Champ announces WyoTech, a Laramie automotive, diesel, collision, and refinishing training trade school has partnered with SDPC Raceshop for the 2024 racing season – “to inspire future technicians to pursue their passions in the dynamic world of performance and racing.”

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

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