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Career Pathways Programs Help People Learn New Skills

Updated: January 21, 2020 06:49 PM

Career pathways training programs are giving people a chance to find a new career. The Tools of the Trade class included an introduction to many of the trades out there.

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Partners include the Duluth Workforce Development office, SOAR Career Solutions, ISD 709 Basic Ed, Lake Superior College, and the building trades.

There's a certified nursing class that is about to start in February. Space is limited, and there is no cost if you qualify!

Ashley Lovold: alovold@soarcareers.org or 218-722-3126

Betsy Hill: bhill@duluthmn.gov or 218-730-5228

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