Hoosiers affected by COVID-19 can get free job training

(Photo supplied/Indiana Department of Workforce Development)

Hoosiers who have been impacted by COVID-19 can access free job training through a state program.

The state’s Next Level Jobs program covers training tuition to help Indiana residents get back to work in high-demand job fields.

Jobseekers can find training for positions in advanced manufacturing, building and construction, health and life sciences, IT and business services, and transportation and logistics.

To be eligible, you must have a high school diploma or equivalent but less than a college degree. Since March, over 500,000 Hoosiers have filed for unemployment.

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