First Lady Jill Biden is scheduled to visit two New England states on April 5 as part of the Biden-Harris administration's "Investing in America" tour.
Biden will be visiting Maine and Vermont to highlight President Joe Biden's economic policies and the benefits for working families in the country.
"During the visits, Dr. Biden will highlight how career-connected learning and workforce training programs are central to the Biden Education Pathway, and the importance of investing in these programs that are preparing high school and community college students for good-paying jobs created by the President’s Investing in America agenda," the White House said in a release issued Monday.
Before her visit, she will be making stops in Colorado and Michigan on April 3.
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She was last in Maine during 2021, touting the progress made during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to News Center Maine.
"Maine will always hold a special place in my heart," she said during her last visit.
According to reports from WPTZ, she will be discussing workforce training programs as part of the Biden Education Pathway to help students get jobs created by the administration's agenda.