November 29, 2013

N.H. firms get job training grants

The funds will help 125 workers acquire new skills.

The Associated Press

CONCORD, N.H. — Five more companies have received job training grants totaling over $72,000 to help 125 workers acquire new skills.

The five companies contributed matching funds, bringing the total to over $145,000.

The companies are Relyco Sales Inc. of Dover; Medical Manufacturing of Rochester; D.D. Bean & Sons Co. of Jaffrey; Collins Home Innovations Corps; and NH Auto Dealers Services.

The Job Training Fund has awarded nearly $6.5 million in grants since October 2007.

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