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St. Louis Regional Workforce Training Centers Receive $5.8 Million USDOL Grant To Fund Apprenticeships - Effort Aims To Employ & Train 750 People From Low-Income & Historically Underserved Communities In Fields That Are In ‘High Demand’

Published Sunday, September 18, 2022
by Labor News Story Link To St. Louis Public Radio
St. Louis Regional Workforce Training Centers Receive $5.8 Million USDOL Grant To Fund Apprenticeships - Effort Aims To Employ & Train 750 People From Low-Income & Historically Underserved Communities In Fields That Are In ‘High Demand’

Andrea Y. Henderson at St. Louis Public Radio (NPR) reports on the Madison County Employment and Training Center and five other Workforce Agencies in the St. Louis region that have received a four-year, $5.8 million Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to fund Bio-Science, Health Care And Education Apprenticeships.  The Hub aims to employ and train 750 people from low-income and historically underserved communities in fields that are in high demand.  St. Louis County's workforce development director Greg Laposa tells St. Louis Public Radio: “The hopes are really that we really make a dent in addressing those regional racial disparities in workforce development and employment outcomes.”

To Directly Access This Apprenticeship And Training Labor News Story, Go To: https://news.stlpublicradio.org/economy-business/2022-09-15/regional-workforce-training-centers-receive-a-5-8-million-grant-to-fund-apprenticeships

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