$5-million boost for job training in Rhode Island

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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Twenty-six teams of private companies, nonprofits, educational institutions and industry associations will share in $5 million of state and federal money to train Rhode Island workers in the skills they need for jobs that are available now.

Governor Raimondo will be joined by the state’s congressional delegation at an event Monday to announce the first recipients of so-called “implementation grants” from the Real Jobs Rhode Island workforce training program.

"My primary focus is to create energy in the economy and create jobs and this is one example where we are trying to train workers and fill jobs right now," the governor said in an interview.

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