East Providence nets $350K for workforce training initiative

A NEW WORKFORCE TRAINING INITIATIVE will dedicate $350,000 toward technology and leadership skills training for up to 530 East Providence residents. / COURTESY OFFICE OF DAVID N. CICILLINE
EAST PROVIDENCE – A new workforce training initiative will dedicate $350,000 toward technology and leadership skills training for city residents. The program, established through Community Project Funding set up in the federal fiscal year 2022 spending bill, will serve up to 530 low-to-moderate income adults living in East Providence. Participants will complete a certification program…

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