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DWD announces a new workforce training grant opportunity for employers in Southeastern Wisconsin!
Kenosha, Racine, Walworth, and Milwaukee county employers may apply for grants to provide occupation-related education, skills training, work experiences, and job placement for workers from under-served populations.
Applications are due January 18, 2021.
Download grant program information and the grant application here:
For help or technical assistance, email WorkforceEquityGrants@dwd.wisconsin.gov
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