Worker Training Funds Available for Biotech Companies In Maine

Available through the U.S Department of Labor, the Make It In America Grant provides funds for incumbent workers’ training for biotech companies in 8 Maine counties: York, Sagadahoc,  Kennebec, Cumberland, Lincoln, Androscoggin, Waldo and Knox. Training must result in an industry-recognized credential within the industry sector for the employee.

Available through the U.S Department of Labor, the Make It In America Grant provides funds for incumbent workers’ training for biotech companies in 8 Maine counties: York, Sagadahoc,  Kennebec, Cumberland, Lincoln, Androscoggin, Waldo and Knox. Training must result in an industry-recognized credential within the industry sector for the employee.

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