Twenty businesses in Rhode Island received grants from the state to help pay for employee training.
The Governor’s Workforce Board doled out $60,000 worth of matching grants to help businesses pay for training. Employers can either match the $5,000 grants or provide an approved internship to cut their match in half.
This round of grants will help pay for training in such areas as medical billing, software training and welding technology. The governor calls the grants ideal for small businesses.
These are called Express Grants and businesses can apply for them through next month.
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