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4 New Hampshire companies get $35M in job training grants

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CONCORD, New Hampshire — Four more New Hampshire companies have been awarded grants to train workers in new skills.

Gov. Maggie Hassan has announced that the grant of over $35,000, plus matching funds from the companies, will be used to train 52 workers. The Job Training Fund has awarded more than $7 million since 2007.

The latest recipients are FiberNext LLC of Concord; Bergeron Protective Clothing LLC of Epsom; Benchmark Engineering of Londonderry; and CHI Engineering Services of Portsmouth.

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