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5 New Hampshire companies awarded job training grants


CONCORD, New Hampshire — Five additional New Hampshire companies have been awarded job training grants to provide workers with new skills.

The grants announced Thursday by Gov. Maggie Hassan total $96,720. The companies will contribute matching funds, and altogether, the money will train 416 workers.

The recipients of the latest round of funding are Colonial Woodworking of Bradford, NextGen Telecom Services of Rochester, Janco Electronics of Rollinsford, Omni Components of Hudson and New England Wire Technologies of Lisbon.

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