INDIANAPOLIS - A program created by Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb that is helping Hoosier workers earn an extra $500, is getting additional funding.
Indiana has been granted an additional $25 million dollars to put towards the Rapid Recovery for Better Future initiative.
This initiative was announced back in early June to help get Hoosiers back to work who were laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act provided $50 million of funds.
The CARES Act funds gave the state the opportunity to add additional resources for people who were receiving new training to move into areas of high demand and high wage jobs. The move also provides employers with support to up-skill or re-skill current employees or train new workers.
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