The U.S. Department of Labor announced in September the availability of $150 million in funding through the H-1B One Workforce Grant Program for training middle-to-high-skilled H-1B occupations within key economic sectors, including information technology and cyber security, advanced manufacturing, and transportation.
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Value of CMTA
MFG workers represented by CMTA
in lower taxes on equipment purchases
in tax incentives for manufacturers
per year in statewide career technical education funding
In an effort to help keep employees and organizations
healthy, productive and engaged during this
unprecedented crisis, CMTA will be offering free,
live video-based training to qualified companies
under a State of CaliforniaTraining grant.
This Employment Training Panel Projgram offers employers that are hiring employees up
to $2,000 in hiring reimbursement per person. Each newly hired or re-hired individual
must make at least $17.50 per hour and must receive 4 hours of training.
The future is bright for small firms like mine who have the support of major trade associations like CMTA.
Pamela Kan, Bishop–Wisecarver
CMTA makes it easy for me to understand and manage what is happening on all issues that are important to my company. They do such a great job that I am able to focus my time and attention on the most impactful issues.