Alaska health organization secures $9.7 million grant to train new workers

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Alaska health care organizations have an injection of federal money to help recruit and train more workers to fill a variety of in-demand positions.

The Alaska Primary Care Association has won a $9.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Good Jobs Challenge program for a wide-ranging project to expand health care opportunities by training high school students and other entry-level candidates.

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