Indiana Getting $10.4 million Grant to Retrain RV Workers

September 29, 2008
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Recently more than 1,800 workers have been laid off in Elkhart County, Indiana at Monaco
Coach, Keystone RV and Pilgrim International factories. Now, Indiana will receive a $10.4
million emergency grant to help retrain laid-off RV workers who lost their jobs. Displaced
workers can apply for the financial assistance, called an Individual Training Account, at a
WorkOne center. Eligible workers can receive up to $6,000 to enter a program to earn an
associate degree or certificate in a program connected to high-need occupations. Any
Indiana RV industry workers who permanently lost their jobs are eligible.

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