Building on his plan to expand job training for Pennsylvanians, Governor Tom Wolf today announced more than $5.3 million in the first PAsmart Apprenticeship and Next Generation Industry Partnerships grants for south central and southeast Pennsylvania. The governor launched PAsmart last year to increase STEM and computer science education, apprenticeship and job training to prepare workers with the skills that growing businesses need.
Governor Tom Wolf, Sen. Jake Corman, and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation officials were joined by local officials and stakeholders today to announce that efforts to connect the area of Seven Mountains to the greater State College area are restarting after being shelved for more than 15 years.
Governor Tom Wolf announced today his administration, through the departments of Human Services and Health, is awarding five grantees $3 million in support for community health workers in North Philadelphia’s Health Enterprise Zone (HEZ).
Governor Tom Wolf reminded Pennsylvanians and those traveling in the state to be vigilant as a winter storm continues throughout the day and overnight into Wednesday, changing over to a wintry mix moving north and east. As the storm winds down, more snow, followed by gusty wind conditions, could make driving treacherous.
A week ago, Gov. Tom Wolf made his fifth budget address. He outlined a plan to create the strongest workforce in the nation and provide needed resources for education, agriculture, seniors and more.