- Associated Press - Saturday, October 31, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - Two more New Hampshire companies are getting state grants to train workers in new skills.

The latest job training grants announced by Gov. Maggie Hassan will go to the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society and Pak 2000 of Lancaster.

The Hanover company will get up to $37,600 for 190 employees who will get leadership, management and computer training at Manchester Community College. Pak 2000 will get $7,400 to train five employees through the New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership.

The state’s job training fund has awarded more than $8 million since October 2007.

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