Muskegon companies get $700K from state for worker training | MLive.com
MUSKEGON, MI -- Nine employers in Muskegon County received more than $700,000 in Skilled Trades Training Funds from the state of Michigan for fiscal year 2017.
The West Michigan Works! region as a whole received more than $5 million in training grants. The largest grant in the Muskegon County, nearly $128,000, went to Arconic, formerly Alcoa Howmet, in Whitehall.
Arconic is Muskegon County's largest industrial employer, with more than 2,200 employees.
...The grant will facilitate training of 154 people, according to a release from Muskegon Area First..."