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County of San Diego Funds Training to Help Refugees Enter Healthcare Workforce

Filed in Donor News by on November 15, 2016

Careet Ahead road sign.Through the Community Enhancement Program, the County of San Diego has awarded a grant to Nile Sisters Development Initiative. The county apportions the funds for programs that promote the economy, create jobs, and improve quality of life. The new award will help the Nile Sisters Back-to-Back (B2B) skill development program to provide professional development and skill-building training to refugees and immigrants in San Diego County.

B2B offers three education opportunities:

  • California certified nursing assistant (CNA) vocational training
  • California family child-care home license vocational training
  • California driver’s license training

Learn more about Nile Sisters employment facilitation programs.
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