Howard to share $42 million for job trainingHoward County...


February 25, 1993

Howard to share $42 million for job training

Howard County is one of 12 service delivery areas in the state slated to receive a share of $42 million from the Job Training Partnership Act. The money is to be used for employment training programs for economically disadvantaged youths and unskilled adults.

The money is part of $56 million from the federal government to the state for employment and training programs, according to a statement released by the governor's office.

The remaining $14 million is allocated for the Maryland Job Service, a broker that acts through the Maryland Department of Economic and Employment Development's local offices for employers and job seekers.

Bendix in Columbia changes its name

Bendix Field Engineering Corp. in Columbia, a unit of AlliedSignal, has changed its name to Allied Signal Technical Services Corp.

The name change is part of the company's effort to enhance the value of the company's size, create a one-company image for its various businesses and explain what each unit does.

Baltimore Sun Articles
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.