SB County supervisors approve job-training funding for veterans

   The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors has approved a $250,000 agreement with the state Employment Development Department to provide customized training and supportive services for veterans to help them make the transition from a military to a civilian lifestyle.  The county’s Department of Workforce Development will provide services to 150 recently separated veterans.  The services will include customized training, vocational training, supportive services and job placement, according to a news release.  Veterans interested in information regarding training and transition assistance can call (800) 451-5627.

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