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Monroe County to support at-risk youth workforce development (access required)

Monroe County intends to help at-risk youth and families become part of the workforce through support of "The Hive," a community collaborative spearheaded by EnCompass: Resources for Learning. County Executive Adam Bello has allotted $5.8 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for The Hive to expand access to academic support, job training and placement, ...

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