(From left) Benito S. Servino, director, Department of Integrated Services for Individuals with Disabilities; Sen. Frank F. Blas Jr., 33rd Guam Legislature, and chairman, Guam Workforce Development Board; Gov. Edward B. Calvo; Shirley A. “Sam” Mabini, director; and Cecile B. Suda, deputy director, both with Guam Department of Labor.
HAGÅTÑA, Guam — The Guam Department of Labor announced on Oct. 4 it had been awarded $2.17 million from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act National Dislocated Worker Grant. The funds will be used to improve workforce programs and address the migration of residents seeking jobs and . . .
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