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Job training program puts Detroiters to work
by Nicquel Terry
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21 January 2018
On 21 January 2018 The Detroit News reported:
Nedra Smith has dreamed of becoming a neurosurgeon one day. The 34-year-old Detroit woman said she never pursued the career because she couldn't afford the cost of schooling. But a free job training program rolled out by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan's administration last year has given Smith hope. Smith graduated from Detroit At Work's health care program in the fall and is now a patient care technician at St. John Hospital in Detroit.
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Duggan has touted Detroit At Work as the 'centerpiece' of his approach to fighting joblessness in the city. His administration launched the program in February and has so far trained and graduated 500 residents with the majority of them landing full-time jobs.
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