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New Mexico’s Job Training Incentive Program Board allocated $1.95 million to support 80 trainees and two interns in November.
According to the state Economic Development Department, 13 companies with operations in Albuquerque, Moriarty, Roswell and Santa Fe received funding that will support positions paying between $14 and $52.50 per hour.
Albuquerque companies receiving funding include:
n Kairos Power received $355,254 to support 14 trainees at an average wage of $44.98 per hour.
n Lancs Industries received $260,224 to support 73 trainees at an average wage of $14.46 per hour.
n Indica Labs received $211,894 to support 10 trainees at an average wage of $38.47 per hour.
n Solar Works Energy received $196,220 to support 16 trainees at an average wage of $27.42.
Elsewhere in the state, Santa Fe-based Parting Stone received $136,360 to support 19 trainees. Marty’s Meals, another company with operations in Santa Fe, received $17,160 to support one trainee. Additionally, Century Wire Products West received $39,361 to support six trainees in Moriarty, NM Solar Group received $140,494 to support 10 trainees in Roswell, according to EDD.