Administrator Wolf. to Help Pennsylvania’s Digital Literacy Skills | New


On October 7, Department of Labor and Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier announced grants totaling nearly $600,000 for organizations in Pennsylvania to pursue innovative projects that address the digital literacy needs of workers in their communities. This third round of Digital Literacy and Workforce Development Grants (DLWDG) funding brings the Wolf administration’s total investment in the digital literacy of Pennsylvanians to approximately $2.8 million, or nearly $900,000 awarded earlier this year and $1.3 million awarded in 2021.

“These investments are important because they break down the barriers between Pennsylvania workers and family jobs that require digital literacy skills to succeed,” Secretary Berrier said. “Pennsylvania’s economy and employers compete globally, so it’s crucial that we develop Pennsylvania workers to be competitive at this level from day one in a new job.”


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