Baltimore-based CFG Bank announced Thursday that it will donate $2 million toward a training program for health care workers. Half the money will launch the Jack and Nancy Dwyer Workforce Development Program, a nonprofit that will provide nursing training to unemployed and underemployed people looking to start careers in health care, according to a news release. The funds will be used to prepare curriculum for the program, hire staff and create future programming and scholarships.
Baltimore’s CFG Bank donates $2 million for health care training program
April 16, 2021