A KOTA Territory college is getting a nice boost to help provide opportunities for older workers trying to find that new exciting job.
Sheridan College is the winner of a $15,000 grant for its Plus 50 program.
The program provides the necessary training and education for people 50 years and older to qualify for better paying jobs.
School officials claim the funds will go toward scholarships for the program's students.
"One of the real advantages of this program is that we'll be able to provide that training really at no cost for people to be able to get training and move into the workforce quickly," said Sheridan College Foundation Executive Director Susan Bigelow.
The Plus 50 program is mainly targeted at people looking to enter nursing and other health care related fields.