The Department of Labor Education and Training Administration has awarded an $11.8M grant to the Health e-Workforce (HeW) Consortium. The HeW Consortium is comprised of nine Community and Technical colleges, including Clark College, to expand the workforce in Health Information Technology (HIT). The HeW Consortium has a special focus on assisting military veterans, their eligible spouses, and TAA-eligible workers with access to education and employment in this promising industry. Clark College is infusing informatics into its existing Nursing and Pharmacy Technician programs. During the duration of the three year grant, Clark’s Pharmacy Technician program will hold up to three spots each selection for qualified military veterans, eligible spouses, or TAA-eligible workers each selection period. For additional information please visit Clark Colleges Health e-Workforce Consortium website.