BOSTON. Boston received a $4.3 million grant to provide Internet training to undersevered communities to improve their job prospects.
The programs will be offered in schools, public libraries, Boston Centers for Youth and Families, Housing Authority computer labs and the Timothy Smith Network Community Centers as well as in senior housing.
The city will match the funding with an additional $1.4 million.
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