“We are very pleased that our association will be able to expand its leading edge educational offerings to the industry in New Hampshire,” association president Bruce Sullivan said. “During the past several years, we have noted that the companies who have remained active and, in some cases, grown during these difficult times are the ones that have continued to expand their knowledge base on all aspects of the industry. Areas of study that have helped companies, and their employees, grow and prosper include green building science, marketing, customer service, lean construction techniques, construction supervision, hiring, and home modifications for the aging-in-place to name just a few.” Companies can take advantage of this grant during the sixth annual Construction Education Conference & Trade Show Oct. 2-4 at SERESC Conference Center in Bedford. Eligible companies will be able to request reimbursement of 50 percent of their fees. ”The Job Training Fund has proven to be one of the most effective programs we have in state government and is working to help our companies succeed and grow,” Gov. John Lynch said. “Our skilled and educated workforce is a critical component of the successful strategy that has made New Hampshire a national economic leader.”
at Mount Sinai@headBriefs:
DERRY — Derry native Jamie Ruhmshottel, a registered nurse on the Medical-Surgical Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, recently was recognized for her service.
Ruhmshottel received the Mount Sinai Service Award for her “outstanding Commitment to her patients, her colleagues and to the hospital.”
She is one of a few people to receive an Excellence Award.
Ruhmshottel was commended for being an excellent charge nurse, nursing preceptor, and an excellent liaison between nurses, doctors, social workers, physical therapists, dietitians and management.