The Triumph Gulf Coast Board announced its latest round of grants – that “bring either or both new high-paying jobs and certified workforce training.” None involve residential housing (see earlier OLF-8 posts).
In Escambia County, the Institute for Human and Machine Cognition in Escambia County may get a grant for $6,078,795 as part of an overall $31 million project at the institute’s Center for Human Healthspan Resilience and Performance. The Triumph board approved for staff to begin negotiations with IHMC.
Santa Rosa County Board of County Commissioners got $6 million for infrastructure improvements at Santa Rosa Industrial Park East.
In Bay County, AMIKids Panama City Marine Institute Stem and Business Entrepreneurship Labs got $1,737,500.
In Walton County, the Walton County School District got $3,846,000 for information technology and health care certification programs.
Here’s the list of other grants approved to date per the Triumph website: