Two new state grants will help low-income individuals across Oneida, Herkimer and Madison Counties get jobs.

The over $138,000 in funding will go to the Workforce Investment Board's Career Pathways and Wage Subsidy Programs.

The Career Pathways Program has helped 141 people find work since it was first funded four years ago.

The Wage Subsidy Program helps cover some of the costs involved in training new full-time employees.

For more information, you can contact your local Working Solutions Center or visit WIB's website.