BMO Harris donation to fund push for health care jobs
October 25, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- There was a big development Friday in the push to train students for new health care jobs in Chicago.
BMO Harris Bank donated $5 million to Rush University Medical Center.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was on hand Friday for the announcement.
The goal of the donation is to help get students ready for jobs that will deliver high-quality, coordinated health care to Chicago's low-income communities.
rahm emanuel, chicago news
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