HARRISBURG (AP) – PA will direct up to $400 million in federal money to reimburse organizations that train new infrastructure workers on the job. Gov. Josh Shapiro signed the executive order Monday in Pittsburgh. The new program will be funded over the next five years. Organizations doing infrastructure work, such as repairing roads and bridges, replacing lead pipes, and expanding high-speed internet, stand to benefit significantly from a new training program. The Shapiro Administration aims to create 10,000 new jobs. With the potential to receive up to $40,000 for each new worker they train, these organizations could access a maximum of $400,000 in funding. The PA Department of Labor and Industry will manage the program.