|Date of Release||Title Opportunity (Source Agency) Eligible Applicants||Businesses Eligible?||Proposal Due Date|
|7/13/2016||New York State Pre-Apprenticeship Request for Proposal Bid #W-15
New York State Department of Labor Apprenticeship Training Division
This opportunity is open to Community-Based and Not-for-Profit Organizations.
|6/30/2016||ApprenticeshipUSA Industry Intermediaries Request for Proposals (United States Department of Labor)
Single Industry: Intermediaries in the targeted sectors of Advance Manufacturing, IT, Transportation, Energy, Construction and Healthcare. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOL/ETA/OJC/DOL-ETA-16-R-00092/listing.html
Multi-Industry: Intermediaries that work among more than 1 targeted and/or non-targeted sector. https://www.fbo.gov/spg/DOL/ETA/OJC/DOL-ETA-16-R-00105/listing/html
Up to $1,400,000 is being made available through a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Enhanced Career Services for Dislocated Workers to qualified Local Workforce Development Boards (LWDBs). This RFQ seeks to support qualified LWDBs that have incurred additional expenses associated in providing enhanced career services such as (1) individual counseling and comprehensive assessment; (2) individual employment planning; (3) job search planning and job coaching; (4) short-term pre-vocational skills to prepare for employment or training; (5) vocational skill training; and (6) job search assistance.
Up to $700,000 is being made available through a Request for Applications (RFA) for Incumbent Worker Training to promote partnerships between private sector businesses, Local Workforce Development Boards (LWDB), and education and training providers in priority industries as determined through the Regional Economic Development Council strategic planning process. This RFA will support and invest in businesses seeking to provide occupational skill based trainings to underemployed incumbent workers. These funds will assist participating businesses to advance their incumbent workers to more skilled positions leading to promotions, increased pay, or increased earnings through more work hours. Vacant positions, due to incumbent worker advancement, will then be back filled in accordance with a plan to engage and market to new, qualified participants in an associated dislocated worker program.
Up to $700,000 is being made available in a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to qualified Local Workforce Development Boards (LWDBs). Transitional employment, under this RFQ, is defined as time-limited work experiences that are subsidized for individuals with barriers to access valuable work experience and re-establish their connection to the workforce.
Up to $3 million in funding is being made available in a Request for Applications (RFA) to promote partnerships between private sector businesses, Local Workforce Development Boards (LWDBs), and education and training providers in priority industries as determined through the Regional Economic Development Council strategic planning process. This RFA will support and invest in businesses seeking to empower dislocated workers to reconnect to the workforce through work-based training opportunities. Funds will support businesses that provide work-based training programs, such as on-the-job training (OJT), apprenticeships, or unpaid occupational skill based training to dislocated workers seeking employment in priority industries.
|5/2/2016||The 6th round of CFA funding serves as a tool to generate sustainable economic growth and employment opportunities across the state. NYSDOL is making approximately $5 million in Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding available through this Request for Proposals (RFP) to support four Workforce Development programs:
1. Existing Employee Training Program
2. New Hire Training Program
3. Unemployed Worker Training Program: and
4. Special Populations Training Program
Labor Department announces $1.9M funding opportunity to expand apprenticeships, support for women in nontraditional occupations
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a $1.9 million grant competition to recruit, train and retain women in high-skill occupations, such as advanced manufacturing, transportation, energy, construction and information technology. The Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations program will fund the grants.
“Apprenticeships are a time-tested method for training workers with the skills needed to succeed in the jobs employers need most, but for too long these earn-while-you-learn opportunities have been too scarce for women and other under-represented populations,” said U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez. “These grants will help to turn the tide and ensure that more women have the support and access they need to be successful in a variety of ‘nontraditional’ careers.”
The department will award approximately four grants to community-based organizations to create regional, multi-state Technical Assistance Resource Centers. The centers will support efforts to increase the number of women entering into nontraditional occupations and Registered Apprenticeships. Services to current and potential sponsors of apprenticeship will include providing technical assistance and support related to:
Eligible applicants include community-based organizations capable of establishing technical assistance resources for Registered Apprenticeship programs to assist women to enter nontraditional occupations.
The department’s Women’s Bureau and Office of Apprenticeship are jointly administering the grants. The solicitation for grant applications will be available at http://www.grants.gov/. For information on the department’s range of employment and training programs, visit http://www.doleta.gov/.
U.S. Department of Labor news materials are accessible at http://www.dol.gov. The department’s Reasonable Accommodation Resource Center converts departmental information and documents into alternative formats, which include Braille and large print. For alternative format requests, please contact the department at (202) 693-7828 (voice) or (800) 877-8339 (federal relay).
The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) is making up to $690,000 in funding available under the Dislocated Worker Training National Emergency Grant (DWT-NEG) Request for Applications (RFA). The purpose of this RFA is to solicit projects to provide occupational training to dislocated workers, with emphasis on long-term unemployed, to enable them to obtain employment.
The RFA will support occupational classroom training from providers on the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) (https://applications.labor.ny.gov/ETPL/) as follows, which is further defined in Section III (A):
Each application will be reviewed, scored and awarded based on its own merits, rather than on a competitive basis. The number of DWT-NEG applications awarded will depend on the number and quality of applications received and how those applications fit into NYSDOL’s approved plan of service.
In March 2013, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo launched the New York State Office for New Americans (ONA) to assist newcomers to the State who are eager to contribute to our economy and become part of the family of New York State. While states with the largest immigrant communities have historically maintained offices, initiatives or committees to address immigrant issues, ONA is unique in accomplishing its mission with an infrastructure of more than 25 Opportunity Centers focused on immigrant integration. Last year, Governor Cuomo and the State Legislature codified the Office for New Americans as a statutory office of State government, making it the first state-level immigrant office created by statute in the country. Recently, Governor Cuomo and the State Legislature nearly doubled the State funding to the Office for New Americans for the 2015-2016 fiscal year - recognizing the State's continued dedication to immigrants and to the successful work of the community-based organizations providing needed services throughout the State.
In continuation of the above mission and pursuit of the State's goals, ONA has released a Request for Applications (RFA) seeking organizations within New York's counties with high concentrations of newcomers, interested in establishing a network of neighborhood-based "Opportunity Centers" (ONA Opportunity Centers) where immigrants will be supported through unique programming . This programming will use professional staff, in-class technology and community volunteers to provide English-for-Speakers-of-Other Languages (ESOL) training; help interested eligible New Americans participate in the federal deferred action process; support interested eligible New Americans through the naturalization application process; provide free legal consultations; and, open entrepreneurship opportunities to New Americans. These ONA Opportunity Centers will also partner with ONA and other community-based and government agencies to coordinate and host additional programming and support for New American communities. Meanwhile, a related ONA Legal Counsel RFA has been released to expand legal services to immigrants in our state.
|6/2/2015||Job Driven National Emergency Grant(NYSDOL)
Private sector for-profit businesses, private not-for-profit businesses, local workforce investment boards, and training providers are eligible to apply. NYSDOL is making up to $3.7 million in funding available to solicit projects providing work-based training (on-the-job training, apprenticeship, customized training) to dislocated workers, with emphasis on long-term unemployed, unemployment beneficiaries likely to exhaust benefits, and foreign-trained immigrant worker populations.
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