|Date of Release||Title Opportunity (Source Agency) Eligible Applicants||Businesses Eligible?||Proposal Due Date|
|2/17/2015||NYSDOL College and Career Test Assessing Secondary Completion™ (TASC) Transition Curricular/Instructional Materials/Resources(NYSDOL) (SED)
College and Career Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC) Transition Curricular/Instructional Materials/Resources (NYSDOL and NYSED) Private sector not-for-profit businesses are eligible to apply. NYSDOL SED are making up to $718,000 in funding available to develop Curricular/Instructional Materials/Resources that prepare students for success on measures of college readiness and attain the New York State High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma.
|2/06/2015||Job-Driven National Emergency Grant(NYSDOL)
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 $5.4 million in funding available to solicit projects providing work-based training to dislocated workers, with emphasis on long-term unemployed, unemployment beneficiaries likely to exhaust benefits, and foreign-trained immigrant worker populations.
|2/03/2015||American Apprenticeship Initiative (USDOL)
Workforce Training to Educate Health Care Professionals in Health Information Technology (US HHS) Open to the public in the United States, this program will award grants to update existing training materials and develop a training program to establish or expand medical health informatics education programs to promote the rapid and effective utilization and development of health information technologies.
|12/11/2014||American Apprenticeship Initiative (USDOL)
American Apprenticeship Initiative (USDOL) The U.S. Department of Labor announces the American Apprenticeship Initiative which will provide up to $100 million in grants to expand registered apprenticeship programs in high-skilled, high-growth industries like healthcare, biotechnology, information technology and advanced manufacturing. Grant funds are for industries and occupations where employers are using H-1B visas to hire foreign workers. Approximately 25 grants from $2.5 million to $5 million each will be awarded. Apprenticeship grants will be awarded to public and private partnerships consisting of: employers, business consortiums, business-related nonprofit organizations, joint labor-management organizations, labor organizations, private organizations functioning as workforce intermediaries, the workforce investment system, public education or training providers and the Department of Labor or other State Apprenticeship Agency.
|9/25/2014||Dislocated Worker Training National Emergency Grant, Request for Applications # U-31(NYSDOL)
Private sector for-profit businesses, private not-for-profit businesses, training providers and local workforce investment boards.
Dislocated Worker Training National Emergency Grant # U-31 Q & A
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