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Face Forward 2 - Intermediary and Community Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: U. S. Dept. of Labor
Program: Face Forward 2 - Intermediary and Community Grants
Eligibility:
Intermediary Grant Applicants
Eligible applicants include any community or faith-based organization with 
501(c)3 non-profit status or any Indian and Native American entity eligible 
for grants under WIA Section 166. Intermediary applicants must ensure that 
their sub-grantees are located in areas with high-poverty and high-crime rates. 
Organizations that received a grant as a result of DOL competition SGA/DFA 
PY 10-09, SGA/DFA PY 11-09 and SGA/DFA PY 12-03 are not eligible to 
apply for this solicitation.

Community Grant Applicants 
Eligible applicants include any community or faith-based organization with 
501(c)3 non-profit status (including women’s and minority organizations), 
unit of state or local government, or any Indian and Native American entity 
eligible for grants under WIA Section 166
Purpose:
The Face Forward 2 - Intermediary and Community grants will offer 
organizations the opportunity to develop programs that address the 
employment barriers of court involved youth while helping these youth 
develop the employment skills needed to obtain good jobs. These grants will 
help participants move forward into the future by combining the most 
promising workforce and juvenile justice strategies available. These grants 
will systematically improve the workforce outcomes of court-involved youth 
who will obtain industry-recognized credentials that prepare them for jobs in 
demand industries using career pathways. 
 
The core project components for these grants include: case management, 
mentoring, educational interventions, service-learning, occupational training 
in demand industries which lead to industry-recognized credentials, workforce 
activities that lead to employment, follow-up activities, and expungement and 
diversion. The expungement and diversion components will be provided 
through the juvenile justice system (JJS) and non-profit legal services 
organizations.
Deadline: 05-02-2014
Award Min: $1,500,000.00
Award Max: $5,000,000.00
Quantity: 4 - 20
Period: 39 months
Additional
Information
:
Funding will be provided in the form of a grant. ETA plans to award 4 
Intermediary grants of $5 million each and approximately 16 Community 
grants of up to $1.5 million each, totaling approximately $44 million. 

For further information about this SGA, please contact Brinda Ruggles, 
Grants Management Specialist, Office of Grants Management, at (202) 693-
3437. Applicants should e-mail all technical questions to ruggles.brinda@dol.gov and must specifically reference SGA/DFA PY 13-09, and along with question(s), include a contact name, fax and phone number. 

This announcement is being made available on the ETA Web site at 
http://www.doleta.gov/grants and at http://www.grants.gov. 




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