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Foundations Improving Students' Understanding of Geometry Grants for Grades PreK-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations Equity in Mathematics Grants for Grades 6-8 11-07-2014
Foundations Engaging Students in Learning Mathematics Grants for Grades 6-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations Teacher Professional Development Grants for Grades 6-8 Teachers 11-07-2014
Foundations 2014-2015 Community Education Center Community Grants 10-29-2014
Foundations Project Learning Tree GreenWorks! Grants 09-30-2014
Foundations Prudential Spirit of Community Awards 11-04-2014
Foundations Pets in the Classroom Grants 06-15-2015
Foundations I Love My Librarian Award 09-12-2014
Foundations AAUW Community Action Grants 01-15-2015
Foundations ING Unsung Heroes 04-30-2015
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Youth CareerConnect Program

Type: Federal
Source: U.S. Dept. Of Labor
Program: Youth CareerConnect Program
Eligibility: As stated under Section 414(c) of ACWIA, grants under this SGA will be awarded to partnerships of public and private sector entities. (see announcement for more details.)
Purpose: The Program Is Designed To Provide High School Students
With Education And Training That Combines Rigorous Academic And
Technical Curricula Focused On Specific In-demand Occupations And
Industries For Which Employers Are Using H-1B Visas To Hire Foreign
Workers As Well As The Related Activities Necessary To Support Such
Training To Increase Participants' Employability In H-1B In-demand
Industries And Occupations. Furthermore, Given The Large Number Of H-1B
Visas In Science, Technology, Engineering And Math (STEM) Industries,
Pending High Quality Proposals, DOL Expects A Large Share Of The Grants
To Support Education And Training In STEM Industries. The Ultimate
Goals For The Program Are To Ensure That Participants Gain Academic And
Occupational Skills By Completing The Program And Graduating From High
School; Move Into A Positive Placement Following High School That
Includes Unsubsidized Employment, Post-secondary Education, Long-term
Occupational Skills Training, Or Registered Apprenticeship; Obtain An
Industry-recognized Credential In An H-1B Industry Or Occupation For
Those Industries Where Credential Attainment Is Feasible By Program
Completion, In Addition To A High School Diploma; And Earn Post-
Secondary Credit Towards A Degree Or Credit-bearing Certificate Issued
By An Institution Of Higher Education.
Deadline: 01-27-2014
Award Min: $2,000,000.00
Award Max: $7,000,000.00
Quantity: 25 - 40
Period: Up to 54 months.
Additional
Information
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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ariam Ferro, 200 Constitution Avenue
NW., Room N-4716, Washington, DC 20210; Telephone: 202-693-3968.
Website: Website