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Solicitation for Grant Applications (SGA) 2002

GRANTS FOR 2002


Grants for Small Faith-Based and Community-Based Non-profit Organizations (SGA/DFA 02-108)

The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announces the availability of funds to award a grant to "grass-roots" organizations or small faith-based and community-based non-profit organizations with the ability to connect to the nation's workforce development system. The term "grassroots" is defined under the Eligibility Criteria. This grant award has three important objectives: (1) increase the number of faith-based and community-based organizations serving as committed and active partners in the One-Stop delivery system, (2) expand the access of faith-based and community-based organizations' clients and customers to the services offered by the nation's One-Stops, and (3) identify, document, showcase and replicate successful and innovative instances of faith- and community-based involvement in One-Stop delivery system-building.
Issue Date:         April 24, 2002
Closing Date:      May 20, 2002


Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-108




Faith-Based for Intermediaries (SGA/DFA 02-107)

The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announces the availability of funds under three separate competitions to award grants (1) States, (2) intermediaries, and (3) small private non-profit organizations. Under these competitions, eligible "intermediaries" are defined as those non-profit, community, and/or faith-based organizations with connections to grassroots faith-based and community organizations with the ability to connect those organizations to the nation's workforce development system in more than one service area. The eligible intermediary does not have to be located in more than one jurisdiction as long as their reach extends beyond one jurisdiction, and the application addresses providing services in more than one jurisdiction.
Issue Date:         April 23, 2002
Closing Date:      May 17, 2002


Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-107




Faith-Based for States (SGA/DFA 02-106)

The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announces the availability of funds to be awarded to States under one of three separate competitions to award grants to (1) States, (2) intermediaries, and (3) small faith-based and community-based non-profit organizations. These awards have three important objectives: (1) increase the number of faith-based and community-based organizations serving as committed and active partners in the One-Stop delivery system, (2) expand the access of faith-based and community-based organizations' clients and customers to the services offered by the nation's One-Stops, (3) Identify, document, showcase and replicate successful and innovative instances of faith- and community-based involvement in our system-building.
Issue Date:         April 23, 2002
Closing Date:      May 16, 2002


Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-106




Youth Development Practitioner Apprenticeship (YDPA) Initiative (SGA/DFA 02-110)

The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, announces the competitive grants to be awarded under the Youth Development Practitioner Apprenticeship (YDPA) initiative. This initiative targets incumbent and prospective professional youth workers working directly with young people. The funding available for these grants to register apprenticeship programs and apprentices is $900,000 and includes two categories of national organizations for application and award. There are two categories of national organizations: (1) National organizations and (2) National organizations awarded a national organization grant award in response to the Youth Development Practitioner Apprenticeship (YDPA) Implementation Grant SGA published in Vol. 66, No. 65/ Wednesday, April 4, 2001.
Issue Date:         April 15, 2002
Closing Date:      May 15, 2002

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Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-110


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Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative - "Going Home"

The Office of Justice Programs (OJP), and the National Institute of Corrections (NIC), two agencies within the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), have developed this solicitation for the Serious and Violent Offender Reentry Initiative through collaboration with and support of the U.S. Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Housing and Urban Development (see Appendices A-F for information regarding each agency). This collaborative and comprehensive grant program is designed to address the issues related to violent offenders (adults and juveniles) who are to be released and who have been released from correctional facilities and are returning to communities nationwide.
Issue Date:         January 31, 2002
Closing Date:      May 15, 2002

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Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Youth Program (SGA/DFA 02-104)

The U.S. Department of Labor (the Department), Employment and Training Administration (ETA), announces the availability of funds as authorized in Section 127 (b)(1)(A)(iii) of the Workforce Investment Act, to provide MSFW youth workforce investment activities. It is anticipated that up to $10,000,000 will be available for the grant year (commencing April 1, 2002 ) for funding up to 15 projects covered by this Solicitation. It is the Department's intent to fund grants in the 12 agricultural geographic areas of the United States. Grantees will be selected for a two-year designation period. The Department intends to provide non-competitive funding for the succeeding one-year period for grantees which perform satisfactorily during the first year, subject to availability of federal funds.
Issue Date:         January 9, 2002
Closing Date:      February 15, 2002

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Quality Child Care Initiative
(SGA/DFA 02-103)

The Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, invites proposals for up to ten (10) awards. These awards will be for the implementation of the Quality Child Care Initiative. It will assist with the initiation of building a national system for the education and training of professional child care providers and expand the National Apprenticeship System by incorporating diversification of occupational entities through development of new and innovative strategies for increasing the participation among the child care industry.
Issue Date:         January 9, 2002
Closing Date:      March 11, 2002

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Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-103




H-1B Technical Skills Training Grants
(SGA/DFA 02-102)

The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), announces the availability of grant funds for skills training programs for unemployed and employed workers. These grants are financed by a user fee paid by employers to bring foreign workers into the U.S. under a new H-1B nonimmigrant visa or at visa renewal. As part of the H-1B nonimmigrant visa program, this skills training program was authorized under the American Competitiveness and Workforce Improvement Act of 1998 (ACWIA), as amended. The grants are intended to be a long- term solution to domestic skill shortages in high skill and high technology occupations. Grant awards will be made only to the extent that funds are available.
Issue Date:          December 20, 2001
Closing Date:      February 19, 2002
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Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-102




Work Incentive Grant Program (SGA/DFA 02-101)

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), Employment and Training Administration (ETA), announces the availability of approximately $20 million to award competitive grants designed to enhance the employability, employment and career advancement of people with disabilities through enhanced service delivery in the new One-Stop delivery system established under the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA). The Work Incentive Grant program will provide grant funds to consortia and/or partnerships of public and private non-profit entities working in coordination with the One-Stop delivery system to augment the existing programs and services and ensure programmatic access and streamlined, seamless service delivery for people with disabilities.
Issue Date:          December 17, 2001
Closing Date:      January 28, 2002

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Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-101




Disability Employment Grant Program funded under the Workforce Investment Act Title I (SGA/DFA 02-100)

The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA), announces the availability of approximately $6 million in competitive grant funds for multi-state employment and training projects serving people with disabilities. This skill training grant program is funded using Workforce Investment Act Title I, Section 171 funds and targets projects providing multi-site training and other employment services to individuals with disabilities that result in long-term, unsubsidized employment.
Issue Date:          November 2, 2001
Closing Date:      December 21, 2001

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Awarded
Grant Awardees for SGA-DFA 02-100




Young Offender Initiative: Reentry Grant Program

The Departments of Labor, Justice, and Health and Human Services are requesting applications for the Young Offender Initiative: Reentry Grant Program to enhance community safety through the successful reintegration to the community of offenders ages 14 to 35, who have been confined for a minimum of 12 consecutive months for adults or 6 consecutive months for juveniles, through a coordinated and comprehensive continuum of supervision, programs, and services. Approximately $79 million is available to fund approximately 25 grants of up to $3.1 million each to applicants that demonstrate a collaborative effort and broad-based community support. Applications must be received by October 9, 2001, by 5:30 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Issue Date:          June 1, 2001
Closing Date:      October 9, 2001

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