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Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration (ETJD)

On June 23, 2011, Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis announced $39.7 million in grants to help individuals with significant barriers to employment - specifically, low-income non-custodial parents and ex-offenders - obtain the skills they need in the workplace through the Enhanced Transitional Jobs Demonstration. The programs will offer more than 3,500 people temporary, paid work experiences to improve their employability, earnings and opportunities for advancement, as well as promote their self-sufficiency and long-term success in the workforce.

To see the complete ETJD press release click here.

Organization Name

City

State

Total Funding Amount

Center for Community Alternatives

Syracuse

NY

$5,720,222

Goodwill of North Georgia Inc.

Atlanta

GA

$5,724,222

City and County of San Francisco

San Francisco

CA

$5,724,203

Tarrant County Workforce Development Board

Fort Worth

TX

$5,610,490

The Doe Fund Inc.

New York

NY

$5,631,033

Workforce Inc.

Indianapolis

IN

$5,565,608

Young Women's Christian Association
of Greater Milwaukee

Milwaukee

WI

$5,724,222

Total = $39,700,000

















Click on the links below to visit each organization's home page.

USA Map Syracuse - Center for Community Alternatives New York - The Doe Fund, Inc. Atlanta - Goodwill of North Georgia, Inc. San Francisco - City and County of San Francisco Fort Worth - Tarrant County Workforce Development Board Indianapolis - Workforce Inc. Milwaukee - Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Milwaukee


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