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The program expands the capacity of American Job Centers, also known as One-Stop Centers, to improve the employment outcomes for three population focus areas: (1) adults (ages 18 and older) with visible and non-visible disabilities, including those who have acquired disabilities in adulthood; (2) youth (ages 14-24) with visible and non-visible disabilities, including those who have chronic health conditions; and (3) individuals (ages 14 and older) with significant disabilities.
States will use these funds to develop and implement comprehensive strategies to: (1) support apprenticeship expansion; (2) engage industry and workforce intermediaries, employers and other partners to expand and market apprenticeship to new sectors and underserved populations; (3) enhance state capacity to conduct outreach and work with employers to start new programs; and (4) expand and diversify participation in apprenticeship through state innovations, incentives and system reforms.
The White House and Education Dept. announce that 20 new communities have joined the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Success Mentors Initiative, for a total of 30 communities participating in the effort to reduce chronic absenteeism.
The program strengthens the pipeline of skilled workers to expand an economic region’s middle- to high-skilled workforce within one or more prioritized industry sectors. These sectors include information technology, cyber security, advanced manufacturing, healthcare and financial services.
The Administration for Children and Families and Office of Refugee Resettlement at HHS offer a $27 million solicitation for the Home Study and Post Release Services for Unaccompanied Alien Children program (CFDA Number: 93.676) (Funding Opportunity Number: HHS-2017-ACF-ORR-ZU-1139).
The Environmental Protection Agency seeks a grantee to conduct research on long-term exposure to air pollution and development of cardiovascular disease.
The White House and Congress finalize the reauthorization of the Older Americans Act (PL 114-144), the main federal law that authorizes a wide array of social and nutrition services for seniors and their caregivers.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seeks applications for two programs to help low-income individuals and couples and seniors through next year’s tax season.
The Office of Innovation and Improvement (DoEd) seeks pre-applications for its Investing in Innovation or i3: Development Grants (CFDA Numbers: 84.411P). Applicants can submit notices of intent to submit pre-applications until May 10.
The program helps states improve assessment tools that measure the academic achievement of elementary and secondary school students.
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