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The Education Dept. seeks comments on extending the agreement process for its Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education or TEACH Grant Program (CFDA Number: 84.379).
posted 11/17/14 3:55 PM read complete story
Veteran assistance organizations can benefit from following the activities of recent Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation grantees, which are focused on helping post-9/11 veterans and their families in transitioning from military to civilian life.
posted 11/14/14 3:27 PM read complete story
A new Bloomberg Philanthropies initiative will increase the number of high-achieving low- and moderate-income students who graduate from top colleges and universities.
posted 11/4/14 09:52 AM read complete story
The grantees will help fathers: (1) establish or strengthen positive parental interaction by providing activities that develop and improve relationship, communication and parenting skills; (2) contribute to the financial well-being of their children by providing job training and other employment services; and (3) improve relationships with their spouses, significant others, and/or the mothers of their children.
posted 10/30/14 09:34 AM read complete story
The agency offers the final revised regulations that college and universities must follow to receive funding through the reauthorized Violence Against Women Act (PL 113-4).
posted 10/24/14 07:54 AM read complete story
The Employment and Training Admin. (DOL) will soon offer a $5 million solicitation to develop and operate satellite American Job Centers correctional facilities to address the employment barriers of incarcerated offenders as they transition into the community and the workforce.
posted 10/17/14 12:08 PM read complete story
These funds will support programs that have the capacity and proven track record of providing a broad range of marriage and relationship education and skills training to low-income populations.
posted 10/6/14 4:03 PM read complete story
Pay for Success financing is a mechanism for increasing investments in effective social interventions by changing the way government allocates and invests its resources – focusing on results and outcomes. This grant competition will determine in which situations the Pay for Success will be most effective.
posted 10/1/14 3:38 PM read complete story
Congress is now adjourned so lawmakers can hit the campaign trail before the November elections. During the upcoming lame duck session, House Appropriations Committee Chair Harold Rogers (R-KY) and Senate Appropriations Chair Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) agree an omnibus bill should be passed so the new Congress can start fresh.
posted 9/23/14 11:37 AM read complete story
These funds go for programs offering alternatives for runaway and homeless youth who might otherwise end up dealing with law enforcement officials or in the child welfare, mental health or juvenile justice systems.
posted 9/19/14 07:18 AM read complete story
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