About Our Speaker(s)
Frank Klimko

Frank Klimko is a veteran journalist with more than 30 years of experience covering federal, state, and local government regulation; agency news; and private philanthropy. As a webinar instructor, he has helped hundreds of listeners better position themselves for funding, burnish their applications, and get a firmer grip on the federal/private money tree. Klimko specializes in uncovering alternative and hidden grant opportunities.



How to Get Grant Funding under the Evolving Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) (CDP818D)

Event Information
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Product Format
Pre-recorded Webinar
Presenter(s)
Frank Klimko
Length
70 minutes
Event Description

Learn the 6 Strategies States & Localities Use to Manage Funding for Job Training Programs

The new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is reshaping the workforce development landscape. It makes sweeping changes to the way the federal grant-making agencies give out money, and in some cases even surpasses federal funding. States are already beginning to implement training programs under WIOA – with exciting new opportunities you wouldn’t want to ignore. As a member of a local nonprofit, job board or adult/youth training organization, you can leverage the new law in many ways to get the grant funding you need.

In this session, industry veteran Frank Klimko will bring you up to speed with what’s trending, and provide a working knowledge of WIOA and skills that you can use to out-muscle the competition, and receive grant funding authorized through the new employment law. Learn the six strategies that states and localities use to manage and supplement funding for job training programs. Klimko will also walk you through the complex WIOA landscape, show you exactly how public funding flows, and how you can leverage it to support more workers and employers in their communities. The good news is that there are plenty of opportunities out there: the giving universe includes more than 1.5 million nonprofit organizations registered in the United States.

After attending this webinar, you will have all the tools and the knowledge you need to become the preferred organization that wins employment funding.

Session Highlights

Here’s a taste of what you will learn:

  • How to do it right: have a plan that works

    Six strategies that states and localities use to manage and supplement funding for job training programs.

  •  How state and locals entities can succeed
    • Information on state and local workforce development entities – including how local workforce development boards (WDBs) and training providers can succeed in their funding and training decision making.
    • Workforce development boards challenges.
  • Leveraging and getting a jumpstart
    • Use of public dollars by WDBs to leverage private investments from employers, corporate philanthropy, and foundations, and how these grants can jumpstart a new workforce initiative, pilot a training program, or support a larger initiative funded with additional public or private sources.
    • What to do when leveraging increases the amount of money spent on job training, while increasing the complexity of reporting outcomes and the time spent collaborating.
  • Be Smart: Bringing Your “A” Game

    How local workforce system stakeholders can better understand public funding flows and strategies to supplement and leverage those dollars. Doing it right means they can do more to support workers and employers in their communities.

  • Did you know?

    Explore some overlooked or misunderstood parts of the funding picture, such as:

    • The majority of Department of Labor (DOL) funded job training continues to be through mandated formula grant programs, which is noncompetitively awarded.
    • Discretionary grants are an important opportunity for local training providers to competitively obtain grant funding, which is often significant.
    • While federal funding for WIOA Title I programs increased in the past five years for the U.S overall, changes in federal funding has varied considerably state-by-state.

Who Should Attend

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  • Charities
  • Churches
  • Cities
  • Colleges
  • Community action agencies
  • Community and neighborhood associations
  • Community foundations
  • Development directors
  • Education departments
  • Educators
  • Faith-based funders
  • Faith-based grant writers
  • Faith-based and community groups
  • For-profits
  • Foundations
  • Governments
  • Grant writers
  • Grant managers
  • Hospitals
  • Justice and correctional associations
  • Maternal health providers
  • Outdoor recreation centers-playgrounds
  • Philanthropic organizations
  • Pilot/training programs
  • Private funding match providers
  • Proposal writers
  • Recreation centers
  • Regional foundations
  • School districts 
  • School funding officers
  • State agencies
  • Workforce development boards
  • Workforce initiatives
 

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