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  Community-Based Job Training Grants  
  About the Grants
These grants are employer-focused and build on the High Growth Job Training Initiative, a national model for demand-driven workforce development implemented by strategic partnerships between the workforce investment system, employers, and community colleges and other training providers. The primary purpose of the CBJTG grants is to build the capacity of community colleges to train workers to develop the skills required to succeed in high growth/high demand industries.
Worker Reemployment


Fact sheet on Community-
Based Job Training Grants



  Grant Activities
These grants will be used to do the following:
  • Increase the capacity of community colleges to provide training in a local high growth, high demand industry through activities such as the development of training curricula with local industry, hiring qualified faculty, arranging on-the-job experiences with industry, and using up-to-date equipment; and
  • Train new and experienced workers in identified high growth, high demand industries, with the aim of employing and/or increasing the retention and earnings of trained workers, while meeting the skill needs of businesses within targeted industries.
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2008 Workforce Solutions Catalogue

SGA/DFA PY 08-02

Fact Sheets on Individual Grantees

Press Release and Awardees

Questions and Answers (last update: November 26, 2008)

Solicitation for Grant Applications for Community-Based Job Training Grants (SGA/DFA PY 08-02) in the October 10, 2008 Federal Register

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Created: May 06, 2009