HIGH-ROAD TRAINING PARTNERSHIPS
HIGH ROAD TRAINING PARTNERSHIP ORIENTATION
The California Workforce Development Board and the Employment Development Department have created an overview and orientation in a PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat. Please select the appropriate link for use.
MODEL HIGH ROAD TRAINING PARTNERSHIP AWARDS
The California Workforce Development Board and the Labor and Workforce Development Agency are pleased to announce that the following grants have been awarded as part of the Model High Road Training Partnership (HRTP) Initiative. See this amended award announcement for HRTP Adobe Acrobat document for a breakdown of the funding distribution.
REQUESTS FOR APPLICATIONS
The California Workforce Development Board (State Board) and the Employment Development Department (EDD) are pleased to announce the availability of up to $6 million for grants to design, develop, implement and/or advance model high-road training partnerships (HRTPs). Funds will support skill-focused, industry-based demonstration projects that advance equity by linking workforce innovation to regional challenges of job quality, economic opportunity, and environmental sustainability.
The HRTP initiative aims to build, document, and evaluate a field of practice that simultaneously addresses critical questions of income mobility, economic competitiveness, and climate change through “ground up” skills strategies designed to support economically and environmentally resilient communities across the state.
Eligible applicants include local workforce development boards; labor organizations and labor-management partnerships; education and training providers; community-based and non-profit organizations; workforce intermediaries, public authorities, and qualified businesses.
All Applications are due February 10, 2017, by 4:00 p.m.
An Application Workshop will be offered on Friday, Jan. 27th at 11:00 am
You can access the workshop here:
Conference Line: 888-808-6929
Participant Code: 3243425
For more information on this funding opportunity and its requirements, please see the full RFA.
- CA Community Colleges Econ & Workforce Development
- California Labor and Workforce Development Agency
- Employment Development Department
- California Department of Industrial Relations
- California Department of Education
- State Personnel Board
- EDD/Labor Market Information Division
- EDD Policy & Guidance
- California Employment Training Panel
- Workforce Investment Works
- California Department of Rehabilitation
California Workforce Development Board
800 Capitol Mall, Suite 1022
Sacramento CA 95814