Massachusetts Clean Energy Center - Equity Workforce Training Implementation. Due 3/20. $1.2M Avail.
RFP: Equity Workforce Training Implementation
MassCEC's Equity Workforce Training Implementation Grants provide up to $1,200,000 across two to three years in grant funds and technical support to applicants developing or expanding programs that provide job training and support services to underserved individuals seeking employment in the clean energy sector. Successful applicants will propose projects that address barriers faced by these populations, demonstrate a high-level of employer engagement and leverage of existing workforce development systems, and lead to high-quality careers in climate-critical occupations.
Single organizations or partnerships are eligible to apply. Partnerships are strongly encouraged and may be looked upon more favorably to the extent that they can provide a range of expertise and experience to deliver a comprehensive proposal. One party should take on the role of Lead Applicant.
The following entities are eligible to serve as a Lead Applicant:
Community-Based Organizations (CBOs), including CBOs relying on a fiscal agent
Community Colleges, Colleges, and Universities
Comprehensive and Vocational High Schools, including Vocational Schools offering an after-hours or Career Technical Initiative evening training program
Workforce Development Organizations
MassHire Workforce Investment Boards and Career Centers
Applicants that have received prior funding via the MassCEC Equity Workforce Training Planning Grants and Minority- and Women-owned Business Enterprise Support Grants are eligible, as long as those applications are separate and distinct efforts from this proposed project.
Total Amount Available:
March 20, 2023
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