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November 14, 2010

Knight Foundation

Focus Areas:

Innovation in Job Training

Job Training for Special Populations 

Job Training Technology

Apprenticeships

Range:

$5,000 – $250,000

Geographic Focus:

26 Cities across US. Special focus on Akron, Charlotte, Detroit, Macon, Miami, Philadelphia, San Jose, and St Paul

Funder Type:

Corporate

Eligibility:

Must be a nonprofit organization.

Summary:

The Foundation has four primary areas of focus, one of which is “Communities”. Within Communities, there are three areas of focus, one of which is “Opportunity”. Their Opportunity strategy is: We invest to attract and retain people in communities through inclusive and effective pathways to economic opportunity. Letters of Inquiry from potential new grantees are welcomed at all times. Learn More


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