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Workforce Opportunities for Rural Communities (WORC) (Us Department of Labor) #FOA-ETA-23-07

Focus Areas:

Job Training for Special Populations 

Range:

$150,000-$1,500,000

Geographic Focus:

Appalachian and Delta and Northern Border Regions of US

Funder Type:

Federal

Eligibility:

Must be a nonprofit organization.

Summary:

The WORC Initiative provides grant funds to enable impacted communities to develop local and regional workforce development solutions aligned with existing economic development strategies and community partnerships to promote new, sustainable job opportunities and long-term economic vitality. Learn More


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