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Announcement Notification

Formal Notification of Addendum 2 (Industry-Driven Regional Collaboratives–Acute Need for Coding/Programming Bootcamp and Embedded Soft Skills Grant, RFA No. 14-326)
Formal Notification of Intent to Award and Funding Status
 (Industry-Driven Regional Collaboratives–Acute Need for Coding/Programming Bootcamp and Embedded Soft Skills Grant, RFA No. 14-326)
Memo Announcing New Grant Opportunity (Industry-Driven Regional Collaboratives–Acute Need for Coding/Programming Bootcamp and Embedded Soft Skills Grant, RFA No. 14-326) 

RFA for Industry-Driven Regional Collaboratives–Acute Need for Coding/Programming Bootcamp and Embedded Soft Skills Grant

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About the Industry-Driven Regional Collaboratives Grant

The goals of Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy are as follows: to supply in-demand skills for employers, create relevant career pathways and stackable credentials, promote student success, and get Californians into open jobs. Key activities under this framework include: a focus on regional priority/emergent sectors and industry clusters (to be referred to simply as “sectors”); take effective practices to scale; integrate and leverage programming between funding streams; promote common metrics for student success; remove structural barriers to execution.


Last Update: Tuesday, February 24, 2015

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