WASHINGTON D.C. (WHTM) — The United States Department of Labor announced the award of more than $121 million in Apprenticeship Buliding America Grants to strengthen and modernize programs.
Pennsylvania received $4 million in grant money from the program.
“The funding of $121.7 million in Apprenticeship Building America grants reaffirms and advances the Biden-Harris administration’s commitment to strengthening and expanding Registered Apprenticeships,” Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh said.
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“The Apprenticeship Building America grants will develop new pathways to good-quality jobs and provide America’s workers with opportunities to access and succeed in those pathways, and the intentional focus on equity partnerships and pre-apprenticeship activities will create opportunities for underrepresented and underserved communities,” she addded.
The Apprenticeship Building America grant program advances the department’s efforts to expand and modernize Registered Apprenticeship by increasing the number of programs and apprentices.
Funding was awarded in four categories:
- State Apprenticeship System Building and Modernization.
- Expansion of Registered Apprenticeship Program Opportunities for Youth.
- Ensuring Equitable Registered Apprenticeship Program Pathways through Pre-Apprenticeship Leading to RAP enrollment and Equity Partnerships.
- Registered Apprenticeship Hubs to facilitate the establishment, scaling and expansion of Registered Apprenticeship Programs in new and fast-growing industries and occupations.
A full list of recipients of these grants can be seen below.
|Alaska Primary Care Association||Anchorage||AK||$3,000,000|
|Able-Disabled Advocacy Inc.||San Diego||CA||$3,343,000|
|American Association of Community Colleges||Washington||DC||$8,000,000|
|Project L.I.F.T. Inc.||Palm City||FL||$5,000,000|
|Reset to Success Foundation||Belleville||IL||$3,000,000|
|Chicago Women in Trades||Chicago||IL||$3,000,000|
|Indiana Department of Workforce Development||Indianapolis||IN||$3,907,725|
|Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana||Indianapolis||IN||$4,736,976|
|Wilderness Education Project||Nicholasville||KY||$4,999,450|
|Electrical Training Alliance||Bowie||MD||$2,999,916|
|Economic Development and Industrial Corporation of Boston||Boston||MA||$3,000,000|
|Jobs for the Future Inc.||Boston||MA||$5,000,000|
|City of Springfield||Springfield||MO||$3,000,000|
|Central Community College||Grand Island||NE||$3,962,324|
|NYSUT Education and Learning Trust||Latham||NY||$5,657,497|
|CareerWise New York Inc.||New York||NY||$2,000,000|
|National Urban League||New York||NY||$3,000,000|
|Staten Island Performing Provider System||Staten Island||NY||$1,998,854|
|Workforce Development Board of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida||Utica||NY||$2,999,993|
|North Carolina Community College System||Raleigh||NC||$4,000,000|
|Mt. Hood Community College||Gresham||OR||$2,999,983|
|Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry||Harrisburg||PA||$3,900,000|
|South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation||Pierre||SD||$3,124,059|
|Texas Workforce Commission||Austin||TX||$3,660,090|
|SER-Jobs for Progress of the Texas Gulf Coast Inc.||Houston||TX||$4,585,000|
|Adaptive Construction Solutions Inc.||Houston||TX||$8,000,000|
|City of San Antonio||San Antonio||TX||$2,983,433|
|Vermont Healthcare & Information Technology Education Center||Williston||VT||$2,999,240|