Foundation / Corporation
Colorado Community College System (CCCS) and Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)
Grants to Colorado businesses and nonprofit organizations for workforce development initiatives. Funding is intended to improve employment opportunities, foster talent, and increase business competitiveness. Applicants relocating to Colorado may also apply. The goal of the program is to increase transferable job skills that support business competitiveness and enhance workers’ resumes and long-term employment opportunities.
Colorado First and Existing Industry Job Training Grant Programs support Colorado’s workforce development by providing grants to both existing businesses and those locating to or expanding in Colorado through the following programs:
Funding is limited for training related to customer service, employer engagement and/or development, sales, marketing, and branding.
GrantWatch ID#: 145008
Fiscal Year 2022 incentive levels – per learner maximum funding (averaged across each training plan): CF – $1,400, EI – $1,200.
Training funds requests are capped at $150,000 per application; total training funds are capped at $200,000 per grantee per fiscal Grant awards are contingent upon available funding.
The Skill Advance Colorado program fiscal year is July 1 through June (Same as State fiscal year). Training completion deadline: May 20, 2022
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply for a job training grant, please contact your local Skill Advance Colorado community college representative: https://www.cccs.edu/cfei-customized-job-training-grants/
For more information: Kendra Rodriguez, Skill Advance Program Director, Colorado Community College System at email@example.com.
Colorado Community College System
9101 E Lowry Blvd
Denver CO 80230-6011
College Locations and Service Areas:
- Denver Metro Service Areas: https://drive.google.com/file/d/15jbdPHnyBqT_O5go2ee3gQhWcqNp57iv/view?usp=sharing
- Colorado Counties Map: https://internal.cccs.edu/academic-affairs/training-funds/service-area-map-by-county/
- College Campus Locations Map: https://internal.cccs.edu/wp-content/uploads/documents/CCCS_Locations_Map_V3_01.16.19.pdf
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