FREE Webinar:Writing Botvin LifeSkills Training into Your CalGRIP Grant

Join us for this webinar to learn fundable strategies as well as planning and implementation logistics for using LST programs separately or in combination to meet the objectives of the SFP below.

Monday, January 24, 1:00 p.m. PT 

Click here to register.

Combining LST Transitions with the LST Parent Program creates a strategy that is comprehensive and community-focused, providing a holistic approach to serving youth in gangs.

The Transitions program for 16- and 17-year old students teaches the acquisition of work-readiness skills including time and money management. Its 45-minute sessions fit perfectly into an after-school setting.

 The Parent Program lessons create a supportive setting and can be peer-led. This skills-based program is also available in Spanish.

Funding Alert: California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Initiative SFP 2010/11

Grant: To expand job training for current gang members, gang involved, or at-risk of gang involvement youth as part of the Governor’s California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Initiative.

Funder: Employment Development Department in coordination with the California Workforce Investment Board, the Labor and Workforce Development Agency, and in conjunction with the Governor’s Office of Gang and Youth Violence Policy

Eligibility: Public, private non-profit and private for-profit organizations. Individuals are not eligible to apply.

Amount: Up to $5 million in Workforce Investment Act funds for the Governor’s CalGRIP 2010/11 Solicitation for Proposal (SFP).

Deadline: Proposal applications must be received NO later than February 2, 2011, before 3 p.m. 

Contact: For more information please refer to the SFP. 
Go to EDD’s website to read the Announcement, SFP, and Instructions

Questions?  Email olt@nhpamail.com for more information.

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