$16 Million Available to Connect Residents to Customized Training Programs
Thu, 08 Apr 2021 16:43:44 EDT


The Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity (LEO) released a competitive Request for Proposals to fund customized training programs through the Michigan Learning and Education Advancement Program (MiLEAP) for job seekers across the state who have been economically impacted by the Coronavirus.

More than $16 million is available to fund grant awards to groups who will work as regional consortia to support individuals who are dislocated, underemployed, serving as essential workers, living in distressed rural and urban communities or economically disadvantaged.

MiLEAP funds will allow recipients to help Michigan job seekers make the leap from education and training to employment by delivering short- and mid-term customized training solutions.

Proposals for training programs funding are due by May 7th.



   

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