Deadline: 9 May 2016
The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is seeking applications from eligible entities for the Pathways to Justice Careers (PJC) program designed to support access and entry into career pathways for at-risk and court-involved youth ages 16-21.
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The PJC grants will use a career pathways model adapted for in-school youth to ensure that participants are encouraged to graduate from high school or earn a high school equivalency degree and to either enter the workforce or pursue further training or post-secondary education pertinent to each participant’s chosen career in justice or emergency services.
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This program supports at-risk and court-involved youth that are still in school by providing:
- Exposure to the world of work in the career fields of justice and emergency services,
- Mentoring to encourage participants to complete a high school diploma or equivalency, and
- Supportive services that engage participants and deter them from engaging or reengaging with the criminal justice system.
Funding Information: Approximately $5,000,000 is expected to be available to fund approximately 5 grants.
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- Eligible Applicants
- Units of state, local or tribal government,
- Community- or faith-based organizations with 501(c)(3) non-profit status, including women’s and minority organizations
- Any Indian and Native American entities eligible for grants under Section 166 of WIOA.
- Applicants may include current or former DOL grantees;
- New applicants that have not received previous DOL grants are also encouraged to apply.
- Applicants must identify in their application the target area that will be served by the project.
- Applicants must justify the number of participants they propose to serve.
- Applicants are encouraged to locate their projects high-poverty, high-crime communities.
- Eligible Participants
- be between the ages of 16 to 21 years old on the date of enrollment;
- be enrolled in public or alternative secondary school at time of enrollment and have the potential to graduate within 2 years; and
- be a low-income individual, per WIOA sec. 3(36).
- the individual must be either a court-involved youth, or an at-risk youth, or both; that is, the individual must either have already come in contact with the juvenile or adult justice system, which includes those that have been diverted from the juvenile justice system prior to arrest (pre-arrest diversion) or be at risk of becoming involved in the juvenile or adult justice system.
How to Apply
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Interested applicants can apply via given website.
For more information, please visit Pathways to Justice Careers for Youth.
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