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Grant opportunity – CVPP Job Readiness Training

Posted by Admin On January - 8 - 2014

The Illinois Community Violence Prevention Program (CVPP) Youth Employment Program (YEP) will support approximately 1,800 youth who will be placed in summer jobs and receive mentoring during the summer of 2014.

To help prepare CVPP youth for their summer employment and future careers, they will be provided job readiness training (JRT), a foundational learning experience that will strengthen their job skills for both current and future employment opportunities.

ILAACP seeks to identify a grantee to deliver a “Training of Trainers (TOT),” up to 80 hours of instruction, to train approximately 170 people using the already-developed JRT curriculum.

An applicant technical assistance session will be held on January 16th. Please register by January 15th at NOON. Request for proposal is due January 31st at 5:00 PM. For more information about this Request for Proposal, please visit http://ilaacp.org/cvpp-rfp/.

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