2018 Annual E-Report - Page 22

Over �3.1 Million Awarded In Additional Funding GRANT OPPORTUNITIES Three Grants Totaling 2018 GRANTS Del Mar College: �1,661,997.00 �1,000,000.00 �500,000.00 CHRISTUS SPOHN HEALTH SYSTEMS �161,997 CONSTRUCTION CONSORTIUM TPCO Train 531 New/Incumbent Employeeson Industry Related Skills. Train 556 Individuals Train 90 Individuals APRIL 11, 2018 OCTOBER 5, 2018 OCTOBER 5, 2018 2018 JOBS & EDUCATION FOR TEXANS (JET) GRANT PROGRAM Four Grants Totaling �858,895.00 Funding for public community and technical colleges and independent school districts for programs that focus on high-demand occupations. The Coastal Bend received Four Grants awarded by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) totaling �858,895. �272,196 �282,766 �251,828 �52,105 Coastal Bend College Corpus Christi Independent School District Gregory-Portland Independent School District Skidmore-Tynan Independent School District Welders,Cutters, Solderers & Brazers Welders, Cutters, Solderers and Brazers Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians Welders,Cutters, Solderers & Brazers �200,000.00 Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend (WFSCB) has been awarded a Totaling grant in the amount of to NEW! Apprenticeship Texas Grant encourage coordination with local industry and workforce partners to develop new Registered Apprenticeship (RA) Solutions Training Programs and expand existing has RA been training programs to in include new occupations Workforce of the Coastal Bend (WFSCB) awarded a grant the amount of �200,000 and to underrepresented populations. encourage coordination with local industry and workforce partners to develop new Registered Apprenticeship (RA) Training Programs and expand existing RA training programs to include new occupations and underrepresented populations. Career Pathways Totaling �401,000.00 Our Coastal Compass partner, Citizens for Educational Excellence (CEE), received �275,000 from the Lumina Foundation who named Corpus Christi one of its 23 Talent Hubs across the nation. This grant assists adults with some college and no degree finish their education in high demand occupations. Additionally, CEE received a �126,000 grant from the Trellis Foundation to design career pathways for students in high school and adults in our career centers to navigate their way from associate programs at our local community colleges to baccalaureate programs at local universities. WFSCB serves as a referral source and provides local labor market information and workforce services to CEE and program participants through Coastal Compass. 21 WFSCB Annual Report 2018