Building Capacity for Career Pathways in Comprehensive Schools (Cohort 2) Year 2
Division: Teaching and Learning
Office: Career Readiness
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The goal of the Building Capacity for Career Pathways in Comprehensive Schools Year 2 NGO is to “increase access and opportunities for New Jersey students to participate in high-quality career and technical education programs in comprehensive high schools, delivered through career pathways leading to high-skill, high-wage and in-demand careers. This limited-competitive grant will build off the successful (previous) grant, “Building Capacity for Career Pathways: A Pilot Program for Comprehensive High Schools”.
The overall expected outcomes of this grant program are to:
- Increase the number of students participating in high-quality CTE programs through career pathways;
- Improve career preparation of students;
- Increase the number of students attaining industry-valued and postsecondary credentials during high school, and who are eligible to continue education and credential attainment in a career pathway after graduation; and
- Provide technical assistance to build capacity for model career pathways statewide, creating a community of experienced and knowledgeable educators, industry, and postsecondary partners.
The NJDOE is offering this NGO to Cherry Hill Township, Collingswood Borough, Neptune Township, and Pitman; the four districts selected through a competitive process in Year 1. Applicants may apply for up to $168,750 in year two. This is the second year of a four-year program.
Based on the availability of state vocational aid, this second year of this four-year grant program will begin February 1, 2023 and end on January 31, 2024
Eligible Agencies: Cherry Hill Township, Collingswood Borough, Neptune Township, Pitman
Approximate Number of Awards: 4
Grant Program Type: Continuation
Total Amt. Available: $675,000
Application Due Date: 3/30/2023