The purpose of this grant is to serve workers who are eligible for training under the TAA for workers program. The funds will be used to improve grantees’ ability to deliver education and career training programs that can be completed in two years or less, are suited for workers who are eligible for training under the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Workers program, and prepare program participants for employment in high-wage, high-skill occupations. $3,170,464. U.S. Department of Labor. October 2011 – September 2014.
(IWI) Workforce Development
Requested funding would have been used to remodel/restructure and furnish an educational center within the Science & Technology Park in Liberty, Missouri. MCC planned to offer education and customized training at this location. Not funded. Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City/Investment Connection Community Development Investment Partnership.
Funds cover a .25 job developer to place deconstruction and abatement trainees into jobs with qualified contractors for the KCMO East Patrol and Crime Lab construction project. $63,409 will be reimbursement to contractors for workers’ salary during on-the-job training. $85,000. Mid-America Regional Council. January 5, 2012 – August 31, 2013.
MARC, FEC and KC Source Link are the recipients. MCC is a subrecipient.
The objective is to accelerate bottom-up innovation in expanding business and
jobs in industry clusters that utilizes H-1B visas. Kansas City has chosen IT
and Advanced Manufacturing. MCC’s role is to provide credit and noncredit
training-entry level is excluded, for the unemployed and underemployed. $130,500. Mid-America Regional Council. October 2011 – September 2013.
Federal appropriation for training in environmental
programs as well as the delivery of healthcare training specifically targeting
residents of the Green Impact Zone. MCC programs are: Green Maintenance,
Medication Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Phlebotomy and Sterile Process. The
FEC is a partner and will cover the cost for 120 participants. $500,000. U.S. Department of Labor. June 30, 2011 – September 30, 2012.
The goal of this project was to train 28 individuals who are unemployed or underemployed for their successful completion of the CDL Class A certificate program and find placement on the job. Not funded. U.S. Department of Transportation.