Workforce Development Training
Idaho’s Workforce Development Council has approved $500,000 to fund workforce development projects serving youth or adults and benefitting localized and/or rural efforts.
The micro-grant program, paid out of the Workforce Development Training Fund (WDTF), will provide up to $25,000 per award and is designed to fund projects on a smaller scale than the WDTF grants. Any community-based organization, school, employer, local government entity or economic development organization can apply on behalf of a community partnership. Successful projects will increase employment and wages of the community’s workforce and/or will contribute to the state’s goal of having 60 percent of 25-34 year-olds achieving a degree or certificate and assist in stemming the out-migration of youth and young adult workers from Idaho communities.
» Learn about the criteria for applying for a micro-grant
» Frequently asked questions
HOW TO APPLY
- Click the button below to download the Word document.
- Save the Word document to your computer.
- Click through and fill in the Word document on your computer, then email the completed Word document to Jill.Kleist@labor.idaho.gov
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Print out the Word form, fill in the information and fax the completed application to (208) 799-5007.