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US Department of Labor awards $125 million in final round of Community-Based Job Training Grants

Wednesday, June 30, 2010 General News J E 4
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2010 Community-Based Job Training Grants (in order by grantee name)

Grant Recipients

City

State

Industry

Amount

Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education*

Montgomery

Ala.

Industrial Maintenance

$4,937,950

Alamo Community College District

San Antonio

Texas

Allied Health & Green Jobs

$2,546,538

Anne Arundel Workforce Development doing business as AAWDC*

Millersville

Md.

Cyber Security/Information Assurance

$4,953,036

Arkansas State University-Newport*

Newport

Ark.

Transportation & Agriculture

$4,326,254

Central Arizona College

Coolidge

Ariz.

Energy

$2,182,003

Crowder College

Neosho

Mo.

Health Care Technology

$2,776,953

East Central Community College*

Decatur

Miss.

Manufacturing, Health care and Information Technology

$1,778,702

Everett Community College

Everett

Wash.

Health Care

$4,844,998

Flathead Valley Community College

Kalispell

Mont.

Health Care

$2,951,196

Florida State College at Jacksonville

Jacksonville

Fla.

Port Operations

$2,983,141

George C. Wallace  Community College*

Dothan

Ala.

Nuclear Energy

$2,995,970

Grayson County College Foundation, Inc.*

Denison

Texas

Hospitality

$1,028,500

Hagerstown Community College

Hagerstown

Md.

Energy Tech

$1,794,617

Hennepin Technical College*

Brooklyn Park

Minn.

Biotech Manufacturing

$2,615,965

Indianapolis Private Industry Council Inc.*

Indianapolis

Ind.

Information Technology

$2,953,783

Jewish Vocational Service*

Los Angeles

Calif.

Homeland Security

$3,000,000

Lake Land College

Mattoon

Ill.

Green-Building, Retrofitting and Solar

$2,542,762

Mohawk Valley Community College*

Utica

N.Y.

Cyber Security

$2,778,237

Neosho County Community College*

Chanute

Kan.

Health Care

$1,589,510

New England Institute of Technology*

Warwick

R.I.

Health Information Technology

$2,836,489

Northeastern Junior College*

Sterling

Colo.

Wind Energy

$1,323,000

Peralta Community College District-Merritt College

Oakland

Calif.

Green Construction and Energy Management

$2,905,394

Polk State College

Winter Haven

Fla.

Manufacturing

$2,911,597

Portland Community College

Portland

Ore.

Health Care

$4,841,299

Research Foundation on behalf of Borough of Manhattan Community College*

New York

N.Y.

Health Care

$2,999,619

Roane State Community College*

Harriman

Tenn.

Emerging Advanced Materials – Carbon Fiber & Solar Energy

$2,865,166

Salt Lake Community College

Taylorsville

Utah

Digital Art

$2,702,436

San Jacinto Community College District*

Pasadena

Texas

Health Care

$4,766,636

San Mateo County Human Services Agency*

Belmont

Calif.

Energy

$2,565,640

Santa Monica College

Santa Monica

Calif.

Recycling & Resource Management

$4,877,451

St. Johns River Community College*

Palatka

Fla.

Health Care

$1,992,479

St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment

St. Louis

Mo.

Green Jobs, Health Care, and IT

$4,404,781

State Center Community College District*

Fresno

Calif.

Health Care

$2,999,913

Suffolk County Community College

Selden

N.Y.

Renewable Energy

$1,877,305

Valdosta Technical College Foundation Inc.*

Valdosta

Ga.

Health Care

$3,422,075

Vincennes University

Vincennes

Ind.

Construction Trades

$1,046,571

Virginia Highlands Community College*

Abingdon

Va.

Health IT

$4,754,578

Westmoreland County Community College*

Youngwood

Pa.

Natural Gas Drilling & Production

$4,964,534

Workforce Solutions of North Central Texas*

Arlington

Texas

Logistics

$2,786,003

Yuut Elitnaurviat – Peoples Learning Center Inc.*

Bethel

Alaska

Vocational Training

$2,588,658

Zane State College

Zanesville

Ohio

Energy

$2,988,261

*Denotes a first-time Community Based grant recipient

TOTAL = $125,000,000

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