CareerSafe Online has worked with State and Federal funding programs so that all students have a chance to receive their OSHA 10-Hour cards.
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Some of those funding opportunities are below:
PERKINS FUNDS: All Perkins-supported programs focus on developing problem solving skills, higher-order reasoning, applied knowledge that contributes to academic learning, and occupation-specific skills. The CareerSafe Online program has been federally approved for Perkins spending and is categorized as an Industry Recognized Credential under Perkins.
WIA FUNDS: Workforce Investment Act Funds were established for the purpose of training and procurement of employment opportunities. WIA funds are available through local workforce boards across the country.
TITLE I IMPROVING THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DISADVANTAGED: Title I grants reach 12.5 million children with funding of over $13.5 billion. Title I goes to local educational agencies (LEAs) to supplement State and local education funding in high-poverty schools. Learn more...
WAGNER – PEYSER 7(B) FUNDS: Wagner-Peyser 7(b) Discretional Funds are provided by the State Governor for each individual State. Allotments can be up to $500,000 dollars. If you are interested in helping CareerSafe apply for Wagner-Peyser funds within your State please contact our outreach team.
TITLE II, PART D EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY STATE GRANTS: This educational technology program provides $700 million to the states and the funds can be used for a variety of educational and administrative technology purposes. The grants require that 25% of the funds be spent on professional development, unless a professional development program has already been implemented. Learn more...
CORPORATE CONTRIBUTIONS: CareerSafe® Online is currently working with SkillsUSA and Lowes to provide Federal OSHA 10-Hour training to SkillsUSA students Nationwide. If you are interested in applying for CareerSafe vouchers through the SkillsUSA and Lowes grant please visit the SkillsUSA website.
LOCAL CONTRIBUTIONS: Numerous schools and districts have reached out to their community businesses to help provide Federal OSHA 10-Hour trainings to their students.
MINI GRANTS: Private or nonprofit foundations, as well as government programs can provide mini grants. Mini grants are usually around $500, but can be between $100 and $5000. Mini grants are free money that never has to be repaid if obligations were met. Mini grants are not usually renewable and are meant to fund one-time expenses, but you can apply each year. How to Apply For A Mini Grant