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Stakeholders - Green Profiles from Environmental Scan

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10/02/09 03:45PM

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Recovery Act: Department of Energy Announces Availability of $100 Million to Support Workforce Training for the Electric Power Industry

The Department of Energy has announced the availability of $100 million in funding from the Recovery Act to support workforce training for the electric power industry. This initiative will expand job creation and career advancement opportunities associated with smart grid and electricity transmission projects and will help establish training programs for workers in the utility industry and electrical manufacturing sectors who will play a key role in modernizing the country's electrical grid.

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09/25/09 10:34AM

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Registered Apprenticeship: Stepping Up to the President's Challenge

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09/23/09 10:43AM

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Leveraging Registered Apprenticeship as a Workforce Development Strategy for the Workforce Investment System

Training and Employment Guidance Letter 02-07. July 12, 2007

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03/30/09 11:46AM

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Rebuilding Green: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Green Economy

The BlueGreen Alliance and the Economic Policy Institute just released Rebuilding Green: The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and the Green Economy. Page 33 of this report is essentially a one-page summary of the DOL grantee Utility Workers Union of America that has three sites (in CA, NJ, and MA) and received close to $5 million. There are introductory paragraphs that mention the $500 million appropriated to DOL through the Recovery Act to train workers for green jobs.

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03/10/11 10:20AM

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Jobs Round Up: White House Banks Investing to Fuel Economic Activity

Several developments in the job market spell good things for the millions of workers in the economic doldrums. The unemployment rate dropped to 9 percent, shedding .4 percentage points from the December 2010 report. Separately, the Department of Labor introduced a new website to help guide budding workers into more vibrant sectors of the economy, and the White House unveiled an innovation report that stresses greater funding for new technologies.

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02/06/11 05:16PM

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ASCC/TTD Apprenticeship and Re-train classes attract local workforce

The Apprenticeship and Re-train classes currently underway at the Trades & Technology Division (TTD) of the American Samoa Community College (ASCC) have attracted a large number of tradesmen seeking professional certification, as well as workers displaced by the recent cannery closure and seeking an alternate career. Funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Apprenticeship and Re-Train classes offer workers in the community a chance to upgrade their skills or learn the basics in a new field, a strategy designed to foster stability in the local economy by keeping individuals employed.

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11/15/10 10:15PM

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IBEW, Educators Break Ground with Habitat

19 “pre-apprentices” will build a house at 2028 Palmyra Road SW in Warren, Ohio along with the adults who will live there.

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09/08/10 01:04PM

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The State of Michigan Increase Support for Apprenticeship (MRAP) Program

Update: On July 26, 2010 - The State of Michigan's Chief Workforce Officer and Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth Acting Director Andy Levin announced that the State of Michigan will increase support for specific apprenticeship programs from $1,000 to $5,000 per apprentice to better meet the workforce needs of Michigan employers.

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08/12/10 03:23PM

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Wisconsin to receive $4.55 million in federal worker training funds

Wisconsin to receive $4.55 million in federal worker training funds. $300,000 of which will be used for Apprenticeship Health Care Expansions.

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07/12/10 11:44AM

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US Department of Labor announces $1.8 million in grants to support women in non-traditional occupations

The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a total of $1.8 million in funding to six organizations in California, Illinois, Maryland, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania as part of the Women in Apprenticeship and Non-traditional Occupations Grants program. The awards will support partnerships between the grantees and currently existing Registered Apprenticeship programs to ensure that women have training opportunities and career support to succeed in non-traditional occupations in growing sectors of the economy.

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06/14/10 10:34PM

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DOT Announces Funding Opportunity for TIGER II Discretionary Grants

The Department of Transportation (DOT) announced the availability of funding and requests proposals for the National Infrastructure Investments. DOT has also announced selection criteria and pre-application and application requirements. Like the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER Discretionary Grants), these TIGER II Discretionary Grants are for capital investments in surface transportation infrastructure and are to be awarded on a competitive basis for projects that will have a significant impact on the Nation, a metropolitan area, or a region. Click on 'view page now' for full application requirements.

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06/01/10 11:07PM

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Coverage of "WOW" Program

A program run by Wider Opportunities for Women trains women for jobs in a green economy, including in construction trades. Reporter Desmond L. Marshall followed one of those women to her first day of work as a cement mason.

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05/25/10 10:18PM

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Economic Recovery- The View from Where You Stand

Attached is the transcript of the live chat held on May 18, 2010. The chat was moderated by John Ladd, Administrator, Office of Apprenticeship & Training Administration. Read about what's happening locally around employment and apprenticeship opportunities, economic recovery and more!

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05/25/10 10:25AM

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Economic Recovery: The View from Where You Stand

We want to hear from you on what the employment and apprenticeship opportunities look like in your area. Are you seeing signs of recovery in your area? How has ARRA made a difference in your community? How can we get more coverage like the recent CNN piece? To participate in this event, log in to the Apprenticeship Chat page (http://21stcenturyapprenticeship.workforce3one.org/page/chat) at 2pm EST on May 18th and participate in our inaugural open Chat dialogue!

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05/11/10 11:25AM

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Economic Recovery: The View from Where You Stand

We want to hear from you on what the employment and apprenticeship opportunities look like in your area. Are you seeing signs of recovery in your area? How has ARRA made a difference in your community? How can we get more coverage like the recent CNN piece?

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05/11/10 11:23AM

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Economic Recovery: The View from Where You Stand

We want to hear from you on what the employment and apprenticeship opportunities look like in your area. Are you seeing signs of recovery in your area? How has ARRA made a difference in your community? How can we get more coverage like the recent CNN piece?

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05/11/10 11:23AM

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Energy Efficiency Workforce Needs Training

The Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently conducted a study of the (EESS) energy efficiency services sector workforce needs. In its’ findings, there’s a shortage of formal training programs in energy efficiency and a need for more funding to train the trainers also and is a high demand right now. This growth is in part due to the funding for energy efficiency programs both federal and state budgets through the use of American Recovery Reinvestment Act Funding.

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04/19/10 02:19PM

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Kentucky's Use of $750,00 ARRA Funds and Apprenticeship

After the Pre-Apprenticeship training phase the plan would be for the participants to graduate directly into Registered Apprenticeship programs.

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04/16/10 03:32PM

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