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Grant Allocations & Awards: FY2013

Fund Code: 340
Community Adult Learning Centers

Funds Allocated: $ 4,494,277 (Federal)
Funds Requested: $ 41, 636,643 (Fund Codes 340 and 345)
Purpose: The purpose of this grant program is to establish free access for eligible undereducated and limited English proficient adults, age 16 and older, to highly effective adult basic education services in the sixteen Workforce Investment Areas in the Commonwealth. The purpose of the services is to assist adult students to achieve their educational and career goals as family members, workers, and community members, and prepare them to successfully take their next steps toward those goals, in college and further training, at work, and in the community.
Number of Proposals Received: 101 (Fund Codes 345 and 340)
Number of Proposals Recommended: 19
Number of Proposals Not Recommended: 23 (Fund Codes 345 and 340)
Result of Funding:Over 2,900 adult learners will receive Adult Basic Education or English for Speakers of Other Languages at Community Adult Learning Centers throughout the Commonwealth.
RecipientAmount
Asian American Civic Assoc Inc./Boston$216,400
Community Action Inc./Haverhill82,146
Ecumenical Social Action Committee/Boston175,000
Educational Development Group/Boston77,595
Holyoke Community College256,938
Jewish Vocational Service/Boston533,778
Lutheran Comm. Services of Mass./Worcester135,000
Mass Career Development Inst./Springfield171,924
Massasoit Community College160,432
Mount Wachusett Community College625,600
North Shore Community College/Beverly169,220
Notre Dame Ed Center /Lawrence222,725
Operation Bootstrap/Lynn508,176
SER - Jobs for Progress Inc./Fall River397,025
Springfield Public Library195,695
Training Resources of America/Quincy100,000
Training Resources of America/Springfield135,593
University of Massachusetts/ Dartmouth (also received 345 funds)161,030
W.A.I.T.T. House, Inc/Roxbury170,000
Total Federal Funds$4,494,277


Program ContactExt.
Anne SerinoASerino@doe.mass.edu3801


Last Updated: July 12, 2012
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