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These programs touch upon a number of major issues.
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This grant will provide general purposes support to aid the National Skills Coalition, a 3,200 member, multi-sector coalition of skills development organizations, in its efforts to explore ways to expand its knowledge, expertise, and relationships in the adult workforce development field to inform public policy regarding the education and workforce skills needs of low-income youth. This grant will help the organization, and the adult workforce development field, expand and deepen its knowledge base and advance policies that address the education (especially postsecondary) and career training needs and aspirations of low-income youth.
This grant will provide general purposes support to Focus: HOPE to continue to deliver its comprehensive workforce training, education, social supports, childcare, and food distribution services to low-income residents in Detroit. For nearly five decades, Focus: HOPE has been a national leader in innovative and sustaining solutions to positively impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of individuals across southeast Michigan through its unique blend of education and training, basic needs, neighborhood development, and local economic development efforts. Continued general purposes support is critical to help the organization sustain its programming during Detroit's socioeconomic rebirth and the dynamic shifts in the regional labor market, especially for low-income youth. This renewal grant continues support for Focus: HOPE's plan to address the issues confronting the neighborhoods in the immediate area surrounding its campus, while leveraging support from other sources including foundations, businesses, and public-sector partners to sustain the organization's efforts to serve the community.
This grant increase will support the Nebraska Statewide Afterschool Network in hosting an afterschool and summer science, technology, engineering and math systems building institute for statewide afterschool networks and partners. The institute will provide participants an opportunity to share best practices and emerging models, while working with national experts at the forefront of afterschool and summer science, technology, engineering and math.
The Mott Foundation, through its four grantmaking programs, funds a variety of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and projects throughout the United States, which together receive about three quarters of the Foundation’s grant funds each year.
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