Monmouth County, N.J., funds by Employment and Training Administration
Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.
Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.
|COUNTY OF MONMOUTH||$2,319,896||
WIA Dislocated Workers WIA Adult $9,386,433 CFDA 17.258, WIA Dislocated Workers, $32,706,420 CFDA 17.260, WIA Youth, $20,834,103 CFDA 17.259
This spending item is part of a $62,926,956 allocation. See details
|Employment and Training Administration||2/17/2009|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$553,343||Provide targeted technical assistance to state teams in the areas of manufacturing and health care.||Employment and Training Administration||6/30/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$499,904||Provide OJT templates and tools targeted to high growth sectors. The templates created include Quick Start Action Planners, Individiual Employment Plans, web based training curriculum and marketing materials for employees and customers to be used by WIB'||Employment and Training Administration||4/23/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$297,018||Provide virtual and analytical technical assistance through the development of online information about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Grantees, through the development of sub-pages for grantees, by providing support to the ARRA Community of P||Employment and Training Administration||4/01/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$174,362||Provide blended e-Learning strategy (webinars, podcasts, and pre-recorded events), presenation of content (content development, Innovatins in Action), presentation of content (Recovery Clearinghouse), robust workforce solutions (newsletter, workforce solu||Employment and Training Administration||4/28/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$56,708||Provide on-line technical assistance support for the champions training webinars, as well as grants capacity building webinars and best practices dissemination webinars as well as posting and maintaining an Online Toolkit on the Workforce3One website.||Employment and Training Administration||6/30/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$49,878||Host webinars on Rapid Response as well as technology and functionality upgrades to the Rapid Response Community of Practice.||Employment and Training Administration||6/30/2010|
|GROWTH TRANSITIONS, INC||$12,513||Provide the logistics and execution of three interactive training webinars; work integrally with the Integrated Intake/Effective Case Management work group.||Employment and Training Administration||6/30/2010|
|BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE INC||$1,800||Panelist reviewed applications received applications against defined evaluation criteria and provided a written assessment of applications' strengths and weaknesses.||Employment and Training Administration||11/09/2009|