St. Croix, V.i., 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.
|VI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR||$3,983,835||Unemployment Insurance Federal Extension of Emergency Unemployment Compensation Benefits, Sec 2001 of Assist. for Unemployed Workers & Struggling Families Act, Recovery Act||Employment and Training Administration||8/31/2009|
|VIRGIN ISLANDS DEPARTMENT LABOR||$2,094,243||WIA Dislocated Workers WIA Youth CFDA # 17.259 ($ 817,044.00): To provide employment related services and high quality work experience. Adult CFDA # 17.258 ($327,487.00) Dislocated CFDA # 17.260 ($949,712.00)||Employment and Training Administration||2/17/2009|
|VIRGIN ISLANDS DEPARTMENT LABOR||$780,013||Employment Service/Wagner-Peyser Funded Activities To provide individuals with a wide range of employment related services as well as individuals who are receiving Unemployment Compensation.||Employment and Training Administration||2/17/2009|
|VI DEPARTMENT OF LABOR||$433,125||Unemployment Insurance Federal Increase in Unemployment Compensation Benefits ($25 weekly), Sec 2002 of Assist. for Unemployed Wrkrs & Struggling Families Act, Recovery Act||Employment and Training Administration||8/31/2009|
|VIRGIN ISLANDS DEPARTMENT LABOR||$269,887||Senior Community Service Employment Program To provide subsidized, parttime, community service work-based training for low income persons aged 55 or older.||Employment and Training Administration||2/17/2009|
|U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR||$112,824||Unemployment Insurance Unemployment Insurance||Employment and Training Administration||9/18/2010|
|VIRGIN ISLANDS DEPARTMENT OF LABOR||$73,693||Unemployment Insurance Unemployment Insurance||Employment and Training Administration||12/21/2009|