The EARN Maryland Program - Maryland’s new workforce training initiative

EARN Maryland funds worker training programs - 
      created by business, for business.

 

Implementation Grant Information - EARN Maryland Program

 

EARN Maryland – Important Dates

January 23, 2014

Conference for Planning Grantees. All Planning Grantees will be notified of time, location, and requirements via email. There may be a limited number of spaces available for interested emerging partnerships who did not receive Planning Grants. If interested, please contact us at earn.jobs@maryland.gov.

January 29, 2014

Solicitation for Implementation Grant (IG) Proposals released.

January 31, 2014

IG Pre-Proposal Conference will be held from 1:00pm – 3:00pm at:

Anne Arundel Community College
Robert E. Kauffman Theater
Pascal Center for Performing Arts (PCPA) 107

101 College Parkway
Arnold, Maryland 21012

**This Pre-Proposal Conference is open to all organizations and partnerships interested in applying for an EARN Maryland Implementation Grant, including those that received Planning Grants, those that applied for but did not receive a Planning Grant, and those who did not apply for a Planning Grant.**

March 31, 2014

IG Proposals Due. Submission requirements will be detailed in the Solicitation for IG Proposals.

May 2014

Implementation Awards Announced.

June 2014

Implementation Funding Begins.

 
Martin O'Malley, Governor Leonard J. Howie III, DLLR Secretary Anthony G. Brown, Lt. Governor

MARTIN O'MALLEY
GOVERNOR

LEONARD J. HOWIE III
DLLR SECRETARY

ANTHONY G. BROWN
LT. GOVERNOR

 
Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWE)

Maryland - Land of Opportunity - Department of Business and Economic Development