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Workforce for Georgia Grant Program

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The Georgia Foundation for Public Education, in partnership with the Georgia Power Foundation, Inc., is pleased to announce the applications for the second round of the Workforce for Georgia Grant Program (formerly known as the Workforce Development Grant Program) to open on July 18, 2022. The grant program provides school districts, that offer Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education (CTAE) through traditional high school programs or through College and Career Academies (CCA), with support to invest in implementing or scaling programs to better serve students and instructors in the continuation of programs and/or program alignment of educational and training pathways to meet workforce needs of local and regional communities’ industries and businesses. Up to $1,000,000 will be awarded in grant support from Georgia Power Foundation, Inc.


Funding Timeline

Grant Application opens

Q&A Webinar

Grant Application Due

July 18, 2022

July 21, 2022 at 2:30 pm

Click here to attend the webinar on TEAMs

(Please click on the link above on July 21, 2022 at 2:30 PM  to join the webinar)

August 15, 2022


Eligibility and Availability

To encourage collaboration within the school districts to work together to identify the greatest needs in the communities and schools, only one application per school district will be accepted. Recipients and applicants of the Workforce Development Grant in 2020 are eligible to apply again. Eligible programs and schools can apply for:

Establishing a new pathway based on sufficient evidence of need/demand

Expansion or Capacity Building for Existing Pathway

up to $50,000

up to $25,000

The full Request for Proposal (RFP) information and link to apply will be posted on both the Georgia Foundation for Public Education website and the Georgia Power website on July 18, 2022.

Grant Portal
Grant Portal
Grant Success

“Thank you so much for the grant that helped our program to be successful...We greatly look forward to next year and how we can expand our program to reach even more students. Again, thank you for your generous support.”  --Chandra Steele, Pike County Schools