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Request for Proposals (RFP)#: R-89-15-0621 for

 

the WIA Youth Employment Program

 

All documents in .pdf format

In accordance with Governor Strickland’s and Lieutenant Governor Fisher’s Budget regarding services identified as Youth Employment Programs, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) releases this Request for Proposals (RFP) for the purpose of obtaining proper employment and training programs from Workforce Investment Boards (WIBs).  The WIBs must show how the proposed project(s) will provide employment and educational services to disadvantaged youth (defined in Section 3.2).  A WIB may, at its discretion, act merely as the fiscal agent for the proposed project or as a collaborating partner to provide direct services at the local and/or regional area.  At a minimum, the role of the WIB is to serve as the fiscal agent and subrecipient of the grant from ODJFS.  Detailed roles of the WIB and partners must be provided in the proposal submitted.  Partnerships with community agencies or businesses, including but not limited to private entities, employers, educational institutions, for-profit entities, and private not-for-profit entities, are mandatory.  As a result of this competitive process, ODJFS intends to select a minimum of twelve proposals to award funding to for youth project implementation. Proposals for innovative local or regional youth