Work Grants Program – Apr 30
U.S. Bank Welcomes Applications for Work Grants Program
U.S. Bank welcomes applications for its Work Grants program, which supports organizations and programs that help small businesses thrive, provide pathways to higher education, and enable people to gain greater financial literacy and succeed in the workforce.
To that end, grants are awarded in the following categories:
Workforce Grants — Grants will be awarded in support of organizations that provide training for small business development, as well as programs that support individuals across all skill and experience levels, with the aim of ensuring they have the skills needed to secure employment that supports them and their families. Examples of grant support include small business technical assistance programs and job-skills and career readiness training programs with comprehensive placement services for low- and moderate-income individuals entering or reentering the labor force.
Pathways for Educational Success — To address the growing need for postsecondary education in securing competitive jobs in the workplace, U.S. Bank supports organizations and programs that help low- and moderate-income and at-risk middle and high school students prepare for community college, university, trade, technical school, and career readiness programs, as well as programs and initiatives at postsecondary institutions that support access to career and educational opportunities for low- and moderate-income students.
Financial Well-Being — Programs that positively impact K-12 and college student financial literacy, adult and workforce financial literacy, senior financial fraud prevention, and/or military service member and veteran financial literacy.
To be eligible, applicants must be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or be a municipal entity.
See the U.S. Bank website for complete program guidelines and application instructions.
Deadline: April 30, 2020
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