Job Skills Program
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What is the Job Skills Program?
Washington's Job Skills Program (JSP) is training customized to meet employers' specific needs. Training is delivered to new or current employees at the work site or in a classroom.
What is the Purpose?
JSP training is a tool for enhancing the growth of Washington's economy and increasing employment opportunities. JSP provides funding for training in regions with high unemployment rates and high levels of poverty. It also supports areas with new and growing industries; locations where the local population does not have the skills needed to stay employed; and those regions impacted by economic changes that cause large-scale job loss.
A central focus of JSP is to provide training and employment for those at risk of losing their jobs due to technological or economic changes.
Who Can Apply?
JSP awards grants to licensed educational institutions in Washington. JSP funds half of the training cost; partner employers provide a cash or in-kind match to fund the other half.
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Job Skills Program Funding
As of July 1, 2015 $2.7 million is available for qualifying projects.
Job Skills Program Documents
2012-13 Job Skills Program Sample Application
*Note: this document is meant to be used as an aid and is not an official application. All applications must be sent to SBCTC through the Online Grant Management System (OGMS)
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