|GRANTEE ORGANIZATIONS||AMOUNT||PURPOSE OF GRANT|
|Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University
|$935,000 over three years||To prepare women for careers in global supply chains and operations through a Center for Supply Chain and Logistics and a multi-disciplinary graduate program including critical management and leadership skills.|
|Center for Science Teaching and Learning, Inc.
Rockville Centre, NY
|$441,190||To assist disengaged youth in finding employment through STEM-based manufacturing careers, while building a skilled workforce for the manufacturing industry in New York.|
|National Dropout Prevention Network
|$1,500,000 over three years||To cultivate skilled workers by introducing 24,000 students in New York City, rural Kentucky and Mississippi to STEM and manufacturing careers through online content and coaching for teachers.|
|Excel Institute, Inc.
|$100,000||To provide career skills, technical education and job placement for low-income adults with only a high school diploma or GED in DC, while addressing the city's growing need for mid-level skilled workers.|
|Hot Bread Kitchen
New York, NY
|$1,500,000 over three years||To create career opportunities in food manufacturing for highly skilled immigrant and minority women by expanding a paid culinary workforce development program.|
|114th Partnership, Inc.
|$270,000||To increase STEM engagement for 20,000 students through Spark 101’s free, short, career-based case study videos connecting high school coursework to STEM careers, specifically those in advanced automotive manufacturing.|
|Project Lead The Way
|$1,000,000 over two years||To introduce a hands-on Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) course in 40 high schools. CIM highlights manufacturing career pathways and teaches students about manufacturing processes, product design, robotics, and automation.|
|ReSOURCE: A Nonprofit Community Enterprise Burlington, VT||$100,000||To fill the gap between training and employment for high school students and recent graduates facing economic and social barriers to success with manufacturing skills and training aligned to the requirements of local manufacturing jobs across Vermont.|
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