The EARN Maryland Program - Maryland’s new workforce training initiative

EARN Maryland - Industry-Led Partnerships, Bridging Maryland.s Skills Gap, Driving Growth

 

Grant Solicitation Appendices

 

Except as indicated, the documents below are available in Word format (download Word viewer for free) and Excel format (download Excel viewer for free).

DLLR is now posting the "Sample EARN Maryland Reporting Template" referred to in Section 3.4.3. We apologize for the delay in providing this template. Please Note: Lead Applicants ARE NOT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THIS FORM FOR THE MARCH 31 SUBMISSION DEADLINE. Rather, DLLR is providing this sample template at this stage to provide applicants with guidance on reporting requirements for the Workforce Training Plans funded by Implementation Grants.

At present, applicants should use this sample template only to inform your planning process, and the design of any data-collection. Once Implementation Grants are awarded, each Awardee Partnership will be required to report additional information, such as specific "return on investment" measures (referenced in Sec. 3.4.2 of the IG Solicitation), unique to that Partnership.

Download the Sample EARN Maryland Reporting Template (Excel, 43KB)

 

Watch EARN Maryland Implementation Grant Pre-Proposal Conference, recorded January 31, 2014, On Demand
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Accompanying PowerPoint Presentation (PowerPoint document, 8.5MB, download PowerPoint viewer for free

 
 
Martin O'Malley, Governor Leonard J. Howie III, DLLR Secretary Anthony G. Brown, Lt. Governor

MARTIN O'MALLEY
GOVERNOR

LEONARD J. HOWIE III
DLLR SECRETARY

ANTHONY G. BROWN
LT. GOVERNOR

 
Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation

Maryland Workforce Exchange (MWE)

Maryland - Land of Opportunity - Department of Business and Economic Development