Grant Details

State Institutions Serving Incarcerated Youth and Young Adults (New Hampshire)

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    Funder Type

    State Government

    IT Classification

    B - Readily funds technology as part of an award


    New Hampshire Department of Education


    The purpose of these grants is to support and improve career and technical education (CTE) opportunities for incarcerated youth and young adults or young adult offenders (ages 14-24). Where institutions are required to segregate gender groups, separate proposals must be submitted for each gender group. If gender separation is not institutionally necessary and coeducational programming is planned, only one proposal should be submitted.

    In awarding grants, the NH Department of Education will give priority to projects in the following order (starting with the highest priority):

    1. Support CTE programs for incarcerated youth and young adults that result in nationally recognized credentials (e.g., postsecondary certificate, OSHA 10, ServSafe, American Welding Society certification, Microsoft certifications, etc.);
    2. Support to improve CTE courses and initiatives including Career Clusters for incarcerated youth and young adults between the ages of 14-24 that lead to highskill, high-wage or high-demand occupations;
    3. Supporting partnerships among correctional institutions, secondary CTE Centers, Institutions of higher education, and, as appropriate, other entities, such as employers or labor organizations to enable incarcerated youth and young adults to achieve state academic standards and career and technical skills;
    4. Support for CTE programs that offer experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of industry.

    History of Funding

    Approximately $95,000 was available in FY17.

    Additional Information

    CTE in New Hampshire: Their mission is to promote career and technical education as a total educational philosophy for our state which will ensure that every citizen of New Hampshire graduates from high school ready and prepared for higher education and the world of work.

    The Bureau of Career Development provides leadership and support for the career and technical education (CTE) system at both secondary and postsecondary levels. This system provides education in career pathways leading to further education and employment opportunities. Activities include, but are not limited to
    • Managing the use of federal CTE funds for program improvement at secondary and postsecondary institutions;
    • Supporting career guidance through the development and implementation of career pathway plans of study (CPPOS) that document secondary to postsecondary education connections;
    • Overseeing a system of 28 secondary regional career and technical centers and sub-centers;
    • Making provisions for the delivery of apprenticeship related instruction;
    • Evaluating and approving the renovation of facilities at the secondary regional CTE centers;
    • Carrying out federal and state laws, rules and regulations pertaining to CTE in New Hampshire.


    Jennifer Kiley

    Jennifer Kiley
    101 Pleasant St
    Concord, NH 3301
    (603) 271-3535

  • Eligibility Details

    Applications will be accepted from:
    • Correction agencies for incarcerated youth and young adults or young adult offenders (ages 14-24), including correctional institutions operated by county authorities in New Hampshire;
    • Private and/or non-profit organizations may also participate in grant-supported activities in partnership with a state or county correctional institution, but the lead applicant in the project needs to be the institution

    Deadline Details

    The deadline to submit an application was June 1, 2018. A similar deadline is anticipated, annually.

    Award Details

    Approximately $65,000 is available for one-year grants under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006.

    Separate grants will be awarded for projects that serve female and male populations, where the genders are institutionally segregated. Single grants will be awarded for projects that serve both genders, where the genders are not institutionally segregated. Proposals may be for any amount up to the total amount available.

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