Low Income Worker Training Program
The Low Income Worker Training Program helps workers whose incomes are at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty guidelines gain new skills necessary to move up the career ladder to higher paying jobs and greater economic self-sufficiency.
The program provides grants of up to $200,000 to Minnesota public, private, or nonprofit entities that provide employment services to low-income individuals. No match from grant recipients is required.
The goal of MJSP is to target short-term training for full-time employment in the growth sectors of the state's economy.
Projects average one to two years in duration.
Download a printer-friendly Low Income Worker Training Program Fact Sheet.
Please check the MJSP Board Meeting Schedule and the current Request for Proposal to determine if applications are being accepted for this program.