21st Century Community Learning Centers
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Grants are awarded through a competitive process to local and intermediate school districts, universities, and other public or private community-based agencies, organizations, and programs, including faith-based organizations. These grant programs provide comprehensive community learning center services. Currently, there are 73 grants with 277 sites in 24 counties. Each site serves one or more schools. Grants are targeted at high-priority and low-income schools. Students must be offered after-school and summer programming for a minimum of four days a week, two and a half hours a day, for 32 weeks per school-year during out-of-school time, and six weeks in the summer. More than 300,000 students have been served since the inception of the program.
ANNOUNCEMENT OF 2018-2019 GRANT OPPORTUNITY
The Michigan Department of Education is pleased to announce the 21st CCLC grant program opportunity for 2018-2019. The purpose of the 21st CCLC grant program is to create community learning centers for those times when school is not in session. Programs must provide students with academic enrichment opportunities as well as additional activities designed to complement their regular academic program. These funds will be awarded through a competitive process to Local Education Agencies (LEAs), Community-Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith-based Organizations (FBO), and other public or private entities, or a consortium of these entities to provide comprehensive community learning center services.
A Notice of Intent to Apply is required no later than January 24, 2018 to allow Michigan Department of Education staff to provide login and access information to the online application. Submission of this notice is a prerequisite for this application. However, it does not obligate the organization to submit an application.
The direct link for the Notice of Intent to Apply is https://mdoe.state.mi.us/gems/public/QuestionnaireHome.aspx?code=i7tf8rwa
Attendance at the Request for Proposal (RFP) Technical Assistance Workshop on January 31, 2018 is strongly suggested to determine if your organization qualifies for the grant program and to better understand all existing/new/revised aspects of the RFP. The workshop will be held in Lansing from 12:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. A confirmation will be sent to registrants with addtional information.
The direct link for the RFP Technical Assistance Workshop registration is https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/1819RFPTA
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