Third Sector News and Updates July 2019 Third Sector Awarded $2,000,000 to Advance California Workforce Outcomes Over the next two years, Third Sector will work with up to five nonprofit grantees of The James Irvine Foundation’s Better Careers Initiative and up to ten local government agencies to advance economic opportunity in California through a $2M grant from the Foundation. Third Sector will facilitate partnerships between Better Careers grantees and public service agencies to co-design improvements on California’s public workforce funding system and pursue better outcomes in economic opportunity for the people …
The $100 million Social Impact Partnerships to Pay for Results Act (SIPPRA) is a federal funding opportunity to scale outcomes-driven solutions that benefit communities across government funding silos. Round 2 Applications for Feasibility Study will soon be open during Fall this year.
State and local governments are invited to explore outcomes-oriented readiness through Round 2 funding, which will be used to cover 50% of the cost of a Feasibility Study. Third Sector looks forward to supporting communities and is available to partner with agencies to create an Outcomes Implementation Plan in
The Annie E. Casey Foundation & Third Sector Form a Learning Consortium to Scale Innovations in Workforce and Education/TrainingYouth & Young Adult Post-Secondary Success Convening in Baltimore on April 29-30th — Hosted and supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation
The Annie E. Casey Foundation and Third Sector staff led a two-day convening on how to align data, public funding, policy, and programs to improve outcomes for 18-24 year-old youth & young adults through community colleges’ platforms.
50+ attendees represented state departments of Labor, Education, and Human Services; workforce boards; community and technical colleges; service providers; universities; and state data centers from nine Southern and Southwestern states (AR, KY, MD, MS, NE, NM, RI, TX, & VA).
Each state formed a “team” of experts to work directly with Third Sector staff before and