General operating support for educational and career counseling programs and services to low-income DC adults.
Grants Made in 2011
Employment and Training Programs $309,000
General support to provide job training and placement services to disabled DC immigrants.
General operating support for computer training to low-income, unemployed, under-employed, and homeless DC adults.
Support of the STRIDE (Search Together to Resume Dignified Employment) Program which provides job training and support to DC women transitioning from homelessness to independent living.
Support of the Services for Homeless Families Program which provides job readiness and support to DC adults transitioning from homelessness to independent living.
Support of programs and services which provide job readiness and job placement support to DC adults who reside in the Brookland Manor public housing complex.
Support for the publication and release of the DC Prisoner Reentry Initiative final report.
General support for workforce development programs and initiatives.
Support for the Legal Services Program which provides legal assistance and advice to low-wage DC workers on employment matters.
General operating support of the Council’s efforts to improve the DC workforce development system.
Support of the Homeless Services Unit that provides case management to homeless individuals in DC and links them to treatment, benefits, training, employment, and housing.
To support the Child Development Associate program which provides job training to immigrant women in DC.
For support to provide refurbished computers to low-income DC households and computer training labs in small nonprofits.
Support for literacy and re-entry programs provided to DC juveniles incarcerated in the DC Jail and federal prisons.
To support the training and education of DC adults as home care aides.
General operating support of programs and services that help unemployed DC residents obtain and retain employment.
General support of English as a Second Language (ESL) programs and computer training provided to the DC immigrant community.
General operating support for case management services that assist low-income and unemployed DC adults to obtain employment, housing, and other public supports.
Support of the Education and Employment Center which helps homeless women in DC obtain employment.
Support of the Employment Services Program which is provided to incarcerated and recently released DC women.
Support for ROC-DC’s COLORS Opportunities for Workers workforce development program.
Support for programs and services that help DC adults transition from homelessness and substance abuse addiction to independent living which includes substance abuse recovery, housing, and employment.
Support for the Next Steps Program which helps DC adults set and attain goals that include obtaining employment and participating in job training programs.
Support of GED preparation and job readiness training to Ward 8 adults.
General support of mentoring program that assists unemployed DC residents to obtain employment.
Support of job-readiness, placement, and retention programs for difficult-to-employ DC residents.
Support of the Employment Services Program which provides internships, job readiness, and job placement to homeless adults in DC.
Support for the Alumni Services Program which helps disconnected DC youth transition to employment or job training.
General operating support for programs and services provided to men and women in the DC Jail.
General operating support of educational, vocational training, and job placement programs for DC adults with a primary focus on ex-offenders.
For support to provide Career Connections workshops and the DC Metro Area Self-Sufficiency Calculator to DC adults.
Impact Grants $23,955
To support a feasibility study of obtaining a new outcome tracking database. The feasibility study will investigate the type of database needed and also the likelihood of Byte Back’s ability to raise the necessary funds.
To support for the 2011-2012 DC Catalogue.
To support for a Micro Project which will provide one Jovid grantee organization with pro-bono consulting services.
To support to hire a consultant for a feasibility study to identify a software platform and associated costs for a shared client database. Project is a collaborative effort between Southeast Ministry, Byte Back, and Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington.
To support hiring a consultant to guide the organization’s transition to a new Executive Director and to provide board development and support during the transition.
Institutional Support $3,500
General operating support for the DC library/learning center and free workshops provided to DC area nonprofit staff and volunteers.