- Mobile workforce training providers
- Healthcare providersEducation providers
- Technology-based businesses
- Employers working with the blind, visually, or hearing impaired, or persons with disabilities
- Employers hiring for positions considered high demand and high wage from the Kansas Department of Labor with a minimum Demand Score of 20. Verification may be determined at the following link: High Demand/ High Wage Kansas Jobs.
Award amount requested (Dollar amount)
Matching funds committed (Dollar amount)
Entity name and address
Project manager and contact information
SAM.gov entity registration and UEI number
Project description and scope
Provide a detailed explanation of the grant funds to be utilized. A narrative should include detailed information on training needs, impact of training funding, and a description on services already provided.
Project funding need
Provide reasoning as to why the grant is being requested and what other sources and amounts of funding have been pursued for this project. Include any pending funds or funds that are to be applied for in the next 12 months. Also include the impact of the project compared to the need of the community.
Project budget and narrative
Provide a detailed budget with expected expenditures required for the success of the project. Include information regarding matching funds and the timeline of their use.
Verification of available or contingent matching funds.
Provide details on the time frame for completion of the project with the funds awarded. All projects must be completed by May 31, 2025.
Project bids and estimates
Attach any bids or estimates you have received for your Project. Please attach any architectural or engineering reports that are relevant for your Project, as well as quotes for services or training needs.
Three letters of support
Letters of support should come from Local Workforce Development Boards, Local KANSASWORKS Workforce centers, local or county governments, supply chain providers, vendors, community foundations, or other interested parties.
IRS Form W-9
Risk assessment questions