21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) Request for Proposals (RFP)
The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) released the FY18 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Request for Proposals. This competition is seeking to fund applicants who will operate 21st CCLC programs beginning in the 2017-2018 school year. To learn more about 21st CCLC rules, regulations, and guidance, please visit the U.S. Department of Education website or the GaDOE’s website.
Applicants will have the option of completing and submitting their 21st CCLC proposal(s) entirely online. Please visit the 21st CCLC RFP website to view the FY18 RFP and Technical Guidance regarding this option. Although applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their proposal(s) online, hard copy submission(s) via mail or hand delivery is still available. Please visit the GaDOE’s website to download the FY18 RFP and its associated forms. It is strongly recommended all online applicants read the online RFP and Technical Guidance prior to beginning their proposal(s). Both of these documents can be found on the 21st CCLC RFP website homepage.
Applicants are encouraged to submit a Notice of Intent to Apply form online, via email, or via fax no later than October 28th. Although not required, submitting a Notice of Intent to Apply will provide our staff the additional information necessary to help facilitate the RFP process. All proposal applications must be received by January 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM.
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Afterschool Care Program Statement of Need (SoN)
The Afterschool Care Program within the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) provides federal funding to non-profit organizations and public agencies who serve youth and families during the out-of-school time. To be eligible, programs must serve youth and families within low-to-moderate income communities and the foster care system.
The goals of the DFCS Afterschool Care Program are to:
- Strengthen youth-serving organizations and institutions by providing funding that increases their capacity to design, implement, and sustain quality youth development programs and services;
- Provide opportunities for youth to establish positive relationships with their peers and caring adults during traditional non-school day hours; and
- Provide technical assistance to organizations and agencies as they implement services and activities that support their youth’s overall well-being as they prepare for and transition into young adulthood.
If you have questions about the Afterschool Care Program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .