Brief TAACCCT Approaches, Targeted Industries, and Partnerships
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The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant Program Brief 3
Lauren Eyster, Elissa Cohen, Kelly S. Mikelson, Christin Durham
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The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) grant program is a $2 billion federal workforce investment aimed at helping community colleges across the nation increase their capacity to provide education and training programs for in-demand jobs. This brief, one of four from the national evaluation of the TAACCCT grants produced by the Urban Institute under contract to the US Department of Labor, discusses TAACCCT grant approaches, industries, and partnerships. The three other briefs discuss TAACCCT grant goals, design, and evaluation; TAACCCT grantee characteristics; and early results from the TAACCCT grants.

Research Areas Education
Tags Workers in low-wage jobs Beyond high school: education and training Apprenticeships Community colleges
Policy Centers Income and Benefits Policy Center