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Requests for Proposals (RFPs) - In Date Order


Vocational Rehabilitation Services Acrobat Reader

New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation (NHVR) is currently seeking proposals from all interested parties such as community rehabilitation programs, school districts, employers, community-based organizations, post-secondary institutions, faith-based organizations, single agency, or agency/organization consortiums, non-profits and others, who have experience working with students with disabilities who are transitioning to the workforce or post-secondary education. At the heart of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is the encouragement of creative and collaborative efforts to affect the changes necessary that will successfully implement WIOA. A specific plan for collaboration with employers will be a significant component of successful responses to this RFP.

Submission deadline has been extended to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday, January 19, 2016.

Contact: Kevin Stevenson, M.S., New Hampshire Vocational Rehabilitation, Kevin.Stevenson@doe.nh.gov or (603) 271-5024

 

Career and Technical Education Incentive Grants for Eligible Secondary Participants Career and Technical Education Incentive Grants for Eligible Secondary Participants, Acrobat Reader

The New Hampshire Department of Education’s (NH DOE) Career Development Bureau solicits proposals for Incentive Grants awarded under the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006. The following announcement provides funding priorities, selection criteria, and application procedures. There is a total of $100,000 available from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006; 100% federal funds.

This Request for Proposals solicits program improvement projects that:

  1. Relate to increasing and sustaining access to and enrollment in career and technical education programs; or
  2. Relate to the increased use of Perkins data-driven decision making in curriculum and instruction; or
  3. Develop and integrate standards-based academics with a career-relevant, sequenced curriculum following industry-themed pathways that are aligned to high-skill, high-wage, high-growth jobs in the current regional economy, or in emerging regional economic sectors; or
  4. Ensure that career pathway programs are designed and implemented in a manner that leads students to a post-secondary degree or certification in a high-skill, high-wage, and high-growth or emerging field; or
  5. Prioritize work-based learning opportunities for students in partnership with regional business and industry, state and local government entities, and nonprofit and community-based organizations; or
  6. Are deemed by the Career Development Bureau to be a project that is targeted toward increasing access to career and technical education programs for special populations, including individuals with disabilities; economically disadvantaged backgrounds, including foster children; students preparing for non-traditional careers; single parents, single pregnant students; students with limited English proficiency; and displaced homemakers.

Applicants must meet all of the following criteria to be eligible:

  • Be a designated NH career and technical education center or an approved regional program, eligible to receive Perkins funds;
  • Be able to demonstrate the benefit to a career and technical education center, program, and/or students, immediately and sustainably;
  • Be responsible, liable, and oversee financial, program, and post-award reporting requirements.

Applications are due on or before 3:00PM Eastern on February 1, 2016

Contact: Jennifer Kiley, Bureau of Career Development | (603) 573-0600 | Jennifer.Kiley@doe.nh.gov

 

E³ Fatherhood Program Process Evaluation Consultant Acrobat Reader

The New Hampshire Department of Education is seeking proposals for an organization or individual to assist the E³ Fatherhood Program in the area of program evaluation. A successful applicant will provide a narrative and work plan detailing their expertise and approach to meeting the following priorities:

Program Process Evaluation:

• Design a research plan for examining the internal functioning of the program.

• Analyze data obtained from plan for internal and external distribution.
Program Outcome Evaluation

• Design a research plan for examining the desired outcomes of the program participants.

• Analyze data obtained from research plan for internal and external distribution.

Proposals are due by 4:30 pm on February 12, 2016.

Contact: Richard Feistman, Ph.D., Bureau of Integrated Programs, (603) 271-8315, Richard.Feistman@doe.nh.gov

 

Teen Fatherhood Curriculum Family Life Education Consultant Acrobat Reader

The New Hampshire Department of Education is seeking proposals for an organization or individual to assist the E³ Fatherhood Program in the area of Family Life Education. A successful applicant will provide a narrative and work plan detailing their expertise and approach to meeting the following priorities:
Teen Fatherhood Curriculum

• Design a curriculum that addresses research-based family needs of adolescent fathers and their families.

• Implement curriculum with NH non-profits and social services.

Proposals are due by 4:30 pm on February 12, 2016.

Contact: Richard Feistman, Ph.D., Bureau of Integrated Programs, (603) 271-8315, Richard.Feistman@doe.nh.gov

 

Teen Fatherhood Transition to IHE Consultant Acrobat Reader

The New Hampshire Department of Education is seeking proposals for an organization or individual to assist the E³ Fatherhood Program in the area of Institute of Higher Education (IHE) transition. A successful applicant will provide a narrative and work plan detailing their expertise and approach to meeting the following priorities:

Teen Fatherhood Transition to IHE:

• Explore and establish relationships with IHEs in New Hampshire in order to institute best methods to address the needs of teen fathers.

• Establish relationships between NH IHEs and the E³ Fatherhood Program, establishing procedures for enrolling fathers into IHEs and preparing them on the processes of successfully completing an advanced degree.

Proposals are due by 4:30 pm on February 12, 2016.

Contact: Richard Feistman, Ph.D., Bureau of Integrated Programs, (603) 271-8315, Richard.Feistman@doe.nh.gov

 

 

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