The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) is a nationally-directed, locally-administered program of services for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their dependents. Career Services and Training grant recipients help farmworkers and their dependents acquire necessary skills to either stabilize or advance in their agricultural jobs or obtain employment in new industries. To support better economic outcomes for farmworkers, Housing grant recipients work to meet a critical need for safe and sanitary permanent and temporary housing. The NFJP is an integral part of the public workforce system and a partner in the nationwide network of American Job Centers. Additionally, NFJP partners with the Monitor Advocate System to ensure farmworkers have equitable access to career services, skill development, and workforce protections offered by American Job Centers, so they may improve their living and working conditions.
For more information, see the National Farmworker Jobs Program Fact Sheet and visit the Agricultural Connection Community.
- TEGL 18-16, Change 1: Program Eligibility and Enrollment Guidance for the National Farmworker Jobs Program
- TEGL 23-20, Change 1: Corrected Attachment III to Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 23-20
- TEGL 10-21: PY 2022 Planning Guidance for National Farmworker Jobs Program Career Services and Training Grantees and Housing Grantees
- Federal Register Notice: PY 2022 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Section 167, National Farmworker Jobs Grantee Allotments
NFJP Grant Recipients:
California Career Services and Training Grantees
- Center for Employment Training
- Central Valley Opportunity Center Inc.
- California Human Development Corporation
- County of Kern - Employers Training Resource
- Proteus, Inc.
- SER Jobs for Progress National, Inc.
- West Hills Community College District