The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) grant awards are determined by a formula that estimates, by State, the relative demand for NFJP services.

The formula factors used to allocate funds for the NFJP were published in the Federal Register on July 11, 2019. This notice explains the purpose of the formula; i.e., distributing funds geographically by State service area based on each area's relative share of farmworkers who are eligible for enrollment in the NFJP. The data used in the formula are comprised of a combination of data sets that were selected to yield the relative share distribution across States of eligible farmworkers.

Program Year 2020 Grant Award Amounts
State Grantee(s) Amount
Alabama Telamon Corporation $801,605
Arkansas Arkansas Human Development Corporation $1,144,067
Arizona Portable Practical Educational Preparation, Inc. $2,538,153
California Total: Proteus, Inc.
County of Kern
Central Valley Opportunity Center, Inc.
West Hills Community College District
California Human Development Corporation
Total:
$14,260,485
$4,453,741
$2,493,027
$2,216,717
$1,029,429
$4,067,571
Colorado Rocky Mountain SER/Jobs for Progress, Inc. $1,347,060
Delaware/ Maryland Telamon Corporation $542,545
Florida Florida Department of Education $3,763,684
Georgia Telamon Corporation $1,671,697
Iowa Proteus, Inc. $1,588,068
Idaho Community Council of Idaho, Inc. $1,746,897
Illinois United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS), Inc $1,746,897
Indiana Proteus, Inc. $1,145,731
Kansas SER Corporation of Kansas $1,220,211
Kentucky Kentucky Farmworker Programs, Inc. $1,044,219
Louisiana Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $798,040
Michigan Telamon Corporation $2,129,494
Minnesota Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $1,629,902
Missouri United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS), Inc. $985,363
Mississippi Mississippi Delta Council for Farm Workers Opportunities, Inc. $1,026,761
Montana Rural Employment Opportunities, Inc. $628,528
North Carolina Telamon Corporation $2,638,326
North Dakota Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $828,016
Nebraska Proteus, Inc. $1,295,534
New Jersey PathStone Corporation $602,990
New Mexico Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $1,049,022
Nevada Oregon Human Development Corporation $190,893
New York PathStone Corporation $1,574,968
Ohio PathStone Corporation $1,417,710
Oklahoma ORO Development Corporation $1,007,381
Oregon Oregon Human Development Corporation $2,447,454
Pennsylvania PathStone Corporation $1,485,920
Puerto Rico PathStone Corporation $2,420,800
South Carolina Telamon Corporation $811,276
South Dakota Black Hills Special Services Cooperative $610,598
Tennessee Tennessee Opportunity Programs, Inc. $894,737
Texas Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $5,281,950
Utah Private Industry Council, dba Futures Through Training, Inc. $466,894
Virginia Telamon Corporation $1,002,595
Vermont PathStone Corporation $185,768
Washington Opportunities Industrialization Center of Washington $4,518,313
Wisconsin United Migrant Opportunity Services (UMOS), Inc. $1,639,775
West Virginia Telamon Corporation $155,408
Wyoming Motivation, Education and Training, Inc. $245,597

 

Incumbent Grant Recipients for Service Areas Not Covered under Funding Opportunity Announcement FOA-ETA-20-08

ETA was unable to make competitive awards in certain service areas under Funding Opportunity Announcement FOA-ETA-20-08, and plans to reopen the FOA to solicit competitive applications in these areas. In the interim, ETA awarded partial funding to the incumbent grantees listed below in the chart.

Incumbent Grant Recipients for Service Areas Not Covered under Funding Opportunity Announcement FOA-ETA-20-08
State Grantee(s) Amount
California Center for Employment Training $6,048,517
Connecticut, Rhode Island New England Farm Workers Council, Inc. $308,734
Hawaii Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc. $214,707
Massachusetts New England Farm Workers Council, Inc. $242,963
Maine Eastern Maine Development Corporation $219,257
New Hampshire New England Farm Workers Council, Inc. $77,060