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Urban Sites Selected for Youth Opportunity Grants
March 6, 2000


Alabama
Birmingham:
Birmingham/Jefferson County Job Training – $5,000,000

Arizona
Tucson/Pima County
$7,000,000

California
Los Angeles
$11,000,000 (Watts & Eastside of Empowerment Zone)

San Diego:
San Diego Workforce Partnership – $7,000,000

San Francisco:
PIC of San Francisco
$7,000,000

Colorado
City and County of Denver
$5,000,000 (Denver’s Enterprise Community)

Connecticut
Hartford
:
Capitol Region Workforce Development Board
$7,000,000

District of Columbia
Washington, D.C.
:
Department of Employment Services – $8,000,000

Florida
Tampa/Hillsborough County
$6,000,000

Kentucky
Louisville:
Louisville and Jefferson Counties Workforce Investment Board
$7,000,000

Massachusetts
Brockton
:
Brockton Area Private Industry Council – $4,500,000

Boston:
Economic Development Industrial Corporation – $6,000,000 (Boston’s Enterprise Zone)

Michigan:
Detroit
$11,000,000

Maryland
Baltimore
:
Office of Employment Development – $11,000,000

Missouri
Kansas City:
Full Employment Council, Inc.
$4,000,000

New York
Buffalo:
Buffalo and Erie County Private Industry Council
$7,948,615

Oregon
Portland:
Work Systems, Inc.,
$5,000,000

Ohio
Cleveland
$7,000,000

Pennsylvania
Philadelphia:
Workforce Investment Board of Philadelphia – $5,000,000

Tennessee
Memphis and Shelby County
$6,500,000

Texas
Houston
:
Houston/Galveston Area Council – $11,000,000 (Houston’s Enhanced Enterprise Zone Harris County)

San Antonio & Bexar:
Alamo Workforce Development Board – $11,000,000

Washington
Seattle
:
Seattle- King County Private Industry Council – $4,500,000

Wisconsin
Milwaukee
:
Private Industry Council of Milwaukee County
$6,000,000

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