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K12 SWP Request for Application 2020/2021 (Revised 9-8-2020) (PDF) K12 SWP Regional Plans
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Key Consortia Contacts K12 Pathway Coordinator Timeline

The Regional Plan for each California Community College Regional Consortium are located at the following websites:

Region Link to Regional Plan
Bay Area http://regionalplan.baccc.net 
Central/Mother Lode http://crconsortium.com/our-roadmap-strong-workforce-data/ 
Inland Empire/Desert http://www.desertcolleges.org/swp/plan/ 
Los Angeles http://www.laocrc.org/about/strong-workforce-program/los-angeles-county 
Orange County http://www.laocrc.org/about/strong-workforce-program/orange-county 
North/Far North https://nfnrc.org/swp/
San Diego/Imperial Counties http://myworkforceconnection.org/sdic-strong-workforce/plan/ 
South Central Coast http://sccrcolleges.org/strong-workforce-program/community-college-swp/

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2020/21 K12 Strong Workforce Program - Round 3 Funding


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