Adult Education & Vocational School Zero-Emission Vehicle Technology Training Project
What does it fund?
New or expanded zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) technology workforce training and development programs and training curricula within California adult education and vocational schools.
Who is eligible for funds?
California-based, accredited, non-profit adult education or vocational school institutions, and other California-based non-profit education and workforce training entities.
Are there any recent policy changes?
How does this program provide benefits to priority populations?
The project directly supports the unique needs of priority populations and benefits accredited adult education and vocational school training programs in or serving Assembly Bill 1550 low-income and Senate Bill 535 priority populations by providing workforce and job training, skill development, and professional development to allow for clean transportation job readiness and placement.
How do I access funds?
Eligible entities may apply through a competitive statewide solicitation, once posted.
Cumulative Outcomes as of November 2022
- $1.5 million allocated
- All funds benefiting priority populations
- This program does not have quantified emissions benefit reductions
- Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
Last updated: August 2023