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Organization Information:

Information about the organization that is providing the regional workforce initiative, including name, mailing address, phone numbers and Web site address. Please note that information concerning your specific workforce program will be entered in the Program Information section below.

All fields are required. If your organization does not have a Web site, then complete the form and then print it. Fax the completed form to the attention of "KnowledgeWayWORKS Road Map" at 703-742-7607.

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Program Information:

Information about the specific regional workforce initiative, including name, description, Web site address and contact data. To further define the program, you must select a type of activity, a target group and a geographic location, which are explained below.

One organization may have more than one regional program.

All fields are required. If the program does not have a specific Web address, use the same one that you used for Organization URL. If your organization does not have a Web site, then complete the form and then print it. Fax the completed form to the attention of "KnowledgeWayWORKS Road Map" at 703-742-7607.

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Type of Activity:

  • Career Counseling and Development - Activities such as skill assessment and counseling that focus on creating an awareness of various career opportunities and strategies in pursuing them.

  • Education and Training - Activities that focus on developing applicable skills.

  • Placement - Activities that focus on attracting and placing individuals in organizations in the information technology industry.

  • Community Support and Advocacy - Support activities, such as child care, transportation and housing assistance as well as advocacy and community building activities.

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