New Jersey Administrative Code
Title 9A - HIGHER EDUCATION
Chapter 19 - RULES AND PROCEDURES FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SECURING OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE BOND ACT
Subchapter 1 - GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 9A:19-1.4 - Project eligibility

Universal Citation: NJ Admin Code 9A:19-1.4

Current through Register Vol. 55, No. 48, December 18, 2023

(a) In order for an application to be eligible for a grant, the county college must:

1. Document that it will use the career and technical education grants to:
i. Increase the capacity of the county college to offer stackable credential programs;

ii. Prepare students for high demand, technically skilled careers;

iii. Align the CTE programs with labor market demands or economic development goals, as set forth at N.J.A.C. 9A:19-1.6(a)2ii; and

iv. Demonstrate that it has an existing partnership, or will be entering into a partnership, with a county vocational school district and/or an employer or industry partner to provide technical education and training for current or potential employees;

2. Demonstrate that the project is construction ready;

3. Commit to providing matching funds to support no less than 25 percent of the costs of the project;

4. Commit to use the grant for the purposes described at N.J.A.C. 9A:19-1.3(b); and

5. Commit, by resolution of its governing board, to maintaining the capital improvement funded by the grant pursuant to the grant agreement.

Adopted by 52 N.J.R. 794(a), effective 4/6/2020

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