Grant Writing Workshop Available at Clinton County Transit

  Grant Writing Training in St. Johns, MI - April 23-24, 2024 Clinton Area Transit System and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grant writing workshop in St. Johns, MI - April 23-24, 2024.  This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines.  Attend this class and you'll learn how to find the funding sources and write winning grant proposals. For event details visit: and experienced grant writers from city, county and state agencies as well as healthcare organizations, nonprofits, K-12, colleges and universities are encouraged to attend.Tuition is $495; however, for this class only you will receive a $100 discount with code "Special100". Pricing includes two days of terrific instruction, workbook, and access to our Alumni Forum that's packed full of tools, helpful discussions and sample grant proposals.Payment is not required at the time of registration. Online reservations are necessary. Complete event details including learning objectives, class location, graduate testimonials and online registration are available here.   Contact: Grant Writing USA888.435.7281 toll  

Baker Auto-Diesel Institute Job Fair

Automotive & Diesel Technician Career Fair Where: Auto/Diesel Institute     1400 M-52     Owosso, MI, 48867  Day:  April 3, 2024Time: 10:30 am to 1:00 pm Email *Register to be at the ADI Career Fair!We will have tables set up for you to advertise your business, open positions and any other items you would like to bring. We would like you to be here no later than 10:30 a.m. to set up. We are inviting our current and past students to come through between 11am and 12:30 pm.Space is limited so the first 20 companies to respond will get a table (there is potential to add more tables or another event date depending on responses). There is no cost to participate in this Career Fair.  You are welcome to bring snacks, bottled water, or other items such as swag to give to students.  The current enrollment is 20 students. Past students are invited.  WIFI will be available.Please answer the following questions to RSVP for this event:Business Name *List all who will be attending the Career Fair. *Select your industry or group you are interested in. *

  • [ ] Automotive
  • [ ] Diesel
  • [ ] Both

Will you need an electrical outlet? (You can bring laptops and/or monitors if needed) *

  • [ ] Yes
  • [ ] No

Do you need any special accommodations? If so what do you need? *

  • ( ) Yes (specify in "other")
  • ( ) No
  • ( ) Other:

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Congress Unveils Final FY24 THUD Bill Bus and Bus Facility Program Fully Funded TBC Supports Final Passage

 This week in Washington, House and Senate Appropriators unveiled six of the finalized fiscal 2024 spending bills, teeing up votes this week in both chambers that would head off a partial government shutdown Friday night. The six-bill package includes Agriculture, Military Construction-VA, Energy-Water and Transportation-HUD (THUD), along with the Interior-Environment and Commerce-Justice-Science measures. The bills fund the relevant federal agencies for the remainder of FY24, which goes through September 30, 2024. The final THUD bill fully funds the Bus and Bus Facility Program at levels authorized in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Full funding for bus programs was reflected in both the House and Senate versions, so we are pleased to see continued broad bicameral and bipartisan support for bus transit. We strongly support passage of the FY24 THUD bill and would encourage you to reach out to your Senators and Representatives to ask them to support the final package.Unfortunately, the $212 million plus-up for bus programs contained in the Senate bill was removed from the final version. This was not a surprise as we saw the costs of the housing programs escalate in the past six months and we remained in close contact with the appropriations committee about the challenges they faced. However, the THUD bill did include an additional $206 million in Congressionally Directed Spending for transit projects, most of which are bus related earmarks (new buses and facilities). These funds are above and beyond authorized levels.-Information courtesy of The Bus Coalition.             

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