May 15, 2018 Daily Announcements
Funding Opportunity - Environmental Protection Agency – Fiscal Year 2018 and 2019 National Wetland Program Development Grants
- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is soliciting proposals from eligible applicants for projects that develop or refine state/tribal/local government wetland programs as a whole, or individual components of those programs. See “Related Content #1”
Funding Opportunity – Department of Energy (DE), Golden Field Office - Building America Industry Partnerships and Research Priorities for High Performance Housing Innovation – 2018, DE Funding Opportunity
- The mission of Building Technologies Office (BTO) Residential Buildings Integration (RBI) Program is to accelerate energy performance improvements in existing and new residential buildings using an integrated building systems approach to achieve peak energy performance. See “Related Content #2”
Government Accountability Office (GAO) Issues “Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Observations on Employment and Training Programs and Efforts to Address Program Integrity Issues”
- SNAP is the largest federally funded nutrition assistance program. In fiscal year 2017, it provided about $63 billion in benefits. See “Related Content #3”
DOL Newsletter for May 11, 2018 - More Apprenticeships, More Opportunity
- The Department of Labor’s weekly newsletter is now available. This week's edition covers apprenticeships and other topics! See "Related Content #4"
Nez Perce Tribe in partnership with the University of Idaho, College of Natural Resources on a project funded by the National Science Foundation under the Innovative Teaching Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST).
The project is seeking candidates to apply for two graduate assistantships interested in earning a master’s degree (non-thesis) in a twelve consecutive month period starting this August 2018. Location of the graduate program is the beautiful mountain community of McCall, Idaho at the McCall Outdoor Science School. The project title is “Building STEM Identity of Native Children using Unmanned Arial Vehicles and Remote Sensing Technologies”. This project works with high school students attending Lapwai High School located in the town of the Nez Perce Tribe’s tribal headquarters. For information, contact: Dr. Karla Eitel at firstname.lastname@example.org or Kay Seven, Nez Perce Tribal Education Department at email@example.com. See "Related Contents #5"