Maine Department of Labor: Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan (MJRP)
Learn how the Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan (MJRP) can meet your needs
The MJRP invests in programs, resources and other forms of support to promote an equitable economic recovery for all Mainers. Find out how the plan can meet your unique needs below:
As MDOL’s MJRP resources become available via RFA/RFP, grant announcements will be posted here:
- Maine Apprenticeship Program expansion: The Maine Department of Labor is seeking proposals from businesses, unions, education and training providers, community-based organizations, workforce development organizations, and/or current or potential Apprenticeship intermediaries to create new and expand existing registered Apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship opportunities in Maine. Additional information:
- Peer Workforce Navigator Pilot: The pilot program from the Maine Department of Labor will engage with organizations that work closely with underserved populations who have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic to connect them to employment, skills development, and resources for needs such as child care and transportation. Additional information and grant materials:
Learn more about how the Maine Jobs and Recovery Plan can meeting your unique needs:
During late September and early October, the Maine Department of Labor and State Workforce Board conducted a total of seven listening sessions with more than 200 participants—representing statewide partners, local area workforce boards, employers, union representatives, services providers and community-based organizations.