Application deadline approaching for youth groups building 21st Century skills

Application deadline approaching for youth groups building 21st Century skills

The city will be accepting grant applications until noon on May 25 from non-profits that work with Sacramento youth to build 21st Century Skills. One-time funding of $500,000 has been set aside specifically for small non-profits whose budgets are under $250,000 a year (grants will range from $10,000-$25,000). Follow this link to find out more information and apply. (en Español)

 "Let's focus on who needs help and attention the most" - April 12, 2018

"Let's focus on who needs help and attention the most" - April 12, 2018

Focus Areas

This request for proposals (RFP) solicits proposals from  community-based, non-profit organizations to provide programming to youth ages 10-24 that promote 21st century skill- building. This funding is one time only. The areas of 21st century skills that are targeted in the Plan and examples include the following:

  • Leadership skills – consciousness-raising, civic engagement;
  • Workforce development skills - career and educational awareness, job readiness training, work-based learning experiences, transition planning and support;
  • Life skills - financial literacy, independent living;
  • Resiliency skills - adaptability, critical thinking, problem-solving, reflection, strategies to deal with stress, conflict resolution, self-care; and
  • Social emotional skills - self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, interpersonal skills, self-efficacy, growth mindset.
Mayor's Gallery - May 2018: Dan Tran

Mayor's Gallery - May 2018: Dan Tran

Sacramento residents will have lots of time, places to vote this year

Sacramento residents will have lots of time, places to vote this year