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Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program Expansion Grant Application

The Career and Technical Education (CTE) Program Expansion Grant Application consists of the submission of this MS Excel workbook, supporting documents, Long-Range Facilities Plan (LRFP) reports, and a School Facilities Project Application to the NJDOE's Office of School Facilities (OSF).

Districts may submit one grant application for each school campus. A school campus is defined as a parcel of land that is non-contiguous with other properties serving district students. One campus may accommodate one or more schools in one or multiple buildings, and the grant application may address all or select schools and buildings on the campus. A separate grant application must be submitted for each campus. If more than one application is submitted for a campus, only the first application to be submitted will be considered.

Carefully review the CTE Program Expansion Grant Preliminary Guidelines and Securing Our Children's Future Bond Act and regulations to ensure grant eligibility and application requirements are addressed. Links to these documents are provided below.

All questions should be emailed to:
CTEgrant@doe.nj.gov.

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