Supporting Workforce Development in Puerto Rico
Develop digital tools to help job seekers find, train for, and succeed in jobs within high-growth industries, with particular focus on individuals in marginalized communities (i.e. youth, people experiencing homelessness, recent immigrants, families with housing choice vouchers, underemployed individuals, and NAP and TANF recipients).
Puerto Rico Department of Economic Development and Commerce, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Youth, job seekers, business owners, and municipal government leaders in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Creating Opportunities for Parent/Caregiver Engagement in Puerto Rico Schools
Develop potential new structures for parents and/or caregivers to meaningfully engage in Puerto Rico’s unique education system, providing the island’s schools a mechanism of accountability.
Puerto Rico Department of Education
Parents, caregivers, students, teachers, school administrators, and other local education stakeholders in Puerto Rico
Building Climate Change Resilience Through Public Transit
Create digital tools to help public transit agencies as well as state, regional, and local stakeholders identify transit infrastructure that is vulnerable to extreme weather events and/or can serve as community resources in emergencies.
U.S. Department of Transportation
Members of the public; transit agencies; local, regional, and state decision makers; climate adaptation/resilience and emergency preparedness professionals who provide local decision makers with expert guidance