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DEP SEEKS PARTNERS TO HELP YOUTH FROM OVERBURDENED COMMUNITIES BECOME TOMORROW’S ENVIRONMENTAL LEADERS



The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection is seeking to partner with up to five community-based organizations for the fourth year of its successful Youth Inclusion Initiative to help young people in overburdened communities get involved in environmental protection and support a more diverse workforce, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today.

 

Up to $100,000 is available to applicants who partner with the DEP to provide outreach, recruitment, supervisory support, professional job training, community building and exposure to post-program employment opportunities for youth from overburdened communities. 


Interested organizations, formally referred to as Community Host Organizations, can find the DEP’s request for proposal document by visiting dep.nj.gov/yii/rfp/.

 

Proposals are due by 5 p.m. on March 21.

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