Government Contract | California
Summer and After School Youth Employment and Education Program

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000466699

Bid Title: Summer and After School Youth Employment and Education Program

Agency Bid No. Title: SASYEP 2016

Received Date: 01/25/2016

Close Date: 02/23/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Alameda County, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 01/28/2016 03:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to: Since July 1, 2007, the Alameda County Social Services Agency/Department of Childrenand Family Services (SSA/DCFS) has operated under a Title IV-E flexible funding waiver.The SSA through its Department of Workforce and Benefits Administration (SSA/WBA)has operated the Countys CalWORKs benefits and services program since 1998. Thissubsidized youth employment and education project financed with Title IV-E Waiverfunding and CalWORKs funding supports SSA goals to improve self-sufficiency and wellbeingfor transition-age youth, and to establish lifelong permanent adult connections.This RFP calls for lead or sole provider agencies to provide programmatic, fiscal, andreporting administration for age-specific cohorts of youth residing in defined geographicservice regions within Alameda County. The service delivery arrangement willcorrespond to age and geographic residency in four defined service regions in AlamedaCounty, except for young adults. Bidders may submit separate funding applications(See Attachment No. 1, Bid Response Packet), for one or more service regions andone or more age ranges within each service region. The County will maintain the rightto determine fund award levels and related units of service based on number of awardsto be recommended and within the threshold of funding available for this project.The purpose of this youth employment and education program is to enhance the wellbeingand increase the self-sufficiency of transition-age youth, who, as a group, areoverrepresented in the homeless population, face significant education andemployment barriers, are more likely to be involved with the criminal justice system, aremore likely to have children before they are 21, and whose children are often likely tospend time in the foster care system. By assisting child welfare involved andCalLearn/CalWORKs head of household youth and young adults in improving theireducation and employment skills, it is the intention that those youth and young adultswill become more independently competitive in the workforce and less reliant ongovernment programs and aid.

Product Code: 95283

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: County of Alameda

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Naima Jameson Social Services Agency / Contracts Office, 2000 San Pablo Ave., 4th floor, Oakland, California, 94612

Phone: 510-267-8632




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