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Grant Partners

Liberty County Economic Development Corporations           

The Cleveland Community Development Corporation, the Dayton Community Development Corporation, and the Liberty Community Development Corporation have been, and continue to be, strong partners of the LCWA.  They are an integral part of The Academy. Collectively, these organizations have contributed a significant amount of funds enabling The Academy to provide local employers with trained employees to meet today's workforce demands while improving the quality of life in the communities they represent.  Not only do these groups provide scholarship assistance for job training needs, but they are actively involved in the daily operations and oversight of the Liberty County Workforce Academy.


The Houston-Galveston Area Council has awarded LCWA a grant in the amount of $25,000 to cover  operating costs for       2009-2010.  H-GAC's continued support promotes the growth and success of LCWA and is greatly appreciated.

Texas Department of Agriculture

LCWA has been awarded a Parallel Pathways to Success Grant through the Texas Department of Agriculture.  The grant is in the amount of $100,000 to help cover operating expenses for 2009-2011.  Through this grant, LCWA will be able to continue provide training that prepares students for the workplace.

Department of Labor

Lee College was recently awarded a grant through the Department of Labor.  The grant includes LCWA.  The grant will continue to help provide funds for students enrolled in classes offered through Lee College.

LCWA has been awarded $300,000 through the Launchpad Funds by Texas Comptroller Susan Combs.  LCWA was one of nine non-profit organizations from across the state to receive this grant.  Grants are awarded to non-profit organizations that prepare low-income students for careers in high-demand technical occupations, such as welding, computer support, engineering technology, nursing, and allied health professions.