Wake Technical Community College of Raleigh, NC served as the lead applicant in partnership with Capital Area Workforce Development Board to secure a $3.9 million TechHire Partnership Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor for a cybersecurity career pathway training project that expects to serve at least 450 future workers. Project SECURE (Supporting and Enhancing Cybersecurity through Upwardly-mobile Retraining and Education) is a collaborative effort involving Wake Tech, CAWDB, Wake County Economic Development, the City of Raleigh, Durham Workforce Development Board, and local employers. Read more about the project on our blog post “Wake Tech Receives $3.9M TechHire Grant.”

GrantProse is honored to have been part of the collaboration that developed the Project Secure proposal for the TechHire grant competition.