Support Our Aging Population through Geriatrics Workforce Training Programs and Family Caregiver Support Programs

To address this looming workforce shortage, please join us in supporting funding for programs to increase the number of health care professionals dedicated to serving our growing senior population, support family caregivers who play an essential role caring
for the health and wellbeing of their loved ones, and provide evidence-based research to support both health care workers and family caregivers.

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Support Funding for Workforce Programs

Please join us in requesting the Appropriations Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education provide substantial investments in federal workforce programs authorized by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) for Fiscal Year
2019.

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Support Funding for Career and Technical Education in FY19

As co-chairs of the bipartisan Congressional Career & Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, we ask you to join us in sending a letter to appropriators requesting strong funding for the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act (Perkins) in the FY 2019
Labor, Health and Human Services and Education appropriations bill.

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Support Funding for the High School Equivalency (HEP) and College Assistance Migrant (CAMP) Programs

Children of farmworker migrant and seasonal workers are some of the most disadvantaged and at-risk students in the country. They have one of the highest drop-out rates and encounter tremendous obstacles in completing high school and pursuing higher education.
For nearly 50 years, the HEP/CAMP program has been successful in helping to close the access and completion gaps for many farmworker migrant and seasonal worker students by providing tutoring and other services and assistance to help them succeed in higher
education.   

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Support Funding for the High School Equivalency Program and College Assistance Migrant Program

Children of farmworker migrant and seasonal workers are some of the most disadvantaged and at-risk students in the country. They have one of the highest drop-out rates and encounter tremendous obstacles in completing high school and pursuing higher education.
For nearly 50 years, the HEP/CAMP program has been successful in helping to close the access and completion gaps for many farmworker migrant and seasonal worker students by providing tutoring and other services and assistance to help them succeed in higher
education.   

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