Qualified entities are invited to submit funding proposals to the New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities, according to a memo from the New Jersey Department of Education.

Proposals must relate to improving access to and the provision of education and transition services for those with intellectual and developmental disabilities that align with Employment First or they must relate to increasing the number of such individuals engaged in competitive, integrated employment.

To be considered, prospective applicants must submit full project proposals to NJCDD. Visit the NJCDD website to learn more about the project requirements and submission timeline.