How to Apply for JLMC Funds
The NYS/UUP Joint Labor-Management Committees (JLMC) provide funding to employees in the Professional Services Negotiating Unit.
The JLMC programs promote diversity, assist employees who have been notified of being retrenched, are perceived to be at high risk of retrenchment, or who need retraining because of changing campus needs, support professional development, refine safety and health skills, and provide access to technological tools.
The following provides the process for applying for JLMC funding.
Select a Program
- Programs are listed under each committee in the Committees section.
- Make sure you read and understand the program guidelines before applying.
- Fill out and print the Application for the committee to which you are applying.
Read the General Program Information
- Make sure you read and understand the General Program Information.
- This section provides information pertaining to the disbursement of funds, including application follow-up, expenditure limitations, reimbursement of expenditures, acknowledgement of committee funds, equipment policy, and contacts.
- Read the Application Instructions
Fill out and print the Application and attach supporting documents that are required by the program guidelines for the program you are applying to.
- Have the Application signed by the campus president or designee and the UUP chapter president.
- For all programs except the Individual Development Awards, send the Application with supporting documents to the JLMC staff..
- The JLMC staff will send the applicant an acknowledgement of receipt of the Application and check for completeness, including related documents. Be advised that an Application with incomplete or missing information will not be considered.
- A complete Application and related documents will be sent to the appropriate
committee for it's consideration.
- The applicant will be notified within two weeks of the committee’s decision.
A Program Evaluation must be submitted to the JLMC office within 30 days of the completion of the project or activity, except for the Individual Development Awards (IDA) Program. A determination to submit a Program Evaluation for the IDA Program is made by each campus Professional Development Committee. Action on subsequent applications for JLMC funds may be postponed until the Program Evaluation is received.