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|Statement||submitted to U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration ; submitted by Social Policy Research Associates, Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University.|
|Series||Research and evaluation report series -- 00-D., Research and evaluation report series (Washington, D.C.) -- 00-D.|
|Contributions||United States. Employment and Training Administration., Social Policy Research Associates., Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. Center for Human Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
Abstract: This report was prepared as an Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. The demonstration programs and Model Centers are alike in attempting to incorporate and adapt school-to-work principles in their services to out-of-school youth. This report presents findings regarding design and implementation of school-to-work (STW) efforts in Job Corps Model Centers. Following an introduction, Chapter two argues that Jobs Corps constitutes a natural context for implementing STW systems because its traditional practices to some degree provide a solid foundation on which to lay STW by: 1. Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. It includes information on program design, funding, school- and work-based learning activities, measurement of outcomes and methods of sustaining the Demonstration Projects' accomplishments. Profiles for all of the individual projects in the report are also given.
Título: Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers final report for the Out-of-School Youth Demonstration Creador: no defined Género: Impresora: DIANE Publishing Identidad Clave: 2EfOSffyq-oC Código del libro: Oficiales de Idiomas: El número de hojas: Job Corps is the largest Free residential education. and job training program for young adults ages 16– We connect you with the skills and education. you need to get the career you want! Explore The Perks. Explore Job Corps Benefits. and find your local center. Find Your Purpose. Earn your high school diploma! explore academic programs. Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers -- Final Report for the Out-of-School Youth Demonstration() National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants¿ Literacy Skills() National Job Corps Study: Job Corps Applicants' Programmatic Experiences (Final Report. Serving Out-of-School Youth Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act () Farhana Hossain. The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)signed into law in ,, is the first ma-jor update in nearly 15 years to guide how the public workforce system helps job seekers access educa-tion, training, and Size: KB.
Get this from a library! Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers: final report for the Out-of-School Youth Demonstration. [United States. Employment and Training Administration.; Social Policy Research Associates.; Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. The T-Kit on Educational Evaluation in Youth Work will be used throughout the training. This training course is actually for individuals who are youth workers, youth leaders, coaches (in non-profit youth work), project coordinators/project managers, junior trainers, and non-profit mentors that are working/volunteering in small to large-size. The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law in , is the first major update in nearly 15 years to guide how the public workforce system helps job seekers access education, training, and ed with its predecessor — the Workforce Investment Act of (WIA) — the new law puts greater emphasis on serving out-of-school youth . This Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstrationand Job Corps Model Centers Final Report clearly spells out the huge challenges we face in changing the way we do business in our classrooms, shops, communities, as well as the liaison coordinated and maintained with the business communities.