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Resources

  • Collaboration with Community Colleges: Offers strategies for workforce investment systems on developing partnerships with community colleges and providing an academic bridge to out-of-school youth.
  • Collaboration with Employers: Contains ideas for state and local workforce investment systems on developing partnerships with businesses nationwide.
  • Lower Living Standard Income Level Guidelines: Includes income charts  are used by state and local workforce investment areas to determine income eligibility for WIA programs for youth and certain adult services, in addition to the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.
  • Technical Assistance Tools: Includes a range of tools and materials to assist local workforce investment professionals responsible for WIA youth programs
    • Newsletters:
    • FlashFax: Contains the latest information and resources on topics such as workforce development, youth advocacy, training and technical assistance, juvenile justice and more.
    • Youth Resource Connections : Provides important announcements and information for state and local practitioners, youth, and other partners interested in youth development.
  • Laws and Regulations: Identifies specific youth activities  may be found in the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 & Final Regulations
  • Advisories and Memorandums: Provides a list of the Department's most recent policy (Training and Employment Guidance Letters) and letters (Training and Employment Notices)
  • Performance and Results: This web page assists users in understanding how performance is measured, reported, and evaluated at ETA.
  • Other DOL Youth Programs:The Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA) supports a wide variety of programs to ensure  all youth have the skills and training they need to successfully make the transition to adulthood and careers.
  • DOL Youth Online Resources: The Department of Labor posts special Web pages for young people, both for those old enough to work and those not old enough, provide information on topics ranging from student volunteerism to job safety.