Ticket to Work
TEN No. 2-14: Receiving Ticket to Work Payments as an Employment Network
To replace the previously issued Training and Employment Notice (TEN) No. 14-12, "Receiving Ticket to Work Payments as an Employment Network," issued on December 4, 2012. This TEN announces that the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Employment Network (EN) Payment Agreement has been rescinded by the Social Security Administration (SSA), and provides information on a new process for public workforce entities to become ENs under SSA's Ticket to Work and Self Sufficiency (TTW) Program.
TEN No. 14-12: Receiving Ticket to Work Payments as an Employment Network
To announce a streamlined process for American Job Centers, state workforce agencies, and workforce investment boards to become Employment Networks under the Social Security Administration's Ticket to Work and Self Sufficiency program.
Youth with Disabilities
TEGL No. 31-10: Increasing Enrollment and Improving Services to Youth with Disabilities
To provide information and resources on promising practices and successful strategies that promote the enrollment, education, training and employment outcomes of youth with disabilities.
TEGL No. 13-09: Contracting Strategies that Facilitate Serving the Youth Most In Need
To provide guidance to states, workforce investment boards, and Workforce Investment Act youth service providers on contracting strategies that facilitate service providers to serve the youth most in need, while still achieving performance goals.
TEN No. 10-09: Toolkit and White Paper on Improving Transition Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities through Apprenticeship
To disseminate a white paper and toolkit which focus on expanding apprenticeship opportunities for youth and young adults with disabilities.
Additional Disability-Related Guidance
TEN No. 21-11: Strategies to Meet One-Stop Career Centers' Business and Job-Seeker Customer Needs for Employment-Related Transportation Services
To: 1) provide successful strategies to the public workforce system for connecting individuals with transportation to jobs and training, and 2) help businesses access a diverse workforce.