Prepare youth for college, training, or employment
Link academic and occupational learning
Strong ties to employers
Should include tutoring & study skills training; alternative school services; mentoring; work experience; occupational skills training; leadership development; appropriate supportive services; guidance & counseling; and follow-up services for at least one year, as appropriate.
Following eligibility determination and approval, an Individual Service Strategy (ISS) is developed with the participant to determine which services would best accommodate the participant’s needs and develop the skills which are currently needed in the workforce
Element Services 1. Tutoring Study Skills Training Tutoring 2. Alternative Secondary School Offerings Alternative Secondary School Offerings 3. Summer Employment Opportunities Summer Employment Opportunities 4. Work Experience Internships Job Shadowing Work Experience 5. Occupational Skills Training Occupational Skills Training On The Job Training 6. Leadership Development Opportunities Community & Service Learning Projects Exposure to Postsecondary Educational Opportunities Life Skills Training Organizational & Team Work Training Peer-Centered Activities Pre - Employment Skills Training in Decision Making
Element Services 7. Supportive Services Child Care Assistance Emergency or Short Term Housing Assistance General Transportation Assistance Work Clothing, Equipment, Tools 8. Adult Mentoring Services Adult Mentoring 9. Follow Up Services Follow-Up Services 10. Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling Comprehensive Guidance & Counseling Program Design Career Planning Individual Service Strategy Objective Assessment Non-Countable Services Case Management ARRA Services ARRA Extended Work Experience ARRA Individual Services Strategy (ARRA ISS) ARRA Summer Employment