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TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER V—EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (CONTINUED)

PART 664—YOUTH ACTIVITIES UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—YOUTH COUNCILS

§664.100
What is the youth council?
§664.110
Who is responsible for oversight of youth programs in the local area?
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Subpart B—ELIGIBILITY FOR YOUTH SERVICES

§664.200
Who is eligible for youth services?
§664.205
How is the “deficient in basic literacy skills” criterion in §664.200(c)(1) defined and documented?
§664.210
How is the “requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment” criterion in §664.200(c)(6) defined and documented?
§664.215
Must youth participants be registered to participate in the youth program?
§664.220
Is there an exception to permit youth who are not low-income individuals to receive youth services?
§664.230
Are the eligibility barriers for eligible youth the same as the eligibility barriers for the five percent of youth participants who do not have to meet income eligibility requirements?
§664.240
May a local program use eligibility for free lunches under the National School Lunch Program as a substitute for the income eligibility criteria under title I of WIA?
§664.250
May a disabled youth whose family does not meet income eligibility criteria under the Act be eligible for youth services?
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Subpart C—OUT-OF-SCHOOL YOUTH

§664.300
Who is an “out-of-school youth”?
§664.310
When is dropout status determined, particularly for youth attending alternative schools?
§664.320
Does the requirement that at least 30 percent of youth funds be used to provide activities to out-of-school youth apply to all youth funds?
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Subpart D—YOUTH PROGRAM DESIGN, ELEMENTS, AND PARAMETERS

§664.400
What is a local youth program?
§664.405
How must local youth programs be designed?
§664.410
Must local programs include each of the ten program elements listed in WIA section 129(c)(2) as options available to youth participants?
§664.420
What are leadership development opportunities?
§664.430
What are positive social behaviors?
§664.440
What are supportive services for youth?
§664.450
What are follow-up services for youth?
§664.460
What are work experiences for youth?
§664.470
Are paid work experiences allowable activities?
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Subpart E—CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

§664.500
May youth participate in both youth and adult/dislocated worker programs concurrently?
§664.510
Are Individual Training Accounts allowed for youth participants?
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Subpart F—SUMMER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

§664.600
Are Local Boards required to offer summer employment opportunities in the local youth program?
§664.610
How is the summer employment opportunities element administered?
§664.620
Do the core indicators described in 20 CFR 666.100(a)(3) apply to participation in summer employment activities?
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Subpart G—ONE-STOP SERVICES TO YOUTH

§664.700
What is the connection between the youth program and the One-Stop service delivery system?
§664.710
Do Local Boards have the flexibility to offer services to area youth who are not eligible under the youth program through the One-Stop centers?
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Subpart H—YOUTH OPPORTUNITY GRANTS

§664.800
How are the recipients of Youth Opportunity Grants selected?
§664.810
How does a Local Board or other entity become eligible to receive a Youth Opportunity Grant?
§664.820
Who is eligible to receive services under Youth Opportunity Grants?
§664.830
How are performance measures for Youth Opportunity Grants determined?


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