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Title 20Chapter VPart 670


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

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

PART 670—THE JOB CORPS UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—SCOPE AND PURPOSE

§670.100
What is the scope of this part?
§670.110
What is the Job Corps program?
§670.120
What definitions apply to this part?
§670.130
What is the role of the Job Corps Director?
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Subpart B—SITE SELECTION AND PROTECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES

§670.200
Who decides where Job Corps centers will be located?
§670.210
How are center facility improvements and new construction handled?
§670.220
Are we responsible for the protection and maintenance of center facilities?
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Subpart C—FUNDING AND SELECTION OF SERVICE PROVIDERS

§670.300
What entities are eligible to receive funds to operate centers and provide training and operational support services?
§670.310
How are entities selected to receive funding?
§670.320
What are the requirements for award of contracts and payments to Federal agencies?
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Subpart D—RECRUITMENT, ELIGIBILITY, SCREENING, SELECTION AND ASSIGNMENT, AND ENROLLMENT

§670.400
Who is eligible to participate in the Job Corps program?
§670.410
Are there additional factors which are considered in selecting an eligible applicant for enrollment?
§670.420
Are there any special requirements for enrollment related to the Military Selective Service Act?
§670.430
What entities conduct outreach and admissions activities for the Job Corps program?
§670.440
What are the responsibilities of outreach and admissions agencies?
§670.450
How are applicants who meet eligibility and selection criteria assigned to centers?
§670.460
What restrictions are there on the assignment of eligible applicants for nonresidential enrollment in Job Corps?
§670.470
May a person who is determined to be ineligible or an individual who is denied enrollment appeal that decision?
§670.480
At what point is an applicant considered to be enrolled in Job Corps?
§670.490
How long may a student be enrolled in Job Corps?
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Subpart E—PROGRAM ACTIVITIES AND CENTER OPERATIONS

§670.500
What services must Job Corps centers provide?
§670.505
What types of training must Job Corps centers provide?
§670.510
Are Job Corps center operators responsible for providing all vocational training?
§670.515
What responsibilities do the center operators have in managing work-based learning?
§670.520
Are students permitted to hold jobs other than work-based learning opportunities?
§670.525
What residential support services must Job Corps center operators provide?
§670.530
Are Job Corps centers required to maintain a student accountability system?
§670.535
Are Job Corps centers required to establish behavior management systems?
§670.540
What is Job Corps' zero tolerance policy?
§670.545
How does Job Corps ensure that students receive due process in disciplinary actions?
§670.550
What responsibilities do Job Corps centers have in assisting students with child care needs?
§670.555
What are the center's responsibilities in ensuring that students' religious rights are respected?
§670.560
Is Job Corps authorized to conduct pilot and demonstration projects?
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Subpart F—STUDENT SUPPORT

§670.600
Is government-paid transportation provided to Job Corps students?
§670.610
When are students authorized to take leaves of absence from their Job Corps centers?
§670.620
Are Job Corps students eligible to receive cash allowances and performance bonuses?
§670.630
Are student allowances subject to Federal Payroll Taxes?
§670.640
Are students provided with clothing?
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Subpart G—PLACEMENT AND CONTINUED SERVICES

§670.700
What are Job Corps centers' responsibilities in preparing students for placement services?
§670.710
What placement services are provided for Job Corps students?
§670.720
Who provides placement services?
§670.730
What are the responsibilities of placement agencies?
§670.740
Must continued services be provided for graduates?
§670.750
Who may provide continued services for graduates?
§670.760
How will Job Corps coordinate with other agencies?
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Subpart H—COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS

§670.800
How do Job Corps centers and service providers become involved in their local communities?
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Subpart I—ADMINISTRATIVE AND MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS

§670.900
Are damages caused by the acts or omissions of students eligible for payment under the Federal Tort Claims Act?
§670.905
Are loss and damages that occur to persons or personal property of students at Job Corps centers eligible for reimbursement?
§670.910
If a student is injured in the performance of duty as a Job Corps Student, what benefits may they receive?
§670.915
When is a Job Corps student considered to be in the performance of duty?
§670.935
How are students protected from unsafe or unhealthy situations?
§670.940
What are the requirements for criminal law enforcement jurisdiction on center property?
§670.945
Are Job Corps operators and service providers authorized to pay State or local taxes on gross receipts?
§670.950
What are the financial management responsibilities of Job Corps center operators and other service providers?
§670.955
Are center operators and service providers subject to Federal audits?
§670.960
What are the procedures for management of student records?
§670.965
What procedures apply to disclosure of information about Job Corps students and program activities?
§670.970
What are the reporting requirements for center operators and operational support service providers?
§670.975
How is the performance of the Job Corps program assessed?
§670.980
What are the indicators of performance for Job Corps?
§670.985
What happens if a center operator, screening and admissions contractor or other service provider fails to meet the expected levels of performance?
§670.990
What procedures are available to resolve complaints and disputes?
§670.991
How does Job Corps ensure that complaints or disputes are resolved in a timely fashion?
§670.992
How does Job Corps ensure that centers or other service providers comply with the Act and the WIA regulations?
§670.993
How does Job Corps ensure that contract disputes will be resolved?
§670.994
How does Job Corps resolve disputes between DOL and other Federal Agencies?
§670.995
What DOL equal opportunity and nondiscrimination regulations apply to Job Corps?


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