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Title 20Chapter VPart 681


TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

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

PART 681—YOUTH ACTIVITIES UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT

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Subpart A—STANDING YOUTH COMMITTEES

§681.100
What is a standing youth committee?
§681.110
Who is included on a standing youth committee?
§681.120
What does a standing youth committee do?
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Subpart B—ELIGIBILITY FOR YOUTH SERVICES

§681.200
Who is eligible for youth services?
§681.210
Who is an “out-of-school youth”?
§681.220
Who is an “in-school youth”?
§681.230
What does “school” refer to in the “not attending or attending any school” in the out-of-school and in-school eligibility criteria?
§681.240
When do local youth programs verify dropout status?
§681.250
Who does the low-income eligibility requirement apply to?
§681.260
How does the Department define “high poverty area” for the purposes of the special regulation for low-income youth in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act?
§681.270
May a local program use eligibility for free or reduced price lunches under the National School Lunch Program as a substitute for the income eligibility criteria under title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act?
§681.280
Is a youth with a disability eligible for youth services under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act if his or her family income exceeds the income eligibility criteria?
§681.290
How does the Department define the “basic skills deficient” criterion in this part?
§681.300
How does the Department define the “requires additional assistance to enter or complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment” criterion in this part for OSY?
§681.310
How does the Department define the “requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment” criterion in this part for ISY?
§681.320
Must youth participants enroll to participate in the youth program?
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Subpart C—YOUTH PROGRAM DESIGN, ELEMENTS, AND PARAMETERS

§681.400
What is the process used to select eligible youth service providers?
§681.410
Does the requirement that a State and local area expend at least 75 percent of youth funds to provide services to out-of-school youth apply to all youth funds?
§681.420
How must Local Workforce Development Boards design Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act youth programs?
§681.430
May youth participate in both the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) youth and adult programs concurrently, and how do local program operators track concurrent enrollment in the WIOA youth and adult programs?
§681.440
How does a local youth program determine if an 18 to 24 year old is enrolled in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) youth program or the WIOA adult program?
§681.450
For how long must a local Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act youth program serve a participant?
§681.460
What services must local programs offer to youth participants?
§681.470
Does the Department require local programs to use Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funds for each of the 14 program elements?
§681.480
What is a pre-apprenticeship program?
§681.490
What is adult mentoring?
§681.500
What is financial literacy education?
§681.510
What is comprehensive guidance and counseling?
§681.520
What are leadership development opportunities?
§681.530
What are positive social and civic behaviors?
§681.540
What is occupational skills training?
§681.550
Are Individual Training Accounts permitted for youth participants?
§681.560
What is entrepreneurial skills training and how is it taught?
§681.570
What are supportive services for youth?
§681.580
What are follow-up services for youth?
§681.590
What is the work experience priority and how will local youth programs track the work experience priority?
§681.600
What are work experiences?
§681.610
Does the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act require Local Workforce Development Boards to offer summer employment opportunities in the local youth program?
§681.620
How are summer employment opportunities administered?
§681.630
What does education offered concurrently with and in the same context as workforce preparation activities and training for a specific occupation or occupational cluster mean?
§681.640
Are incentive payments to youth participants permitted?
§681.650
How can parents, youth, and other members of the community get involved in the design and implementation of local youth programs?
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Subpart D—ONE-STOP SERVICES TO YOUTH

§681.700
What is the connection between the youth program and the one-stop delivery system?
§681.710
Do Local Workforce Development 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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