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Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers

Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers

final report for the Out-of-School Youth Demonstration

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration in Washington, D.C. (200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room N-5637, Washington, 20210) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School-to-work transition -- United States -- Evaluation,
  • Community centers -- United States -- Evaluation

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    Statementsubmitted to U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration ; submitted by Social Policy Research Associates, Center for Human Resources, Brandeis University
    SeriesResearch and evaluation report series -- 00-D, Research and evaluation report series (Washington, D.C.) -- 00-D
    ContributionsUnited States. Employment and Training Administration, Social Policy Research Associates, Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. Center for Human Resources
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15355478M

    Purpose. The Workforce Investment Act is a federal act that "provides workforce investment activities, through statewide and local workforce investment systems, that increase the employment, retention, and earnings of participants, and increase occupational skill attainment by participants, and, as a result, improve the quality of the workforce, reduce welfare .


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Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers Download PDF EPUB FB2

Department of Labor (DOL) to conduct an Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. The demonstration programs and Model Centers are alike in attempting to incorporate and adapt school-to-work principles in their services to out-of-school youth.

This summary reflects the. This report was prepared to conduct an Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. The demonstration programs and Model Centers are alike in attempting to incorporate and adapt school-to-work principles in their services to out-of-school youth.

Abstract: This report was prepared as an Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth (OSY) Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. The demonstration programs and Model Centers are alike in attempting to incorporate and adapt school-to-work principles in their services to out-of-school youth.

This report presents findings regarding design and implementation of school-to-work (STW) efforts in Job Corps Model Centers.

Following an introduction, Chapter two argues that Jobs Corps constitutes a natural context for implementing STW systems because its traditional practices to some degree provide a solid foundation on which to lay STW by: 1.

Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. It includes information on program design, funding, school- and work-based learning activities, measurement of outcomes and methods of sustaining the Demonstration Projects' accomplishments.

Profiles for all of the individual projects in the report are also given. Título: Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers final report for the Out-of-School Youth Demonstration Creador: no defined Género: Impresora: DIANE Publishing Identidad Clave: 2EfOSffyq-oC Código del libro: Oficiales de Idiomas: El número de hojas: Job Corps is the largest Free residential education.

and job training program for young adults ages 16– We connect you with the skills and education. you need to get the career you want. Explore The Perks.

Explore Job Corps Benefits. and find your local center. Find Your Purpose. Earn your high school diploma. explore academic programs.

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Serving Out-of-School Youth Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act () Farhana Hossain. The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)signed into law inis the first ma-jor update in nearly 15 years to guide how the public workforce system helps job seekers access educa-tion, training, and Size: KB.

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[United States. Employment and Training Administration.; Social Policy Research Associates.; Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in Social Welfare. The T-Kit on Educational Evaluation in Youth Work will be used throughout the training.

This training course is actually for individuals who are youth workers, youth leaders, coaches (in non-profit youth work), project coordinators/project managers, junior trainers, and non-profit mentors that are working/volunteering in small to large-size.

The federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), signed into law inis the first major update in nearly 15 years to guide how the public workforce system helps job seekers access education, training, and ed with its predecessor — the Workforce Investment Act of (WIA) — the new law puts greater emphasis on serving out-of-school youth.

This Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstrationand Job Corps Model Centers Final Report clearly spells out the huge challenges we face in changing the way we do business in our classrooms, shops, communities, as well as the liaison coordinated and maintained with the business communities.

Evaluation is an important and indispensable element of each activity implemented under the Erasmus+/Youth in Action Programme. Evaluation is the systematic and objective assessment of an ongoing or completed project or activity, including its implentation and most importantly outcomes or positive changes.

A leader in out-of-school time programming research, the Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) hosts the Out-of-School Time Learning and Development Project. As a part of this project, the HFRP Web site includes an online evaluation database with descriptions of various out-of-school time program evaluations.

This school-to-work system must contain the following core elements (for additional information, see Attachment I from Evaluation of the School-to-Work-Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers: Final Report for the Job Corps Model Centers, Research and Evaluation Report Series E, U.S.

Department of Labor/Employment and. Teacher Education, Preschool Programs. Program Evaluation, Public Schools, School Community Programs, *School Districts, Summer Institutes, Teacher Aides.

Identifiers-Model School Division, Washington, D.C. Described is Washington's Model School Division, an experimental educational. project in a disadvantaged area of the city. Occupational Skills Training The results of the Job Corps evaluation suggest that occupational skills training programs can be an effective means of solving some of the structural employment problems of dis- advantaged out-of-school youths, at least of that population of disadvantaged dropout youths served in residential Job Corps centers.

ERIC ED Evaluation of the School-to-Work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers. Final Report for the Job Corps Model Centers. Research and Evaluation Report Series. Honest assessment and implementation of a youth work session evaluation from your young people will improve retention and attendance in your sessions.

Ownership improves retention and attendance. Completing session evaluations creates ownership. Therefore, completing youth work session evaluations improves retention and attendance.

However, it only works if you, as the youth worker, take youth. Evaluation of the school-to-work Out-of-School Youth Demonstration and Job Corps Model Centers: final report for the Job Corps Model Centers by United States. Summary Of Grants And Contracts Active On Base de datos de todas episodio Summary Of Grants And Contracts Active On Estos datos libro es el mejor ranking.

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Job Corps Model Centers Out-of-School Youth Demonstration Jan – Jul Evaluation of the school-to-work demonstration for out-of-school at Job Corps "model centers.".

The SEEK program serves out of school youth between the ages of 18 – Participants are afforded an opportunity to receive a National Pharmacy Technician certification, develop job search skills, and prepare for the next steps in their education.

Additional academic assistance is offered to the youth as they prepare for the certification exam. Flowers offers guidance for librarians in examining all aspects of teen programming and services to determine where improvement is needed.

Readers will learn how to Develop goals and objectives for evaluation Collect the data for a realistic picture of a library’s strengths and weaknesses Use many different types of data with the help of practical examples included in.

Youth Involvement in Evaluation Research in Issues and Opportunities in Out-of-School Time Evaluations. By Harvard Family Research Project. This article examines what current youth as researchers projects really look like.

It describes the findings from focus groups and interviews with the youth and adults at 14 youth serving organizations.

Presentation Ap Admissions Counseling to Support the Career Driven Standards-Based Education and Training Model in Job Corps. Review of the Standards-Based Education and Training model and an announcement that it has been developed and it will continue to be implemented throughout the Job Corps system.

This document reports a summer pilot program designed to serve as a model for uniting the Youth Tutoring Youth concept with the Neighborhood Youth Corps. An introductory section overviews the project in which and year olds who were not achieving well in school and who had fallen below grade level in reading were trained to serve as tutors for elementary.

The ChalleNGe model has been found to be effective through a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in two significant areas: youth who participate go on to. T-Kit on Educational Evaluation in Youth Work Actors Editorial Team Authors Paul Kloosterman is a free-lance trainer and consultant from the Netherlands, presently living in Italy.

He specialises in training of trainers, intercultural learning, working with disadvantaged youngsters and international teamwork.

Out-Of-School programs serve young adults ages 24 who are no longer attending secondary or post-secondary school. It is a training vehicle that assists youth in achieving short and long term educational and employability goals through relevant occupational skills training and.

The evaluation comprised two phases. Phase 1 entailed a content analysis of annual program evaluation reports submitted to RBC grant managers. Findings from this phase provided a rich description of the key outcomes and benefits of after-school programs (see RBC Foundation After-School Programs Evaluation, Preliminary Report August ).

Phase 2File Size: KB. Job Corps Model Centers Out-of-School Youth Demonstration January – July Evaluation of the school-to-work demonstration for out-of-school at Job Corps "model centers."Title: Retired. Established inJob Corps is the nation’s largest federally funded, primarily residential, training program for at-risk youth, ages 16 to With centers in 48 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, Job Corps provides economically disadvantaged youth with the academic, career, technical, and employability skills needed to enter the.

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A project examined the effectiveness of the Youth Career Development (YCD) Demonstration in facilitating the school-to-work transition of high school seniors. The evaluation involved a student test group and a student control group from 30 sites funded by six delivery agents (National Urban League, National Council of Negro Women, SER Jobs for Progress, the.

Pre-activity evaluation – the planning stages of evaluation where aims and objectives are agreed and an evaluation plan developed.

Ongoing evaluation – this could be in the form of a mid-activity evaluation or reflection groups enabling adaption of the activity according to participants needs and progress against the aims and objectives. This report presents data and findings on the economic impact of Job Corps on its participants and analyses of the program's benefits in relation to its costs.

Findings are based on postprogram experience of individuals enrolled in the Job Corps incompared to a group of disadvantaged youth not in the program.

The first three chapters introduce the report, review the Job Corps Cited by: Management & Training Corporation's projects will affect four Job Corps Centers and students, who will ultimately be employed in health care. Sustainable Impact Management & Training Corporation, Job Corps Centers, and participating community colleges will provide a firm foundation for sustainability once federal funding has been expended.

The Job Training Partnership Act of (Pub.L. 97–, 29 U.S.C. §et seq.) was a United States federal law passed Octoby Congress with regulations promulgated by the United States Department of Labor during the Ronald Reagan administration.

The law was the successor to the previous federal job training legislation, the Comprehensive Employment and .The National Job Corps Study is based on a national random sample of all eligible applicants to Job Corps in late and The sampled youth were assigned randomly to either a program group.Subseries include Financial, Job Corps, Neighborhood Youth Corps, Staff files, Training programs, and Youth Job Center.

Education Division records consist of records created by the Education Education division ran what they called a Curriculum Materials Development Center, which offered guides to educational materials to educators.