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Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps out-of-school program in urban areas

United States. General Accounting Office

Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps out-of-school program in urban areas

by United States. General Accounting Office

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Neighborhood Youth Corps (U.S.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementreport to the Congress by the Comptroller General of the United States.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD6273 .U52 1974
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5166554M
    LC Control Number74601575

    Job Corps Job Corps and Neighborhood Youth Corps are two alternative programs in Manpower's overall effort to meet the needs of the young poor. In my opinion these programs represent an either-or management technique in which it is believed that problems should be addressed either by integrating youth within the community (NYC) or by. Youth Workforce and Education Programs. BronxWorks has education and employment programs for out-of-school youth aged In addition to our pre-HSE and HSE prep classes, we also provide job readiness training, job placement help, college access, and other services.

    But at the Neighborhood School, they also learned about the Black Lives Matter protests and compared them to the protests of the en learn to write from different points of view: They write essays imagining they are the Civil Rights hero Rosa Parks, or the man who drove the bus when she refused to give up her seat, or a White person. is the U.S. government website that helps you create, maintain, and strengthen effective youth programs. Included are youth facts, funding information, and tools to help you assess community assets, generate maps of local and federal resources, search for evidence-based youth programs, and keep up-to-date on the latest, youth-related.

    These examples of community programs for youth represent just a few of the many diverse programs operating throughout the United States. There are various efforts at both the individual organization level and the broader community level to promote adolescent development through community programs. A meta-analysis of youth mentoring program effectiveness concluded that mentoring is a flexible and adaptive PYD strategy. Mentoring can be advantageous to both preventive and promotive program goals, while also supporting the involvement of positive adult role .


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Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps out-of-school program in urban areas by United States. General Accounting Office Download PDF EPUB FB2

Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps out-of-school program in urban areas. [Washington, ] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

General Accounting Office. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "Report on the Department of. In Januarythe Department of Labor restructured its Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC) out-of-school program and made age limits for entering the program more restrictive.

Education, skill training, and work experience were emphasized. The restructured NYC-2 program was carried out in urban or growth areas, but the original NYC-1 program was continued in the remaining locations in the country. Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps out-of-school program in urban areas.

[Washington], [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: United States. General Accounting Office.

Programs to Support Out-of-School Youth. Robert I. Lerman. Two key initiatives of the War on Poverty were the Neighborhood Youth Corps for both in-school and out-of-school youth and the Job Corps for out-of-school disadvantaged youth.

Since then, governments at all levels have funded a wide array of programs to help young people. Government Accountability Office () Restructured Neighborhood Youth Corps Out-of-School Program in Urban Areas. U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC Theses and dissertations.

"Research results indicate that the Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC) has been effective in reaching seriously disadvantaged youth and in improving the community and work adjustments of these youths. At the same time, these achievements appear to fall far short of the full potential of the NYC Programs." Among the problems of program and policy which need solutions are the differential "reach" of Author: Regis H.

Walther. Success in the Neighborhood Youth Corps Out-Of-School Program 7 Corps Out-Of-School Program 7 Failure in the Neighborhood Youth Corps Out-Of-School Program 7 Drop-Out 8 Counseling 8 Work-Site Supervisor 8 Field Supervisors 9 Scholastic Record 9 Description of the Neighborhood Youth Corps Program 9 The Program 11 Enrollment 12 Employment Neighborhood Youth Corps in meeting the needs of rural you%.

A model program designed to maximize social and occupational adjustment of rural youth had been carried'out for one year by each of three experimental projects located in northern Minnesota, southern Iowa, and central Nebraska.

The purpose of this evaluation was to. Program on Neighborhoods and Youth Development: Understanding How Place Matters for Kids 3 completing college), holding down a job, forming healthy relationships, and avoiding negative outcomes, such as landing in jail or having children at young ages outside marriage.

However, many important intermediate outcomes can affect whether a youth. *Federal Programs, *Poverty Programs, Tables (Data), Urban Areas, Youth Employment, *Youth Programs Identifiers-Neighborhood Youth Corps, NYC.

The successful operations of the Neighborhood Youth Corps are described in. this Department of Labor document. The publication consists of brief comments about the program's achievements in various.

The shift is due mostly to a decline in high school enrollment in rural areas afterand an increase in college enrollment in urban areas over the same period.

Rural employment also is a large part of the issue, as jobs in many parts of the country have failed to recover from the recession while urban jobs have bounced back and climbed. the Neighborhood Youth Corps summer program in the Washington ‘.

~~M~~_ __ %-*I *-*- metropolitan area. We brought those matters discussed in this report relative to the summer program to the attention of the Department in a letter dated April. The Neighborhood Youth Corps program in New York City consists of the in-school, the out-of-school, and the summer component programs.

Federal funds totaling $94 million were authorized from the inception of the program in February through J From July 1,through June 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.

Our Issues, The Neighborhoods and Youth Development initiative aims to better understand the neighborhood environments that lead to these negative outcomes, use that information to develop and test targeted interventions, inform policy initiatives—such as Promise Neighborhoods—that are designed to help youth, and explore how place affects children’s development, health, and behavior.

Guide to Education Programs For Out-of-School Youth { 1 } 44as to reconnect You are here. Get in touch with an INDIIDUAL PROGRAM Drop by your NEIGHBORHOOD HIGH SCHOOL Contact YOUR SCHOOL DISTRICT Call a RECONNECTION CENTER career training college a good job the future you want pride HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA or or GED Table of ContentsFile Size: 5MB.

The Urban Forestry and Recreation Program is made up of two teams of youth 16 to 19; the Green Team and the Summer Enrichment and Recreation Team.

The Green Team works with our Curator of Parks and Public Spaces helping maintain neighborhood parks and transforming vacant lots and green spaces. Youth learn landscaping and horticulture skills. Disconnected youth: Out of school and out of work in rural America overtaking the rate in urban areas and forcing state and local officials to look for new ways to help young people stay in.

The phrase comes from the title of a book published by the Heritage Foundation about building high-performing schools for high-poverty populations. But the original meaning — that students’ circumstances should be “no excuse” for lowering expectations — takes on a connotation of rigidity in the mouths of critics.

success. Moreover, urban educators report the grow-ing challenges of educating urban youth who are increasingly presenting problems such as poverty, lim-ited English proficiency, family instability, and poor health. Finally, testimony and reports on the condi-tion of urban schools feed the perception that urbanFile Size: KB.

the vast array of drop-in and structured out-of-school programs for youth. It serves low-income and minor-ity youth, ages 12 to 28, who live in oppressive urban conditions and often assume adult responsibilities as teens. Despite these circumstances, the program di-rectors in File Size: KB.No, the Urban South Youth Program is an Academic Tutorial and Career Readiness Program.

What are the enrollment requirements? Aside from the age requirements, youth can be either currently in school or out of school, must have a need to improve overall.

Academic competencies in reading and/or math, and live or attend school within the Fresno or.Youth Development "You are never too young to change the world" OUT OF SCHOOL LEARNING We developed out-of-school learning programs to build academic and life skills.

Learn More. URBAN NEIGHBORHOOD INITIATIVES LONGWORTH ST. DETROIT () Home.