This brief document provides a listing and description of key Department of Labor resources for youth employment opportunities.
This document highlights the Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration efforts to provide youth with employment opportunities and resources. It lists and describes key program areas, providing a description of programs’ goals, target population ages, and featured resources. Some key program areas listed include: WIOA Youth Formula Program; Workforce Pathways for Youth; Reentry Employment Opportunities; YouthBuild; and Apprenticeship, which is a Summer Job program dedicated to helping youth find jobs during summer breaks. Other highlighted Employment and Training Administration Pilot Programs include: Young Adult Reentry Partnership (YARP); Reentry Projects; Pathway Home, which serves both young adults and older adults; and the Federal Bonding Program.
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