The Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network (PYLN) is a group of young adults with disabilities who want to make a difference in the lives of youth in Pennsylvania.
High-impact practices for community college student success. A Center for Community College Student Engagement report that focuses on strengthening student success by identifying the educational practices that matter most and integrating them into coherent academic and career pathways for all students.
Examples of online services provided by States with respect to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Child Care Assistance, Medicaid, and Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). This Center on Budget and Policy Priorities report provides links to state information available online for these benefit programs. Individuals seeking information about eligibility and benefits in a particular state will find these links a useful place to start.
This training introduces the components of the “Effective Front-Line Services- The Case Management Toolkit (2007).”
The Division of Youth Services presents the “Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Flash Training Series.” These “Flash Trainings” are brief (5 minutes or less) lessons focused on specific WIA Youth program topics. They are designed to provide information and direct those working with youth to tools and resources to help them best serve program participants. Current Flash Training topics include: Effective Front-Line Services- The Case Management Toolkit Financial Aid Toolkit Helping Out-of-School Youth Find Money for College: Dependency Helping Youth with Criminal Convictions Find Money for College Paid vs. Unpaid Internships WIA Youth Flash Training Supportive Services WIA Youth Flash Training WIA Youth Program WIA Youth Flash Training Youth Employment Rules WIA Youth Flash Training There will be more Flash Trainings coming soon! If you have any questions or suggestions on future topics, please contact us: email@example.com
The McMaster University (Ontario, Canada) Learning Portfolio is an online tool that allows students to plan, record and reflect on a range of educational experiences; curricular and co-curricular. An accompanying report from the Learning Portfolio Working Group outlines the purpose and intended outcomes of the portfolio, as well as some guiding principles and challenges that will need to be addressed.
California Community Colleges website developed as a repository of transfer counseling tools and resources with links to proven best practices, guidelines and programs, modifiable charts, handouts and program materials, initiatives and other resources.
This training reviews the “Map My Community” Tool on FindYouthinfo.gov; this tool will help locate federally-funded youth programs in a designate area.
Student Support (Re)defined is a multi-year study (2011–2014) designed to understand how California community colleges can feasibly deliver support both inside and outside the classroom to improve success for all students. The Action Guide was developed to aid colleges working to help more learners achieve their educational goals - particularly through the provision of intentional, integrated support that reaches students both inside and outside the classroom, from entry to exit.
The National Women’s Law Center study of changes to state child care assistance policies between February 2011 and February 2012 and between 2001 and February 2012, including changes to income eligibility limits, waiting lists, parent copayments, reimbursement rates, and assistance to parents searching for a job, based on a survey of child care administrators in each state and the District of Columbia.
At the U.S. Department of Labor, we realize that summer youth employment is a critical element of success for young people. Our Division of Youth Services supports the workforce system to promote meaningful summer employment that helps young people develop workforce and leadership skills to get and keep good jobs, connects them to long term economic opportunity, and provides them the chance to establish good savings behavior. This webinar will highlight Young America Saves' First-Time Workers Pilot Project which promotes saving at work for young adults, ages 16 to 24, as one effort to increase overall workplace saving. Webinar participants will learn how the summer job orientation process can be an ideal opportunity to motivate newly-hired workers to make a savings commitment, sign up for direct deposit, and open a new or use an existing bank account to save automatically, with very positive benefits.
A one hour training that explored several topics including assessments, job searching, smart goal setting, developing an effective Individual Employment Plan, establishing and maintaining rapport with clients, and balancing priorities. Participants received practical information and strategies that they could easily implement in their work with clients as well as administrative duties.
Webinar that provides an effective case management framework that includes resources, tools and promising practices from the field.
As part of the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration’s Technical Assistance and Training (TAT) effort, an Effective Case Management Resource Map has been developed that features the top 27 resources out of a literature review and resource scan that generated over 100 resources on effective case management in the workforce system. These resources include a wide range of materials including reports, policy documents, webinars, and toolkits. The resources are mapped according to a model of effective case management that identifies key activities and competencies for case managers as well as a foundation of administrative-level system supports to ensure case managers have what they need to do their work. Specific resources that provide more detailed information and examples of state and local workforce system efforts can be easily accessed on-line through hyperlinks built into the map. This version represents a “beta” version of the Effective Case Management Resource Map that will be further developed and refined based on input from the system. If you have questions or comments, please contact Lauren Fairley-Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org.