This graphic organizer breaks down the UDL framework and serves as a guide for planning and developing learning environments that recognize learner variability.
The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, is partnering with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the National League of Cities (NLC) to expand financial capability training opportunities to youth. The Youth Employment Success pilot created through this partnership will provide youth employment programs with the technical assistance needed to deliver financial literacy education and access to mainstream financial products and services. Hear from the CFPB experts who will talk about their experience infusing financial capability into summer youth employment programs, as well as promising practices to integrate such services in year-round programs. They will offer best practices and lessons learned from a previous pilot as well as strategies for building financial capability in communities, and CFPB plans to provide technical assistance to year-round youth employment programs in up to 25 municipalities. NLC will outline strategies municipal leaders and workforce systems can use to integrate these services. Application procedures and selection criteria for the pilot program will also be discussed during the webinar.
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This DOL fact sheet summarizes the key WIOA youth provisions, such as eligibility changes, the increased emphasis on work experience, and implementation dates.
This guide provides links and brief summaries of federal guidance, tools, studies, and promising practices related to WIOA youth and work experiences, including more detailed information on the promising practices highlighted in this webinar.
The State Leadership and Governance QSAP addresses state workforce board membership and preparedness, strategic vision development, system capacity and continuous improvement, effective operations, and Memorandums of Understanding. Use this PDF version of the online tool when meeting with your team and partners.
This Training Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) lays out the vision for a revitalized transformed workforce system as a result of implementation of WIOA. Further, it encourages workforce system leaders and partners to take action now to support successful implementation to fully realize the vision of WIOA. Finally, it provides an overview of upcoming guidance and technical assistance to support effective implementation of WIOA.
The Partnership QSAP is designed to address the important topics of program alignment and integration, regional partnerships, and improving system capacity and service delivery. Use this PDF version of the online tool when meeting with your team and partners.
Once you complete a QSAP, collaborate with your fellow leaders and partners to create an action plan on specific challenge areas. Use this helpful template to identify key strategies and timelines for taking action and reaching goals.
This guide walks the user through how to use the QSAPs to get the most benefit and results. Learn how the QSAPs can be a strategic tool to start conversations and strengthen partnerships as you work to implement WIOA.
Use this fact sheet to educate and make others aware of how the QSAPs can be a helpful tool on the road to implement WIOA.
Featured in this issue:
WIOA Collection Site
WIOA Quick Start Action Planners
Career Pathways for Underrepresented or Disadvantaged Youth
Inside Workforce3 One: Webinars