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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 31-10


Status: Active

Subject:
Veterans Career Transition Project at Select Job Corps Centers

Purpose:
To inform the public workforce system about the career transition pilot demonstration project available for veterans, ages 20-24, at select Job Corps centers and to encourage eligible veterans to access training opportunities at these sites. In the one-year demonstration project sponsored by the Employment and Training Administration (ETA), Office of Job Corps (OJC); and the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS), veterans receive training with an opportunity to earn a credential or certificate. Project participants receive a stipend, housing, meals, assistance with employment and post-employment support. This project is an important resource for veterans transitioning from military service, who may have barriers to employment such as being at risk of homelessness, or lacking postsecondary credentials, and other young veterans who need additional education and training.

To:
STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARDS
STATE ONE-STOP CAREER CENTER SYSTEM LEADS
From:
JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary
Date:
March 29, 2011
Expiration Date:



Contact:  Please phone the national VETS point of contact, Tim Winter, (202) 693-4705, or the national OJC point of contact, Maria Temiquel, (202) 693-3118, for additional information.

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