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Series # :
  RERS 1992
Title :
  Dilemmas in Youth Employment Programming: Findings from the Youth Research and Technical Assistance Project, Volume II
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Abstract :
  This report presents findings of 10 studies of youth programs (with bibliographies). It explores the services and techniques that best prepare young people for careers; the strategies for most effective delivery of youth job and training services; and the youth, environmental, and labor-market factors which must be addressed in service provision.

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Brandeis University
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