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YouthBuildPosted On: 9/20/2018
Register Now YouthBuild Series: Maximizing the Construction Curriculum
YouthBuildPosted On: 8/17/2018
Register Now YouthBuild Series: Building Your Toolbox for Success: Program Design and WIOA Resource Spotlights
YouthBuildPosted On: 7/19/2018
Register Now U.S. Department of Labor YouthBuild is one source of funding for YouthBuild, but should not be considered the sole or primary source of funding. Strong programs diversify funding and build strong partnerships on the local, regional, state, and federal level to bolster the stability that DOL YouthBuild funding provides.
YouthBuildPosted On: 7/11/2018
Register Now YouthBuild Series: Rethinking Recruitment: Exploring Contextualized Recruitment Strategies for Diverse Communities
YouthBuildPosted On: 5/21/2018
On May 21, 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor announced $85 million in grants to support and expand YouthBuild programs across the country. YouthBuild, a pre-apprenticeship model, provides at-risk youth ages 16-24 with education and occupational skill development to obtain employment in construction and other in-demand industries.
YouthBuildPosted On: 5/9/2018
Register Now In 2013, YouthBuild grantees began to implement the Construction Plus component, which allows for training in additional in-demand industries beyond construction. Since the inception of Construction Plus, over 81 YouthBuild grantees have integrated this component into their YouthBuild program design.
YouthBuildPosted On: 5/8/2018
YouthBuildPosted On: 4/4/2018
YouthBuildPosted On: 3/19/2018
REGISTER HERE The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires Department of Labor (DOL) YouthBuild grantees to be one-stop system partners.
YouthBuildPosted On: 2/15/2018
REGISTER HERE During this 90-minute webinar, two YouthBuild educators will discuss how they have implemented the concepts of problem-based learning and universal design for learning as a means to promote deeper understanding of content while increasing learner engagement and education credential attainment within their respective programs.