Is there an exception to permit youth who are not low-income individuals to receive youth services?
Yes, up to five percent of youth participants served by youth programs in a local area may be individuals who do not meet the income criterion for eligible youth, provided that they are within one or more of the following categories:
(a) School dropout;
(b) Basic skills deficient, as defined in WIA section 101(4 );
(c) Are one or more grade levels below the grade level appropriate to the individual's age;
(d) Pregnant or parenting;
(e) Possess one or more disabilities, including learning disabilities;
(f) Homeless or runaway;
(g) Offender; or
(h) Face serious barriers to employment as identified by the Local Board. (WIA sec. 129(c)(5).)
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