(1)to maintain a national Job Corps program, carried out in partnership with States and communities, to assist eligible youth who need and can benefit from an intensive program, operated in a group setting in residential and nonresidential centers, to become more responsible, employable, and productive citizens;
(2)to set forth standards and procedures for selecting individuals as enrollees in the Job Corps;
(3)to authorize the establishment of Job Corps centers in which enrollees will participate in intensive programs of activities described in this subchapter; and
(4)to prescribe various other powers, duties, and responsibilities incident to the operation and continuing development of the Job Corps.
Provisions similar to this section were contained in section
1691 of this title prior to repeal by Pub. L. 105–220.
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