20 CFR 664.200 - Who is eligible for youth services?
An eligible youth is defined, under WIA sec. 101(13), as an individual who:
(a) Is age 14 through 21;
(b) Is a low income individual, as defined in the WIA section 101(25); and
(c) Is within one or more of the following categories:
(1) Deficient in basic literacy skills;
(2) School dropout;
(3) Homeless, runaway, or foster child;
(4) Pregnant or parenting;
(5) Offender; or
(6) Is an individual (including a youth with a disability) who requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment. (WIA sec. 101(13).)
- 20 CFR 664.210 — How Is the “requires Additional Assistance to Complete an Educational Program, or to Secure and Hold Employment” Criterion in § 664.200(c)(6) Defined and Documented?
- 20 CFR 664.230 — Are the Eligibility Barriers for Eligible Youth the Same as the Eligibility Barriers for the Five Percent of Youth Participants Who Do Not Have to Meet Income Eligibility Requirements?
- 20 CFR 664.205 — How Is the “deficient in Basic Literacy Skills” Criterion in § 664.200(c)(1) Defined and Documented?
Title 20 published on 2015-11-18.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 20 CFR Part 664.