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This paper presents the recommendations made by the Advisory Committee on Job Corps to the Secretary of Labor pertaining to the review, development and implementation of policies, legislation and regulations for the Job Corps program. This document represents the culmination of an intensive and comprehensive nine-month process undertaken by the Advisory Committee. The Advisory has worked together to evaluate the Job Corps program, including its purpose, goals, effectiveness, efficiency and performance measures. It worked with a single and critical purpose in mind: helping Job Corps address the challenges it faces regarding the provision of job training and education to the youth population that it serves, particularly as related to creating a pipeline of young workers for a demand-driven workforce. Appendices include: (1) Partnership Opportunities; (2) Issue Papers; (3) Committee Information; and (4) Program Information. A glossary is included.

Descriptors: Job Training, Labor, Federal Programs, Program Effectiveness, Youth Programs, Program Evaluation, Youth, Employment Programs, Job Placement, Disadvantaged Youth, Economically Disadvantaged, National Programs, Education Work Relationship, Federal Legislation, Labor Force, Labor Force Development, Program Implementation, Goal Orientation, Partnerships in Education

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