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JTPAJob Training Partnership Act
JTPAJob Training & Partnership Act
JTPAJapanese Technology Professionals Association
JTPAJoint Patient Tracking Application (US Army)
JTPAJob Training and Placement Act
JTPAJob Training Partnership Association
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Hollywood Digital Careers, which has been endorsed by the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, the American Film Institute and other industry organizations, is being fully funded with $320,000 in Title III funds provided under the federal Job Training Partnership Act.
A subsequent chapter finds evidence that the effectiveness of programs under the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) was uneven due to variation in programs, services provided, and participant groups served.
is funded through the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, Pennsylvania Department of Community Affairs, Pennsylvania Department of Welfare and the Job Training Partnership Act.
HUD also listed a variety of excluded incomes such as employment income of children under 18 or full-time students, payments received under the Job Training Partnership Act, payments under Title V of the Older Americans Act, or hazardous-duty pay to members of the military.
The business assistance centers in community colleges and universities, customized training efforts, science and engineering education, and the prominent role of the private sector in the Job Training Partnership Act all constitute strategies directly attuned to the needs of businesses.
Federal regulations for programs such as Community Development Block Grants (housing), Job Training Partnership Act (jobs), and Federal Transportation Administration (transit) compound the tendency to develop separate programs rather than integrated strategies.
The Trails Program paid for materials, and the Job Training Partnership Act paid for the labor.
Similarly, a major study of the Job Training Partnership Act by Abt Associates, issued by the Labor Department last year, found no payoff to training youth; indeed, males lost ground compared to those who did not undergo the training and earnings of participating male youth with an arrest record fell 22 percent behind their peers in a control group.
The thousands of females trained each year under the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) and Job Opportunities and Basic Skills (JOBS) programs usually are directed into positions that pay little more than the minimum wage.
The Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) sponsors the largest federal employment and training program.
The Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) for unemployed and underemployed adults and youth, although federally funded, is administered jointly with the states and with local councils whose membership is predominately from business.
* Department of Labor for Job Training Partnership Act Programs that provide job training for high-risk youths and adults