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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 14400-14406



14400.  The corps shall develop nonresidential programs in urban
communities, and may develop those programs in other than urban
communities, which have high concentrations of ethnic-minority
youths, which have high levels of youth unemployment, and which have
a need for conservation work. Expenditures for programs in other than
urban communities shall not exceed 15 percent of total funding for
programs under this section.



14401.  The corps shall develop procedures for recruiting high
school dropouts from the neighborhoods in which these programs are
located.


14402.  The corps shall give priority to providing an educational
component for corpsmembers who have not completed high school. The
component shall be equal in content to a high school curriculum and
provide course credits leading to a high school diploma or its
equivalent, such as a California high school equivalency certificate.
The work of the corps shall be structured to accommodate the
educational component without significantly reducing the productivity
of the corps.


14403.  (a) The corps shall cooperate with, and seek the cooperation
of state and local workforce investment boards and youth councils,
designated pursuant to the federal Workforce Investment Act (29
U.S.C. Sec. 2801 et seq.) to secure employment and training services
for corpsmembers.
   (b) These employment and training services may include job search
assistance, skills training, transitional employment, or any other
services provided under the federal Workforce Investment Act that
would lead to employment for the corpsmember.
   (c) Employment and training services may be provided to
corpsmembers as a component of their work with the corps or upon
their termination from the corps.



14404.  The corps shall assist corpsmembers who desire to return to
school to develop plans to accomplish this goal.



14405.  Implementation of the educational component of the
nonresidental program established pursuant to this chapter shall be
contingent on the California Conservation Corps receiving sufficient
funding from any source, including the federal Job Training
Partnership Act (P.L. 97-300).



14406.  The corps may contract with public or private nonprofit
agencies to provide services for a nonresidential program. The public
or private nonprofit agency shall meet all of the following
requirements:
   (a) The agency shall submit a proposal which demonstrates that its
program is consistent with the policies of the corps and with this
chapter.
   (b) The agency shall, to the extent possible, secure funding or
services from the local service delivery area for necessary
employment and training services.
   (c) The agency shall secure reimbursements for a significant
portion of the work performed.
   (d) The agency shall secure a commitment from local educational
institutions that appropriate educational services will be provided.
   (e) The agency shall maintain, to the extent possible, the funding
from foundations and other public and private organizations for a
nonresidential program. If the agency does not have an existing
nonresidential program, it shall secure at least a 25-percent match
from other public or private organizations for the program.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 14400-14406

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 14400-14406



14400.  The corps shall develop nonresidential programs in urban
communities, and may develop those programs in other than urban
communities, which have high concentrations of ethnic-minority
youths, which have high levels of youth unemployment, and which have
a need for conservation work. Expenditures for programs in other than
urban communities shall not exceed 15 percent of total funding for
programs under this section.



14401.  The corps shall develop procedures for recruiting high
school dropouts from the neighborhoods in which these programs are
located.


14402.  The corps shall give priority to providing an educational
component for corpsmembers who have not completed high school. The
component shall be equal in content to a high school curriculum and
provide course credits leading to a high school diploma or its
equivalent, such as a California high school equivalency certificate.
The work of the corps shall be structured to accommodate the
educational component without significantly reducing the productivity
of the corps.


14403.  (a) The corps shall cooperate with, and seek the cooperation
of state and local workforce investment boards and youth councils,
designated pursuant to the federal Workforce Investment Act (29
U.S.C. Sec. 2801 et seq.) to secure employment and training services
for corpsmembers.
   (b) These employment and training services may include job search
assistance, skills training, transitional employment, or any other
services provided under the federal Workforce Investment Act that
would lead to employment for the corpsmember.
   (c) Employment and training services may be provided to
corpsmembers as a component of their work with the corps or upon
their termination from the corps.



14404.  The corps shall assist corpsmembers who desire to return to
school to develop plans to accomplish this goal.



14405.  Implementation of the educational component of the
nonresidental program established pursuant to this chapter shall be
contingent on the California Conservation Corps receiving sufficient
funding from any source, including the federal Job Training
Partnership Act (P.L. 97-300).



14406.  The corps may contract with public or private nonprofit
agencies to provide services for a nonresidential program. The public
or private nonprofit agency shall meet all of the following
requirements:
   (a) The agency shall submit a proposal which demonstrates that its
program is consistent with the policies of the corps and with this
chapter.
   (b) The agency shall, to the extent possible, secure funding or
services from the local service delivery area for necessary
employment and training services.
   (c) The agency shall secure reimbursements for a significant
portion of the work performed.
   (d) The agency shall secure a commitment from local educational
institutions that appropriate educational services will be provided.
   (e) The agency shall maintain, to the extent possible, the funding
from foundations and other public and private organizations for a
nonresidential program. If the agency does not have an existing
nonresidential program, it shall secure at least a 25-percent match
from other public or private organizations for the program.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 14400-14406

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 14400-14406



14400.  The corps shall develop nonresidential programs in urban
communities, and may develop those programs in other than urban
communities, which have high concentrations of ethnic-minority
youths, which have high levels of youth unemployment, and which have
a need for conservation work. Expenditures for programs in other than
urban communities shall not exceed 15 percent of total funding for
programs under this section.



14401.  The corps shall develop procedures for recruiting high
school dropouts from the neighborhoods in which these programs are
located.


14402.  The corps shall give priority to providing an educational
component for corpsmembers who have not completed high school. The
component shall be equal in content to a high school curriculum and
provide course credits leading to a high school diploma or its
equivalent, such as a California high school equivalency certificate.
The work of the corps shall be structured to accommodate the
educational component without significantly reducing the productivity
of the corps.


14403.  (a) The corps shall cooperate with, and seek the cooperation
of state and local workforce investment boards and youth councils,
designated pursuant to the federal Workforce Investment Act (29
U.S.C. Sec. 2801 et seq.) to secure employment and training services
for corpsmembers.
   (b) These employment and training services may include job search
assistance, skills training, transitional employment, or any other
services provided under the federal Workforce Investment Act that
would lead to employment for the corpsmember.
   (c) Employment and training services may be provided to
corpsmembers as a component of their work with the corps or upon
their termination from the corps.



14404.  The corps shall assist corpsmembers who desire to return to
school to develop plans to accomplish this goal.



14405.  Implementation of the educational component of the
nonresidental program established pursuant to this chapter shall be
contingent on the California Conservation Corps receiving sufficient
funding from any source, including the federal Job Training
Partnership Act (P.L. 97-300).



14406.  The corps may contract with public or private nonprofit
agencies to provide services for a nonresidential program. The public
or private nonprofit agency shall meet all of the following
requirements:
   (a) The agency shall submit a proposal which demonstrates that its
program is consistent with the policies of the corps and with this
chapter.
   (b) The agency shall, to the extent possible, secure funding or
services from the local service delivery area for necessary
employment and training services.
   (c) The agency shall secure reimbursements for a significant
portion of the work performed.
   (d) The agency shall secure a commitment from local educational
institutions that appropriate educational services will be provided.
   (e) The agency shall maintain, to the extent possible, the funding
from foundations and other public and private organizations for a
nonresidential program. If the agency does not have an existing
nonresidential program, it shall secure at least a 25-percent match
from other public or private organizations for the program.


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