2 edition of noneconomic impacts of the Job Corps found in the catalog.
noneconomic impacts of the Job Corps
Judith F. Goldberg
by Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Judith F. Goldberg and others of Abt Associates, Inc.|
|Series||R & D monograph ; 64, R & D monograph -- 64.|
|Contributions||United States. Employment and Training Administration., Abt Associates.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
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Get this from a library. The noneconomic impacts of the Job Corps. [Judith F Goldberg; United States. Employment and Training Administration.].
National Job Corps Study: The Impacts of Job Corps on Participants’ Employment and Related Outcomes June Peter Z. Schochet John Burghardt Steven Glazerman Submitted to: Submitted by: U.S. Department of Labor Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. Employment and Training Administration (Prime Contractor) Office of Policy and Research P.O.
Box The National Job Corps Study, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor, was designed to provide information about the effectiveness of Job Corps in attaining its goal.
The cornerstone of the National Job Corps Study was the random assignment of all youths found eligible for Job Corps to. The Job Corps program, established by the Economic Opportunity Act ofcurrently operates under the provisions of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of DOL administers Job Corps through a national office and six regional offices.
Private and public. The importance of estimating longer-term impacts is illustrated by the National Job Corps Study, which obtained longer-term impacts that were substantially more favorable than the short-term.
This report presents data and findings on the economic impact of Job Corps on its participants and analyses of the program's benefits in relation to its costs. Findings are based on postprogram experience of individuals enrolled in the Job Corps incompared to a group of disadvantaged youth not in the program.
The first three chapters introduce the report, review the Job Corps program Cited by: A statistical analysis of Job Corps data strongly suggests positive average effects on wages for individuals who participated in the federal job-training program.
Does Job Corps Work. Impact Findings from the National Job Corps Study by Peter Z. Schochet, John Burghardt and Sheena McConnell. Published in vol issue 5, pages of American Economic Review, DecemberAbstract: This paper presents findings from an experimental evaluation of Job C.
A study involving random assignment of all youth eligible for Job Corps to either a Job Corps program or to a control group was conducted to assess the impact of Job Corps on key participant outcomes.
Participants in the study were nationwide youth eligible for Job Corps who applied for enrollment for the first time between Novemand Decem Cited by: 8.
Congress. House. Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families., 2 books Claude Brown, 2 books Glen George Cain, 2 books Robert Sam Anson, 1 book Williams, Donald R., 1 book Kristin A. Moore, 1 book. Promising delinquency program; Description. Job Corps is the nation’s largest and most comprehensive residential, education, and job training program for at-risk youth, ages 16 through The program provides disadvantaged youths with the integrated academic, vocational, and social skills training they need to gain independence and secure high-quality, long-term jobs or further their education.
Job Corps is a federally funded program that has operated since It offers individualized academic education, vocational training, counseling, and job placement assistance to economically disadvantaged youth ages 16 to Services are delivered at Job Corps centers, where most Job Corps students reside while participating in the program.
Chapter 30 Terms. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. amull. Terms in this set (40) War on Poverty. Kennedy's antipoverty initiative carried on by Johnson, Office of Economic Opportunity, Job Corps, Head Start, Volunteers in Service to America, improvements to American Indian reservations.
Office of. The Port’s significant economic impact, especially job creation, is driven by throughput and the characteristics of that throughput Seaport: 1. Container volume is the primary metric Airport: 2. Passenger volume is the primary metric 3.
Passenger type next most important – business vs. tourist 4. National Job Corps Reports. Job Corps is a major part of federal efforts to provide education and job training to disadvantaged youths.
It provides comprehensive services: basic education, vocational skills training, health care and education, counseling, and residential support. Calculating the Economic Impact of New Jobs. If you want to try that math out, the number of other jobs generated for each direct job in the oil industry is approximately For a football stadium, we estimate the figure to be about The National Job Corps Study was conducted between and Several reports were produced, including a final impact report, an implementation report, a cost-benefit analysis, and descriptive reports that describe the impacts by center characteristics and the characteristics of youth served by Job Corps.
Impact Findings from the National Job Corps Study Article in American Economic Review 98(5) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Chemistry is essential to our everyday lives, to the economy and to the future. ACC's CAB is a first-of-its-kind, leading economic indicator that helps anticipate peaks and troughs in the overall U.S. economy. The chemical industry employspeople in the U.S., but the job opportunities don't stop there.
This paper presents a conceptual framework for understanding the problems encountered by high school dropouts in their school-to-work transition. The underlying assumption is that dropouts are likely to face strains in their homes, jobs, and other community settings that are similar to those which led them to leave school.
Exemplary school and work programs for dropouts are discussed and Cited by:. Abstract This paper presents findings from an experimental evaluation of Job Corps, the nation's largest training program for disadvantaged youths. The study uses survey data collected over four years and tax data over nine years on a nationwide sample of 15, treatments and controls.
The Job Corps model has promise; program participation increases educational attainment, reduces .Economic and Job Creation Impact Study of The Ohio Housing Trust Fund Allocations Fiscal Years Effective Date Ma This Economic and Job Creation Impact Study was made possible with support from.IDENTIFIERS *Job Corps.
ABSTRACT. This study was undertaken to relate Job Corps training outcomes to the costs of training, in terms of human talent, time, and material resources. Training outcomes or benefits were classified according to Job Corps objectives, then compared to total costs incurred by both training center and enrollee.