3 edition of Development of training incentives for the youth of minority groups found in the catalog.
Development of training incentives for the youth of minority groups
United States. Government Contract Committee.
1957 in Washington .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Development of training incentives for the youth of minority groups. [United States. Government Contract Committee.]. This Handbook presents current research on children and youth in ethnic minority families. It reflects the development currently taking place in the field of social sciences research to highlight the positive adaptation of minority children and youth.
It offers a succinct synthesis of where the field is and where it Author: Natasha J. Cabrera. is needed in the area of minority child devel-opment.
The manuscripts represent signifi-cant ethnic diversity among both senior and contributing authors. An overarching theme is what minority status means, beginning with prenatal development and extending into parenthood-where child-rearing practices, values, knowledge, and beliefs and their ef.
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The development of an incentives and recognition system in the 4-H YDP should be based on the following assumptions: The goal of the system is to help youth and adult volunteers attain personal growth and a sense of self-worth.
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Chris Young of Rainmaker Group, Inc. has noted that the “training and development budget is often the first to go and the last to come back” (Young, ). Organizations undergoing fiscal challenges may target employee training as the first cost-cutting by: Indiana Youth Institute exists to improve the lives of all Indiana children.
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Use of Funds. Funds may be used to pay direct training costs for workers in new jobs including trainee wages for on-the-job training, curriculum development, delivery of training, materials and supplies, training equipment and facilities, and trainer travel and lodging costs.
Summer youth employment and training programs Allocates appropriations to specified territories and to the states for summer youth programs. Permits funds available under this title to be used for employment or job training activities designed for employment or employment preparation and placement and supportive services for program participation and employment retention.
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