Aged Out youth in foster carekimjohn1102
the purposes of this grant, eligible participants are in‐school or out‐of‐school youth, ages
16‐24, who are new entrants who have never participated in the workforce, or have limited
The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates that since 2000, the share of 16 to 19‐year‐old
youth who are working has plummeted by 40 percent, with fewer than a third of American
teenagers in a job last summer. Their share of the overall workforce has never been so low.
Further, about 5.5 million young people are disconnected youth. Disconnected youth
include youth who are homeless, in foster care, involved in the justice system, and/or they
are neither employed nor enrolled in an educational institution. Disconnected youth who
meet the eligibility criteria below are the focus of this funding opportunity.
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