CCRY Spring 2015 Meeting Materials

On April 1-2, 2015, CLASP convened the spring meeting of the CCRY Network at FHI 360 in Washington, D.C. During the day and a half, network members and guests engaged in strategic dialogue on behalf of disconnected and disadvantaged youth, with special attention paid to career pathways and implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Below are the PowerPoint presentations and other materials from the meeting.

About the Meeting:

  1. Agenda
  2. List of Participants
  3. CCRY Network Description

National Policy

  1. National Policy Update: Expanding Opportunities for Low-Income and out-of-School Youth
  2. My Brother’s Keeper Task Force: One-Year Progress Report to the President
  3. The President’s Budget: Select Investments in Education and Employment Pathways for Vulnerable Youth
  4. CLASP’s response to the Congressional Budget Proposals
  5. ESEA Reauthorization: Challenges & Opportunities

Career Pathways

  1. Overview of Career Pathways
  2. Prep-slides for Career Pathways Discussion and Definitions
  3. Side by Side: Alliance for Quality Career Pathways Framework 1.0 & WIOA

WIOA Implementation

  1. Unpacking WIOA: Implications for Disconnected Youth and Young Adults
  2. What to Look for in the WIOA Regulations and Guidance
  3. CLASP Recommendations for Regulations, Guidance and Technical Assistance
  4. DOL TEGL 23-14: WIOA Youth Program Transition
  5. DOL TEGL 19-14: Vision for the Workforce System and Initial Implementation of WIOA
  6. WIOA Key Implementation Dates for Programs Administered by DOL
  7. WIOA Key Implementation Dates for the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act (AEFLA)

Apprenticeships and Pre-Apprenticeships

  1. American Apprenticeship Grants
  2. Expanding Apprenticeship Opportunities in the U.S. — The Hamilton Project
  3. Key Capacities of Construction Pre-Apprenticeship Programs — The Aspen Institute

Resources and Publications

  1. Campaign for Youth Roadmap
  2. WIOA Game Plan for Low-Income People Webinar Series
  3. My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge and Opportunity Youth — Opportunity Youth Network