The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) outlines a broad youth vision that supports an integrated service delivery system and provides a framework through which states and local areas can leverage other Federal, state, local, and philanthropic resources to support in-school and out-of-school youth.
The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) at the U.S. Department of Labor has developed a series of technical assistance resources to help state and local workforce leaders, youth program practitioners, and other stakeholders and partners better understand and successfully implement the WIOA youth program.
WIOA Youth Program Overview Are you new to WIOA Youth, or need a refresher? Start here.
WIOA Youth Program Eligibility includes a fact sheet, an introductory webcast, and interactive tutorials on the eligibility requirements for the youth program
Performance resources on this page will help readers better understand the performance requirements for the WIOA Youth program.
Youth Committees resources designed to aid with transforming the potential of Youth Committees into measurable results.
Comprehensive Services webinar discusses those essentials local areas should have in place to most effectively use WIOA Youth funds.
WIOA Youth 14 Program Elements is a series of resource pages provides access to information and tools to help in developing and implementing the 14 program elements for the WIOA youth program.
Youth Case Management resources designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes youth need to succeed in their career pathways and gain self-sufficiency.
Partnering to Serve Specific Populationsprovides resources regarding partnerships, integral to the success of WIOA Youth programming.
ETA Guidance on the WIOA Youth Program