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Hard Work on Soft Skills: Creating a 'Culture of Work' in Workforce Development. Authors: T. Houghton and T. Proscio. 2001. Available from Public/Private Ventures at www.ppv.org.
Helping Students Graduate: A Strategic Approach to Dropout Prevention. Authors: J. Smink and F. Schargel. 2004. Available from Eye on Education at www.eyeoneducation.com.
A How To Guide for Creating Employment and Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Youth. Author: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 2002. Available at www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/mfh/nnw/resourcesforcenters/ nnwcreatingemployment.pdf.
It's My Life: Employment. Author: Casey Family Programs. 2004. Available at www.casey.org.
An Overview of Alternative Education. Author: L. Aron. 2006. First in a series of papers on alternative education prepared for the U.S. Department of Labor by the Urban Institute. Available at www.doleta.gov/youth_services.
PEPNet Guide to Quality Standards for Youth Programs: Linking Youth to Work and Education for a Successful Transition to Adulthood. Author: National Youth Employment Coalition. 2005. Available at www.nyec.org.
Providing Employment and Training Services to Homeless and Runaway Youth (training and employment notice). Author: Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. January 6, 2006. Available at www.doleta.gov/youth_services.
The Road to Self-Sufficiency: An Income Growth Strategy for Out of School Youth. Author: K. Stottlemyer. 2001. Available from the New York Association of Training & Employment Professionals at www.nyatep.org.