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TANF & WIOAIn this short video, TANF practitioners explain how partnerships at their local American Job Centers are creating opportunities to reach more people who utilize their services.
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A representative from the Youth Today Out-of-School Time (OST) Hub would like to know if there is any research or models about Career Technical Education (CTE) after-school and/or summer programs for youth.
A representative from the Connecticut Department of Social Services would like to know if any TANF lead agencies use “housing search” as an approved work activity for homeless or transitional housing TANF participants.