N.Y. Labor Law Section 1006

The department shall identify and leverage any available funds as necessary, including any private funds provided for the purpose of supporting this article, which may be used to subsidize the New York youth jobs connector program. The department may further identify any private or not-for-profit entities which currently provide job placement or training services, or other services described in § 1005 (Administration and services)section one thousand five of this article, whether as the entity’s primary purpose or coincidental to such entities’ operations. Such entities may include, but not be limited to, boys and girls clubs, local or state-wide affiliated young persons’ organizations, and employer associations. The department may, to the extent practicable, contract with such entities for the explicit purpose of using their membership or staff to directly seek out and notify unemployed youths between the ages of sixteen and twenty-four years about the New York youth jobs connector program and the services offered thereunder.

Source: Section 1006 — Funding, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/LAB/1006 (updated Jul. 7, 2023; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

Jun. 15, 2024

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