CLASP was tasked with identifying and
documenting effective practices in youth employment service delivery from communities across the country, with particular focus on the function and effectiveness of the workforce investment system and its collaborative relationship with other systems that serve at-risk and disconnected youth. CLASP first defined the components of an effective youth service delivery
system, which are discussed in detail throughout this report. CLASP then developed an assessment tool
that identified communities where these effective practices exist. Once the communities were identified, CLASP conducted comprehensive site
visits, telephone interviews and internet-based research to gather relevant information. The findings
from these activities are presented in this section of the report. The profiles and examples presented in this report are based on visits and interviews with
program administrators and providers in Baltimore, Boston, Hartford, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Portland and San Diego.
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