Part II : Youth Integration in the Labor Market

  • Published 2013

Abstract

Many countries have adopted a set of school-to-work programs designed to address this issue (Stern et al. 1997). These include job shadowing (following a competent worker through the work day); mentoring (matching students to an individual in an occupation); cooperative education (combining academic and vocational studies); work in a school-sponsored enterprise; tech prep (a planned program of study with a defined career focus); and internships or apprenticeships.

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@inproceedings{2013PartI, title={Part II : Youth Integration in the Labor Market}, author={}, year={2013} }