Element: Unit Length Description Cost **Describe Service/Proposer Comments *Counties to Serve
Tutoring, Study (a) Tutoring designed to improve the academic knowledge and skills of youth in
Skills, Dropout Hour:______ specific areas.
Prevention Class:_____ (b) Study skills designed to improve youths’ ability to learn by studying on their own.
Per Person (c) Dropout prevention strategies designed to keep youth in school until graduation
Strategies, Credit Week:_____
from high school.
Recovery & Summer Fixed Rate:_____ (d) Courses or study aides to assist student with credit recovery
remediation (e) Summer remediation to include summer school and credit recovery
(a) Entity should offer specialized, structured curriculum for in-school youth as an
intervention for students with behavior problems, who are at risk of dropping out,
Alternative Hour:______ who are institutionalized or adjudicated youth.
Secondary School Per Person Class:_____ (b) Alternative school must be approved by the local education agency (LEA) and
Services Week:_____ the program must adhere to state academic content standards.
(c) Alternative program must ultimately lead to a diploma or GED
(a) Training must consists of an organized program of study that provides specific
vocational skills that lead to proficiency in performing actual tasks and technical
functions required by certain occupational fields at entry, intermediate, or advanced
Occupational Skill levels.
Hour:______ (b) Training must result in the attainment of a certificate of degree awarded by a
Training Per Class or
* Not already listed on State Class:_____ state educational agency or a state agency responsible for administering vocational
WIA Eligible Training Provider Week:_____ and technical education; an institution of higher education; a professional industry or
employer organization; a registered apprenticeship program; or a trade association.
(a) Services are intended to develop the potential of young people as citizens and
leaders. They should encourage responsibility, employability, and other positive
(b) Outcome of this component is for youth to be able to demonstrate organizational
and professional leadership skills such as:
Leadership Hour:______ (1a) teamwork: how to work as a team
Development Per Unit Class:_____ (2b) leadership: types of leaders, quality of leaders, and learning to “lead”
Opportunities Week:_____ (3c) communication: presentation skills and public speaking tips
(4d) competition: diversity training; conflict resolution; group dynamics
(5e) commitment: commitment to team and organization
Curriculum available through the North Tennessee Workforce Board if proposer does not have materials
(a) Mentoring should build positive, supportive relationship between youth and
Hour:______ adults and provide positive adult role models for youth.
Adult Mentoring Per Person Class:_____ (b) Mentoring should be a one-on-one supportive relationship between and adult
Week:_____ and youth that is based on trust.
(a) Services are intended to help youth make and implement informed educational,
Comprehensive Hour:______ occupational, and life choices.
(b) Services also can include assisting youth in changing serious problem behaviors
Guidance and Per Person Class:_____
such as drug and alcohol abuse, bullying, violence, self-mutilation, or involvement
Counseling Week:_____ with the juvenile justice system.
*Please indicate location (counties) that you are willing to provide this service.
** You may attach a separate sheet if more space is needed to describe services or to add additional comments.
***Proposers do not have to bid on all elements you have the option to bid on multiple elements or one element and the option to deliver service in one county
or multiple counties.