State funds made available pursuant to this article shall be used to carry out both
of the following:
(a) The Jobs for California Graduates local program elements specified in Section 9902.
(b) Regional management and technical assistance activities, including, but not limited
to, all of the following:
(1) Operation of an office, including the hiring of staff, that shall be responsible
for managing and monitoring model local program compliance.
(2) Conducting research and evaluation of all Jobs for California Graduates local
programs, retaining a third-party provider as appropriate.
(3) Making available regional training and development opportunities for consistent,
effective implementation of the model local programs.
(4) Conducting educational and outreach activities to engage private and public sector
employers, secondary and postsecondary educational institutions, the military, state
and local elected officials, community and social service organizations, and other
(5) Conducting regional activities for students, including, at a minimum, a leadership
development conference and a career development conference.
(6) Providing for the continuous improvement of model local program performance outcomes.
(7) Developing and maintaining state and local partnerships with private and public
employers, secondary and postsecondary educational institutions, and community and
social services organizations.
(8) Providing other support and oversight to promote the continuous improvement of
Jobs for California Graduates local programs.
(9) Directly operating local programs as appropriate.
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