(1) Placement of youth service corps members shall be made in local government agencies
and community-based agencies, under work agreements, and shall include those assignments
which provide for addressing unmet community needs and assisting the community in
economic development efforts. Each work agreement shall:
(a) Demonstrate that the project is appropriate for the youth service corps members'
interests, skills, and abilities and that the project is designed to meet unmet community
(b) Include a requirement of regular performance evaluation, such evaluation to include
clear work performance standards set by the local government agency or community-based
agency and procedures for identifying strengths, recommended improvement areas, and
conditions for probation or dismissal of any youth service corps member; and
(c) Include a commitment for partial financial support of each youth service corps
member from a private business, a local government agency, a community-based agency,
an individual, or a foundation. The director may establish additional standards for the development of placements
for youth service corps members with local government agencies or community-based
agencies and assure that the work agreements comply with those standards.
(2) State agencies may use the youth service corps for the purpose of employing youth
qualifying under section 24-32-2007.
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