Feasibility study and evaluation of non-traditional occupation demonstrations

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Initiated in June 2013, the 'Feasibility Study and Evaluation of Non-Traditional Occupation Demonstrations' project sought evidence-based strategies that increase opportunities for employment in occupations where specific populations and subpopulations are traditionally underrepresented (non-traditional occupations, or NTOs). Three reports were developed under this study. A literature review identifies prior research and studies that identify barriers to NTO entry and retention for women, and strategies that aim to address these barriers. The interim report describes the steps taken to...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Adult and community education; Employment; Gender; Evaluation; Apprenticeship

Keywords: Program evaluation; Nontraditional occupation; Barrier; Student retention; Perception; Employment outcomes; Recruitment; Marketing

Geographic subjects: United States; North America

Published: Washington, District of Columbia: DOLETA, 2018

Physical description: [157] p. (final report) + [116] p. (interim report) + [80] p. (literature review)

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Resource type: Report

Call number: TD/TNC 140.301

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