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OIC of Wilson SOAR is 54% funded by two U.S. Department of Labor Grants ($1,518,667), 26% funded by state and/ or local governmental resources ($733,550), and 20% funded through non-governmental resources ($566,805).
The WIOA targets ages 14 to 24. WIOA is to provide a systematic approach that offers youth a comprehensive set of service strategies and a closer link to the labor market. WIOA outlines a broader youth vision that supports an integrated service delivery system and gives a framework through which states and local areas can leverage other federal, state, local, and philanthropic resources.