Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 4.djvu/835

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PUBLIC LAW 101-610—NOV. 16, 1990 104 STAT. 3151 (d) COMPOSITION OF PROGRAMS.—The Commission shall ensure that not less than 25 percent of the programs that receive assistance under this subtitle include full-time, part-time and special senior service participants. (e) DESIGN OF PROGRAMS.— States shall design programs, consistent with the provisions of this Act, that meet the unique needs of the State, which may include programs that limit the type of service participants may perform or limit the age of participants to a narrower age subgroup. (f) STATE APPLICATION FOR GRANT.— To receive a grant under section 141, a State shall prepare and submit, to the Commission, an application at such time, in such manner, and containing such information as the Commission may reasonably require, including— (1) a description of the State administrative plan for the implementation of a program with assistance provided under this subtitle, including such functions, if any, that will be carried out by public and private nonprofit organizations pursuant to a grant or contract; (2) a description of the manner in which an ethnically and economically diverse group of participants, including economically and educationly disadvantaged individuals, collegebound youth, individuals with disabilities, youth in foster care who are becoming too old for foster care, and employed individuals, shall be recruited and selected for participation in a program receiving assistance under this subtitle; (3) a description of the procedures for training supervisors and participants and for supervising and organizing participants in such program; (4) a description of the procedures to ensure that the program provides participants with an opportunity to reflect on their service experience; (5) a description of the geographical areas within such State in which the program would be operated to provide the optimum match between the need for services and the anticipated supply of participants; (6) a description of the plan for placing such participants in teams or making individual placements in such program; (7) assurances that, prior to such placement, the State will consult with any local labor organization representing employ- ees in the area who are engaged in the same or similar work as that proposed to be carried out by such program; (8) assurances that, prior to such placement, such State will consult with employees at the proposed project site who are engaged in the same or similar work as that proposed to be carried out by such program; (9) a description of the anticipated number of full- and parttime participants and special senior service members in such program; (10) a plan for the recruitment and selection of sponsoring organizations that will receive participants under programs that receive assistance under this subtitle; (11) a description of the procedures for matching such participants with such sponsoring organizations; (12) a description of the procedures to be used to assure that sponsoring organizations that are not matched with participants shall be provided with information concerning the VISTA