Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 107 Part 1.djvu/882

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107 STAT. 856 PUBLIC LAW 103-82—SEPT. 21, 1993 (4) PREFERENCE FOR CERTAIN PROJECTS.— In selecting an appropriate service project to be carried out under this section, the Secretaries shall give a preference to those projects which— (A) will provide long-term benefits to the public; (B) will instill in the participant a work ethic and a sense of public service; (C) will be labor intensive; (D) can be planned and initiated promptly; and (E) will provide academic, experiential, or community education opportunities. (5) CONSISTENCY. —Each appropriate service project carried out under this section in any public housing project or public works resource or facility shall be consistent with the provisions of law and policies relating to the management and administration of such projects, facilities, or resources, with all other applicable provisions of law, and with all management, operational, and other plans and documents which govern the administration of such projects, facilities, or resources. (e) LIVING ALLOWANCES. — The Secretaries shall provide each participant in the Urban Youth Corps with a living allowance in an amount not to exceed the maximum living allowance authorized by section 140(a)(3) of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 for participants in a national service program assisted under subtitle C of title I of such Act. (£) TERMS OF SERVICE.—Each participant in the Urbcm Youth Corps shall agree to participate in the Corps for a term of service established by the Secretary involved, consistent with the terms of service required under section 139(b) of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 for participants in a national service program assisted under subtitle C of title I of such Act. (g) EDUCATIONAL AWARDS. — (1) ELIGIBILITY.— Each participant in the Urban Youth Corps shall be eligible for a national service educational award in the manner prescribed in subtitle D of title I of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 if such participant complies with such requirements as may be established under this subtitle by the Secretary involved respecting eligibility for the award. The period during which the award may be used, the purposes for which the award may be used, and the amount of the award shall be determined as provided under such subtitle. (2) FORBEARANCE IN THE COLLECTION OF STAFFORD LOANS.— For purposes of section 428 of the Higher Education Act of 1965, in the case of borrowers who are participants in the Urban Youth Corps, upon written request, a lender shall grant a borrower forbearance on such terms as are otherwise consistent with the regulations of the Secretary of Education, during periods in which the borrower is serving as such a participant and eligible for a national service educational award under paragraph (1). (h) NONDISPLACEMENT. —The nondisplacement requirements of section 177 of the National and Community Service Act of 1990 shall be applicable to all activities carried out by the Urban Youth Corps and to all activities carried out under this section by a qualified urban youth corps. (i) COST SHARING. —