Personal Identifiable Information means--
Any representation of information that permits the identity of an individual to whom the information applies to be reasonably inferred by either direct or indirect means. Further, PII is defined as information: (i) that directly identifies an individual (e.g., name, address, social security number or other identifying number or code, telephone number, email address, etc.) or (ii) by which an agency intends to identify specific individuals in conjunction with other data elements, i.e., indirect identification. (These data elements may include a combination of gender, race, birth date, geographic indicator, and other descriptors). Additionally, information permitting the physical or online contacting of a specific individual is the same as personally identifiable information. This information can be maintained in either paper, electronic or other media.
Placement in Employment or Education (for Youth)
A program that has a documented partnership with an employer and is designed to prepare individuals to enter and succeed in a Registered Apprenticeship or Non-Registered Apprenticeship which includes all of the following:
a. Training and curriculum that aligns with the skill needs of employers in the economy of the State or region and that has been designed to prepare participants to meet the minimum entry-level requirements of theApprenticeship.
b. Access to educational and career counseling, and other supportive services as needed by participants.
c. Hands-on meaningful learning activities that are connected to education and training activities, such as Career Exploration and Career Development Experiences, and that reinforce foundational professional skills including, at a minimum, those outlined in the Essential Employability Skills framework.
d. Upon successful completion of the program, participants are supported to apply for a Registered Apprenticeship or Non-Registered Apprenticeship program, and may receive preference for enrollment.
Training services consisting of one or more courses or classes, that, upon successful completion, lead to a certificate, an associate degree, or a baccalaureate degree; a competency or skill recognized by employers; or a set of skills or competencies generally required for a job or a set of jobs.
Additionally, a program of study is a coordinated, nonduplicative sequence of academic and technical content at the secondary and post-secondary level that—