Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP) Unemployed workers create new businesses and job opportunities for other workers through self employment. This self-employment training program case study booklet has been developed for general use in exploring the feasibility of this kind of development tool. Are you ready for Self-Employment? The Self-Employment Training (SET) Program offers practical training, business advice and group support to help you develop the.
Are self- employment training programs effective? Evidence from Project GATEThis paper was based on research conducted for the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (DOL/ETA), Office of Policy Development and Research by IMPAQ International, LLC.
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Eligibility requirements To be eligible for the Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP), you must: Qualify for regular unemployment benefits. Enroll in a training program that is approved by the Employment Security Department's. Eligibility requirements. To be eligible for the Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP), you must: Qualify for regular unemployment benefits. Enroll in a training. Home / Programs / Employment Services / Self-Employment Training Program Register Now Employment Services Employment Opportunities Self-Employment Training Program Summer Work Student Exchange All Programs. What is Self-Employment Assistance? The Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEA) is designed to encourage and support unemployed workers in creating their own jobs by. This self-employment training program case study booklet has been developed for general use in exploring the feasibility of this kind of development tool. The case studies describe a number of comprehensive, self-employment training.
The authors would like to thank a number of people who contributed to this paper, including: Ted Shen, Eileen Poe- Yamagata, Lisa Lin, Goska Grodsky, Norma Gavin, Steve Garasky, and Peter Mueser.