DTA is dedicated to equipping families with the skills needed to become economically independent. Access to employment opportunities is critical in achieving this goal. The DTA Works program can assist clients by offering employment experience through a short-term, paid internship at a local DTA office, partner state agency or non-profit organization. To be eligible for the DTA Works, clients must be receiving TAFDC with at least 9 months remaining on their State TAFDC clock, be able to participate in an interview and be able to pass a CORI.
Effective immediately, a new ESP program book associated with all current policies and procedures of the DTA Works program will be available in the Online Guide.
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