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Section 5107.60 | Administering additional work activities.

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In accordance with Title IV-A, federal regulations, state law, the Title IV-A state plan prepared under section 5101.80 of the Revised Code, and amendments to the plan, county departments of job and family services shall establish and administer the following work activities, in addition to the work activities established under sections 5107.50, 5107.52, 5107.54, and 5107.58 of the Revised Code, for minor heads of households and adults participating in Ohio works first:

(A) Unsubsidized employment activities, including activities a county department determines are legitimate entrepreneurial activities;

(B) On-the-job training activities, including training to become an employee of a child day-care center or type A family day-care home, administrator of a licensed type B family day-care home, or in-home aide;

(C) Community service activities including a program under which a participant of Ohio works first who is the parent, guardian, custodian, or specified relative responsible for the care of a minor child enrolled in grade twelve or lower is involved in the minor child's education on a regular basis;

(D) Vocational educational training activities;

(E) Jobs skills training activities that are directly related to employment;

(F) Education activities that are directly related to employment for participants who have not earned a high school diploma or high school equivalence diploma;

(G) Education activities for participants who have not completed secondary school or received a high school equivalence diploma under which the participants attend a secondary school or a course of study leading to a high school equivalence diploma, including LEAP participation by a minor head of household;

(H) Child-care service activities aiding another participant assigned to a community service activity or other work activity. A county department may provide for a participant assigned to this work activity to receive training necessary to provide child-care services.

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