The following interventions are currently offering some services remotely in response to COVID-19.

Intervention Description
Job Corps Job Corps provided individualized education, vocational training, residential support, comprehensive health services, counseling, and job placement assistance, typically in a residential setting, to economically disadvantaged youth to help them become more responsible and obtain employment.
Project Quality Employment Through Skills Training (QUEST) Project QUEST provides financial resources and supportive services to people with low income to help them complete occupational training programs, pass certification exams and obtain credentials, and access well-paying jobs in the health care industry.
Thresholds Individual Placement and Support (IPS) The Thresholds IPS Employment Services aimed to quickly secure competitive employment for clients with serious mental health and substance abuse issues and a history of arrest or incarceration.
Year Up Year Up offered training and work experience in the information technology and investment operations fields to young adults to help them access careers with good pay and advancement opportunities.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Individual Placement and Support (IPS) Employment Services The VA’s IPS program aimed to move homeless veterans with severe mental health and substance abuse issues into competitive employment rapidly as part of an integrated treatment approach.
Per Scholas Sectoral Employment Program Per Scholas provided a computer technician training program, internships, soft-skills training, and supportive services to participants who were low income to help them obtain computer certification and find jobs in the information technology sector.
STRIVE Employment Model The STRIVE program provided soft-skills training, employment placement assistance, and computer access to improve employment outcomes and reduce recidivism for formerly incarcerated individuals who had recently reentered society.
YouthBuild YouthBuild provided education, training, and other supportive services to youth with low incomes who were disconnected both from high school and from the workforce with the goal of reengaging them in employment and education.
Urban Alliance’s High School Internship Program The Urban Alliance’s High School Internship program aimed to prevent high school seniors from becoming disconnected from higher education and the workforce through a paid internship program bundled with pre-work basic job training, continued soft-skill and job-specific training, mentorship, and access to services for program alumni.
Georgia Fatherhood Program To increase levels of child support payment, the Georgia Fatherhood Program provided job placement, training in life skills, and occupational training to noncustodial fathers ordered to pay child support.
Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA) VIDA offered educational programs in high-demand occupations—including health care, manufacturing, and technology—to individuals with low income.
Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Prisoner Reentry Program CEO’s Prisoner Reentry Program provided former prisoners with a preemployment class, temporary paid jobs with New York City agencies, job coaching, job development, a parenting class, and post-placement services to reduce recidivism and improve labor market prospects.
Greater Avenues for Independence (GAIN) GAIN provided a series of education, training, and work readiness activities tailored to participants’ education and skill levels to help recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) increase their employment and earnings. 
Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership (WRTP) Sectoral Employment Program The WRTP provided low-income individuals with certificate programs in health care and construction, soft-skills training, case management, and supportive services to help them obtain and retain better-paying jobs and to meet local industry needs.