Volunteer work — Child care or other work — Training.
(1) Recipients of temporary assistance for needy families who are employed or participating in a work activity under *section 312 of this act may volunteer or work in a licensed child care facility. Licensed child care facilities participating in this effort shall provide care for the recipient's children and provide for the development of positive child care skills.
(2) The department shall train two hundred fifty recipients of temporary assistance for needy families to become family child care providers or child care center teachers. The department shall offer the training in rural and urban communities. The department shall adopt rules to implement the child care training program in this section.
(3) Recipients trained under this section shall provide child care services to clients of the department for two years following the completion of their child care training.
[1997 c 59 § 30; 1997 c 58 § 405; 1994 c 299 § 8.]
| Reviser's note: *(1) Section 312 of this act was vetoed by the governor.|
(2) This section was amended by 1997 c 58 § 405 and by 1997 c 59 § 30, each without reference to the other. Both amendments are incorporated in the publication of this section under RCW 1.12.025(2). For rule of construction, see RCW 1.12.025(1).
Intent -- 1997 c 58: See note following RCW 43.215.545.
Short title -- Part headings, captions, table of contents not law -- Exemptions and waivers from federal law -- Conflict with federal requirements -- Severability -- 1997 c 58: See RCW 74.08A.900 through 74.08A.904.
Intent -- Finding -- Severability -- Conflict with federal requirements -- 1994 c 299: See notes following RCW 74.12.400.