AN ACT TO CLARIFY THAT QUALIFIED YOUTH FIFTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER MAY ENROLL IN COURSES IN FIRE TRAINING AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES, TO REDUCE THE REQUIRED AGE FOR BEER AND WINE WHOLESALER SALESMEN TO EIGHTEEN, TO MAKE A TEMPORARY CHANGE TO THE YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROVISIONS OF THE WAGE AND HOUR ACT TO ALLOW FIFTEEN YEAR OLD WORKERS TO BE EMPLOYED IN CERTAIN ESTABLISHMENTS AFFECTED BY LABOR SHORTAGES, UNTIL DECEMBER 31, 2023, TO ENABLE THE STATE BOARD OF COMMUNITY COLLEGES TO STREAMLINE DELEGATION OF CERTAIN CAPITAL PROJECTS TO COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUSES, TO ESTABLISH A PROCEDURE FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION TO ASSIST COMMUNITY COLLEGES WITH PROJECTS UPON REQUEST, AND TO MAKE A TECHNICAL CORRECTION TO PROVISIONS IN THE 2022 APPROPRIATIONS ACT RELATING TO THE USE OF FEDERAL INFRASTRUCTURE BROADBAND FUNDS.
Enacts a new sub-subdivision to GS 115D-20(4) to permit qualified youth 15 years and older to enroll in courses in fire training, including certification-eligible courses, pursuant to GS 95-25.5(n), as amended, on a specialized course list approved by the State Board of Community Colleges. Amends GS 95-25.5(n) to authorize qualified youth under 18 years old to be permitted to enroll in courses in fire training at a community college on a specialized course list approved by the State Board of Community Colleges pursuant to new GS 115D-20(4)e. Applies to any courses a qualified youth enrolls in on or after January 1, 2021.
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