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42 U.S. Code § 11302


(a) In generalFor purposes of this chapter, the terms “homeless”, “homeless individual”, and“homeless person”means— [1](1)

an individual or family who lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence;

(2)

an individual or family with a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings, including a car, park, abandoned building, bus or train station, airport, or camping ground;

(3)

an individual or family living in a supervised publicly or privately operated shelter designated to provide temporary living arrangements (including hotels and motels paid for by Federal, State, or local government programs for low-income individuals or by charitable organizations, congregate shelters, and transitional housing);

(4)

an individual who resided in a shelter or place not meant for human habitation and who is exiting an institution where he or she temporarily resided;

(5) an individual or family who—(A) will imminently lose their housing, including housing they own, rent, or live in without paying rent, are sharing with others, and rooms in hotels or motels not paid for by Federal, State, or local government programs for low-income individuals or by charitable organizations, as evidenced by—(i)

a court order resulting from an eviction action that notifies the individual or family that they must leave within 14 days;

(ii)

the individual or family having a primary nighttime residence that is a room in a hotel or motel and where they lack the resources necessary to reside there for more than 14 days; or

(iii)

credible evidence indicating that the owner or renter of the housing will not allow the individual or family to stay for more than 14 days, and any oral statement from an individual or family seeking homeless assistance that is found to be credible shall be considered credible evidence for purposes of this clause;

(B)

has no subsequent residence identified; and

(C)

lacks the resources or support networks needed to obtain other permanent housing; and

(6) unaccompanied youth andhomelessfamilies with children and youth defined ashomelessunder other Federal statutes who—(A)

have experienced a long term period without living independently in permanent housing,

(B)

have experienced persistent instability as measured by frequent moves over such period, and

(C)

can be expected to continue in such status for an extended period of time because of chronic disabilities, chronic physical health or mental health conditions, substance addiction, histories of domestic violence or childhood abuse, the presence of a child or youth with a disability, or multiple barriers to employment.

(b) Domestic violence and other dangerous or life-threatening conditions

Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, the Secretary shall consider to be homeless any individual or family who is fleeing, or is attempting to flee, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, or other dangerous or life-threatening conditions in the individual’s or family’s current housing situation, including where the health and safety of children are jeopardized, and who have no other residence and lack the resources or support networks to obtain other permanent housing.

(c) Income eligibility(1) In general

A homeless individual shall be eligible for assistance under any program provided by this chapter, only if the individual complies with the income eligibility requirements otherwise applicable to such program.

(2) Exception

Notwithstanding paragraph (1), a homeless individual shall be eligible for assistance under title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act [29 U.S.C. 3111 et seq.].

(d) Exclusion

For purposes of this chapter, the term “homeless” or “homeless individual” does not include any individual imprisoned or otherwise detained pursuant to an Act of the Congress or a State law.

(e) Persons experiencing homelessness

Any references in this chapter to homeless individuals (including homeless persons) or homeless groups (including homeless persons) shall be considered to include, and to refer to, individuals experiencing homelessness or groups experiencing homelessness, respectively.

(Pub. L. 100–77, title I, § 103, July 22, 1987, 101 Stat. 485; Pub. L. 101–625, title VIII, § 822, Nov. 28, 1990, 104 Stat. 4355; Pub. L. 101–645, title VI, § 602, Nov. 29, 1990, 104 Stat. 4734; Pub. L. 105–277, div. A, § 101(f) [title VIII, § 405(d)(41), (f)(32)], Oct. 21, 1998, 112 Stat. 2681–337, 2681–427, 2681–434; Pub. L. 111–22, div. B, § 1003(a), title V, § 1502(b), May 20, 2009, 123 Stat. 1664, 1701; Pub. L. 113–128, title V, § 512(s), July 22, 2014, 128 Stat. 1712.)

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DHSS and the CDC are responding to an outbreak of respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus that was first detected in many locations internationally, including in the United States. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” and the disease it causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”).

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Budget Travel & Backpacking in South America

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Why go backpacking in South America?

Do you like your journeys hot, hot, hot and packed with jaw-dropping scenery, exultant nightlife, a rich blend of cultures, delicious dining, spectacular beaches, and exotic wildlife? You don’t? We don’t believe you! South America is the continent you need in your life.
Relatively few countries make up South America, but there’s still a frankly ludicrous amount of places to visit. The most popular destination is Brazil, from the party city of Rio de Janeiro overseen by the iconic Christ the Redeemer, to bustling Brasilia and the superlative Sao Paulo, down south to the rugged landscapes of the Amazon basin.

From there you can travel to Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador and more, tailoring your gap year adventure to suit you. If you’re after wonders of the world, there’s Machu Picchu in Peru, a 15th-century Inca fortress at the top of a mountain. If you want to lie on the beach by day and party by night head to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where there’s no place for inhibitions.

If you want somewhere relatively untouched by tourists there’s Guyana to the north. If you want a ridiculous range of postcard scenery you might never leave Argentina, with its mountains and glaciers and forests. If you want to fill your backpacking quest with wildlife you can visit megadiverse Venezuela.

We could go on, but you probably get the idea. South America should be part of any gap year itinerary, and we’re here to help you make that happen.

Tours in South America

South America tours

South America is an incredible continent with a mind-boggling array of natural and cultural wonders. With so much to do, it can be a little daunting figuring out how to see all the best bits, knowing you’re not missing anything important.

With that in mind, a great option for travelling in South America is to do so on a guided tour. You’ll share the experience with like-minded people, have an expert leading the way, and you’ll be able to just sit back and enjoy the ride.

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Working in South America

South America jobs

A common source of paid work in South America is teaching English. This is a great way to bolster your budget and add some fantastic experience to your CV. For most teaching jobs you’ll need a TEFL qualification, which is usually gained before you jet out. You’re also generally expected to hold a degree.

There are some schools that will waive these requirements, but these are often low-paying, disorganised, or dishonest, and you risk not having a good experience.

There are other working options such as farming or sports coaching, but these will be harder to come across as there isn’t a shortage of workers in South America.

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Volunteering in South America

Volunteer placements

If you’re looking to volunteer on your gap year, South America is an ideal destination, the Amazon Rainforest and Caribbean coastline playing host to some of the world’s leading conservation programs.

A great deal of volunteer work in South America involves wildlife and conservation, and there’s a huge variety on offer. You can protect habitats in the Amazon, help baby turtles find their way to the ocean in Guyana, work with endangered species in wildlife reserves, and a whole lot more. There are few better places on the planet to visit if you want to volunteer with animals.

There are other options too, often involving teaching and working with children or the disabled.

As with any volunteering project anywhere in the world you should think carefully about your natural interests, strengths, and weaknesses before committing to anything. These placements are usually a lot of hard work – part of what can make them such a great experience.

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Budget accommodation in South America

Accommodation

You should rarely have trouble finding accommodation in South America on your gap year, though the quality and cost can vary significantly depending on where you are on the continent.

More developed nations like Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, are likely to be the most expensive, although still generally cheaper than you would pay in Europe. In less developed countries like Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador, you can get by on a much tighter budget. In smaller countries like Guyana and Suriname it can sometimes prove a bit trickier to secure accommodation.

Finding & booking

It’s usually a good idea to pre-book accommodation in South America whenever possible. If you’re following established tourist trails this is generally less necessary, but be aware that at certain times of the year hostels on these routes can be very busy. In big cities like Rio de Janeiro or Buenos Aires this is less likely to be an issue.

Types of accommodation

The kinds of accommodation you find in South America will largely depend on where you travel. More developed countries like Brazil and Argentina will have a wide range, from luxury hotels down to pokey hostels, so you’ll almost always find something to suit your budget. You can also arrange homestays and find guest houses in more popular tourist areas.

Countries like Bolivia and Peru are less developed but so popular with travellers that there’s plenty of hostels to choose from, though generally fewer nicer hotels. Still, wherever you stay here, it’s likely to be nice and cheap.

Small countries like Guyana and Suriname can be more troublesome, especially if you’re visiting more rural areas. There are hotels and hostels, but not in the abundance you’ll find elsewhere. We recommend planning ahead if you’re visiting these countries.

Visit the coast in countries like Chile and Colombia and you’ll often find you can rent a beach hut right on the sand. They’ll be more expensive than regular accommodation, but worth it for such a perfect slice of paradise.

Getting to South America

Travelling to South America

The best way to travel to South America from overseas is to fly. The amount of international flights into the continent has greatly increased in recent years, and most backpackers arrive in Rio de Janeiro or Buenos Aires and go from there.

Some countries in South America like Paraguay and Suriname can still be difficult to reach, often requiring you to fly somewhere close by and travel overland.

It’s surprisingly difficult to get into South America overland, as the only way to do so is from Central America. There are no roads or railways that connect Panama to Colombia, though it is possible to ship your car over by ferry if you’re feeling particularly determined.

It’s possible to take a ferry or cruise liner from the lower Caribbean into South America, although this is rarely a cheap option. The same can be said for coming down from North or Central America – these trips are usually pleasure cruises rather than pure transport.

Getting around South America?

Transport in South America

Transport in South America is fairly extensive and easy to use, whether your backpacking tour is taking you far afield or if you’re only travelling locally. There’s good tourist infrastructure in place, so it’s usually easy to reach even the most remote areas (though you might pay more for the privilege).

By plane

If you’re sticking to a strict itinerary it’s often a good idea to use domestic or other short distance flights between destinations, as overland travel in South America can be time consuming. However flights between countries in South America can be expensive compared to domestic flights. This means it’s sometimes cheaper to fly to the border city of one country, cross the border on the ground, and then take another flight to your final destination.

Make sure to check out visa requirements before travelling.

It’s usually easy to get reasonably cheap flights between major cities within a country. Exercise caution when it comes to using really low-cost regional airlines, as some of these have less than stellar safety records.

By train and bus

Railways in South America are not as extensive as elsewhere in the world. In fact there are no cross-country train services at all on the continent.

The more developed countries like Argentina, Chile, and Brazil have reasonable domestic networks that generally connect regional capitals, and these can be a good option if you’re travelling on a budget. Other countries like Bolivia only have trains on very specific routes, some of which are scenic routes designed just for travellers.

If you’re looking to travel overland in South America, using buses is definitely your best option. There are numerous bus companies that will take you all over the continent, and usually for a very reasonable price. Of course these journeys can take a long time, so for longer distances you should consider flying.

By car

The quality of roads in South America varies enormously. In more developed countries there are good road networks, whereas in countries like Bolivia and Guyana you’ll often find roads in disrepair, or get stuck with unpaved tracks. We generally don’t recommend driving in South America if you can help it.

Taxi drivers in South American will often try and overcharge you. To avoid this it can be worth asking around to get an idea of what you should be paying for a given journey. Unfortunately there aren’t really regulations about meters like you often find elsewhere. Agreeing a price before travelling is often a wise move.

As for safety, in bigger cities taxis can actually be a safer option late at night than taking the bus or walking. If you’re unsure about the safety of taxis in your area, visit the local tourist office.

What visas do I need for South America?

What visas do I need for South America?

There is pleasingly little to say about visa requirements in South America, as the majority of travellers simply won’t need one if you’re just visiting.

Brazil and Peru are a little stricter than others, but if you’re coming from anywhere in the EU or North America, you won’t have a problem. If you hail from elsewhere in the world you should check ahead of time if you’ll need to acquire a visa.

Citizens of Australia, Canada, and the USA will have to pay a fee of around USD100 to enter Argentina. This can be paid upon arrival.

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  • A Clue for Keyboarding– Students will be able to locate keys on the keyboard without looking at the keyboard, bulletin boards, and charts.
  • Acronym Names– Using the word processor.
  1. Company Stockholder Newsletter– They will use WordArt and/or a scanner to create letterhead stationery for their business. Students will use this stationery for their newsletter.
  2. Computer Lesson (Claris Works and Kid Pix)– Teach students how to write Haiku Poems.
  3. Concept Mapping a Web Site Design using Inspiration 7.6– Students will explain to the rest of the Web Design class, using the Inspiration concept map, the design of their assigned portion of new Web site.
  4. Creating a Business– Students are to choose an imaginary business. In Art class, they will design a logo for their business. In Computer class, they will make business cards that include that logo and a brochure that details their business.
  5. Creating a Web Page (en espanol)– Student will be introduced to HTML and the construction of a simply website with a minimum of 3 links to sites of a like interest.
  6. Evaluating Web Sites– Provide students with information on web site evaluation, give guided practice and then provide activities to apply their knowledge using the checklist for evaluation.
  7. Freddie the Fungus: A Play about Decomposers– Combine Language Arts (Haiku Poems) and Computers.
  8. Getting Inspired– Demonstrates knowledge of how to create, access, and utilize information through technology.
  9. Getting to Know Your Computer– For learning hardware.
  10. Ideas for Computer Teachers– These are just some quick ideas that I have created to help teachers and students have fun with computers.
  11. Lemonade business– To learn to use all features of Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Power Point to create charts and graphs and use those charts and graphs to make a Power Point Presentation on your lemonade stand’s profit/loss for the month.
  12. Lesson Plans for Every Classroom– 60 computer lesson plans.
  13. Microsoft 98– Following a brief introduction to the class, the high school freshmen will be able to turn on their personal computers, access the different Microsoft programs, and use them to complete a trial assignment allowing three errors after the use of all programs.
  14. Introduction to PowerPoint – At the end of the lesson, the student will be able to launch the program, save a file, and exit the program. The student will also be able to correctly identify the default file extension of a PowerPoint program.
  15. PowerPoint Project for Creating a New Business– This lesson plan is the final part of a project called the Integrated Business Project. The time frame is about 1 week.
  16. Running a Business– The students are then assigned to imagine that they are the owner of a store. They need to determine twenty items that they would sell.
  17. Simon Says: Let’s Learn the Computer Parts– Introduce the students to the parts of the computer (monitor, keyboard, mouse, printer, etc.) with an oral lesson.
  18. Space Presents Problems– Students will utilize the Internet, spreadsheets, and databases to solve problems relating to space.
  19. The Power of Poetry– Students will utilize the Internet to research figures of speech used in poetry and poetry terms.
  20. Using Chart Wizard in MS-Excel– Students will need to develop at least one line graph and a pie chart, which they will need to present to the other class members.
  21. Using Power Point in the Classroom– Teacher will learn how to incorporate Power Point into the daily Lessons by the hands on method.
  22. Web Page Scavenger Hunt– Local students have been given the assignment to create a web site for their school. How would they decide what to put on their site?
  23. Word Processing– Students will be able to create a new word processing document. Students will be able to save a file for the first time.




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