Eligible Participants Sample Clauses

Eligible Participants. Families and individuals experiencing homelessness. For the purposes of the Program, families and individuals are considered to be homeless only when he/she/they lack(s) a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence and reside(s) in a place not meant for human habitation, such as cars, parks, sidewalks, abandoned buildings, motels, or other shelters, or for reference as further defined in 24 CFR Part 578.3 and 576.2.
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Eligible Participants. Contractor shall provide services to persons experiencing homelessness as defined in the HEARTH Act (see 42 U.S.C. 11302, et esq., and 24 CFR Parts 91 and 576).
Eligible Participants. The FSGLA reserves the right to determine whether any company or product is eligible under the standards for inclusion in the festival.
Eligible Participants. Eligible Participants shall be determined from time to time by the Board from among the key employees of the Company, members of the Board of Directors of the Company, and key service suppliers to the Company . Such eligible participant shall be entitled to participate in this incentive stock option plan as part of their employment, retainer, or service agreements, when granted such options by the action of the Board by conveying to the Participant a Stock Option Grant Notice, substantially similar to the form attached hereto as Addendum 1 , and by entering into a Stock Option Agreement with the Company the form of which is attached hereto as Addendum 2 . 3)
Eligible Participants. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Plan or this RSU Agreement, in the United Kingdom only Employees of the Company or any Parent or Subsidiaries are eligible to be granted RSUs. Other persons who are not Employees are not eligible to receive RSUs in the United Kingdom. This RSU Agreement forms the rules of the employee share scheme applicable to, amongst others, the United Kingdom-based Employees of the Company and any Parent or Subsidiaries. All Awards granted to Employees of the Company or any Parent or Subsidiaries who are based in the United Kingdom will be granted on similar terms.
Eligible Participants. All full-time and part-time professional employees who are employed for the 2010-2011 school year are eligible to participate. Temporary or substitute professional employees are excluded from participation. ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE Initial enrollment in the plan shall be complete no later than September 15th of each school year. Professional employees who are employed after the beginning of the school year shall have three weeks following the date they meet eligibility requirements in order to enroll in the plan. Eligible professional employees may elect to participate and select benefits once each plan year. Benefits, once selected, cannot be changed until the beginning of the next plan year unless there is a change in a professional employee's family status; there is a change in the cost of an elected benefit or automatically due to the professional employee or his/her dependent no longer being eligible; a participant has a change in family status upon marriage, divorce, death of a spouse or child, or birth or adoption of a child; or, termination of employment of a participant. The participant shall supply written verification to the District of such change and must make any termination, election, or change within thirty (30) days of the date such change in family status occurred. A participant desiring to make such a change may discontinue participation or reduce benefits, but an election of new or increased benefits shall be subject to the requirements of the particular non-taxable benefit selection. A change in health (hospitalization) insurance premiums for the health insurance group shall not be construed as a change for the purpose of this section. A participant desiring to have a portion of the participant’s compensation used to purchase or provide a nontaxable benefit shall submit a request to the plan administrator on the enrollment form as provided by the District. The request on the enrollment form shall state:
Eligible Participants. Subrecipient shall provide services to homeless persons as defined in the Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act (the Act) (see 42 U.S.C. 11302, et esq., and 24 CFR Parts 91 and 576).
Eligible Participants. The Program is available on a voluntary basis to Subscribers of Provider taking electric service under the following rates: All Current Rates
Eligible Participants. The program is open to all Piedmont Electric members in good standing as defined by Piedmont Electric’s Service Rules and Regulations.
Eligible Participants. Full time employees who are eligible to be insured under the health insurance plan provided in this Agreement, and who may be insured under another health insurance plan, may elect to opt-out of the Board-approved health insurance plan by completing the Application for Participation In Health Insurance Conservation Incentive Plan.