Presentation on theme: "WIA YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR 2010-2011 YEAR-TO-DATE Childrens Home Society YouthWorks Program."— Presentation transcript:
WIA YOUTH SERVICES PROGRAM FISCAL YEAR YEAR-TO-DATE Childrens Home Society YouthWorks Program
Contract Requirements Contract Requires: 157 Total Youth Served YTD: 134 In-School: 91 Out-of-School: 43
Contract Requirements Contract Requires Foster care/ Independent Living 30% Department of Juvenile Justice 20% Currently serving: 40 Foster Care/Independent Living (30%) 28 Department of Juvenile Justice (21%)
Younger Youth Credential/Diploma Rate 50% is required. 10/31 = 32% Outcome will improve by June 30 th with graduating participants for the School Year.
Younger Youth Positive Outcome Rate Defined by WIA ( Exiters entering into post secondary education, advanced training, apprenticeships, military service, unsubsidized employment) 80 % is Required 18/31 58% Outcome will improve with positive exits by June 30, 2011
Older Youth Positive Outcome Rate Defined By WIA ( Exiters entering into post-secondary school, advanced training, apprenticeships, military services or employment) 80% Required 4/4 = 100%
Work Sites Year-To-Date Hitachi Cable East Hill Market Wendys City of Pensacola Beauty Zone Coffee House Tastee Freeze Sams Fun City Barnhills
Successful Transition Ciarra Leib (Customer Service Rep.)
Employment Training Cox Communications
Employment Training Cont.
Year End Activities Scheduled Week of Spring Break- Community Service Project June 9, Post-Secondary Education Understanding the Transit System Guest Speaker: Chandra Jones Pensacola State College Educational Talent Search Specialist Tonya Ellis Escambia County Area Transit Community Liaison