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ANNUAL REPORT FOR PY2011 WESTIN SAVANNAH HARBOR GOLF RESORT & SPA RETREAT 2012 SAVANNAH, GA JUNE 15, 2012 1 Cindy Landolt, Executive Director Building.

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1 ANNUAL REPORT FOR PY2011 WESTIN SAVANNAH HARBOR GOLF RESORT & SPA RETREAT 2012 SAVANNAH, GA JUNE 15, Cindy Landolt, Executive Director Building Tomorrows Workforce Today!

2 COASTAL REGION 12/AREA 20 On July 1, 2000, the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 was implemented in Georgia. As a result, Coastal Workforce Services (CWS) was created as one of the 20 designated areas throughout Georgia to work closely with Chief Local Elected Officials (CLEOs) from each of the nine counties to establish a Workforce Investment Board. The Coastal Workforce Investment Board (CWIB) develops policies and works with its partnering agencies to develop and to build an effective One-Stop Delivery System throughout the Region. 2

3 COASTAL WORKFORCE SERVICES MISSION STATEMENT: To guide or assist Coastal Georgia communities in all efforts to develop, promote, support and sustain a globally competitive workforce. Our Major Service Functions are : One-Stop Delivery of Services Year Round Youth Services Individual Training Accounts (ITA), On-the-Job Training (OJT) & Customized Training Federal Grant Administration and Monitoring 3

4 PY11 FINANCIAL STATUS 4

5 PY11 GRANT AWARDS TOTAL $3,798,564 5

6 PY11 AVAILABLE FUNDS TOTAL $4,592,915 6

7 GRANT FUNDING BY YEAR *PY09 includes ARRA funds

8 8 468 ITA Participants Served $ 1,601,477 Training & Support Services Expended

9 PY11 ADULT & DISLOCATED WORKER PARTICIPANTS BY CAREER CENTER 9

10 PY11 ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER 10

11 COMPARING ITA NUMBERS 11

12 12 Training & Support Expenditures PY11 Expenditures Increased 339% over PY08

13 PY11 YEAR ROUND YOUTH SERVICE PROVIDER CONTRACT AMOUNTS Contractor PY11 Formula Contracted Number to Serve Number Served *YTD *YTD % Expended Paxen Camden, Glynn, & McIntosh $235, % Paxen Chatham $207, % Savannah Impact Chatham $138, % Telamon Bryan, Liberty & Long $201, % Telamon Bulloch & Effingham $207, % 13

14 PY11 CWS OVERHEAD EXPENDITURES TOTAL $631,431 THROUGH MAY PY11 Total Budget $906,898

15 15 PROJECTED FUNDING FOR PY12 *PY09 includes ARRA funds

16 16 AS OF JUNE 8, 2012

17 1138 PARTICIPANTS SERVED IN PY11 17

18 18 High School Education Graduates59% Dropouts22% Currently Attending 20% Race Black60% Hispanic3% White40% Gender Female64% Male36% Other Demographics

19 AGES 19 Sources: GWS and WebFocus Years of Age Percentage % Change from PY % 23% (+7%) % 18% (+1%) % 27% (-2%) % 27% (-5%) 55+4% 5% (-1%)

20 20 Workforce Status At Registration % Change from PY10 Low Income82% 76% (+6%) Employed13% 14% (-1%) Public Assistance Information TANF Recipient5% 4% (+1) Food Stamp Recipient33% 25% (+8%) Other Information Veteran6% 7% (-1%) UI (Unemployment Insurance)30% 38% (-8%) Sources: GWS and WebFocus More Demographics and Statistics…

21 TOP PROVIDERS & PROGRAMS FOR PY11 BY PARTICIPANT COUNT 21

22 PY11 COMMON MEASURES 22 Adult Negotiated Level Performance Entered Employment Rate 81.2% 74.0% Meeting Retention Rate 81.8% 93.4% Exceeding Average Earnings $11,183 $14,961 Exceeding Dislocated Worker Entered Employment Rate 81.7% 71.7% Meeting Retention Rate 86.5% 91.3% Exceeding Average Earnings $14,504 $14,841 Exceeding Youth Placement in Employment or Education 59.0% 56.2% Meeting Attainment of Degree or Certificate 63.0% 71.5% Exceeding Literacy Numeracy Gains 22.0% 20.4% Meeting Source: Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL), May 31, 2012 Overall Performance: EXCEEDING

23 PROGRAM UPDATE YouthBuild 23

24 PUTTING ALL THE COMPONENTS TOGE THER Post-Graduate Resources Leadership Counseling Community Involvement Job & Career Development Supportive Services & &

25 Class of 2011 At Work

26 COMMUNITY SERVICE

27 Category Proposed Outcomes Class of 2010 Class of 2011 Performance Outcomes Literacy/ Numeracy Gains Met GED Attainment Exceeded Technical Certificates Not Met Employment /Post- Secondary Enrollment Met In-Fill Home Completed Met 27 YouthBuild Savannah ActualPerformance To date To date Grant Awarded July 2009

28 WIA COMMUNITY PARTNERS: GDOL, PAXEN & SIP YouthBuild Trainees ages are co- enrolled in the WIA Youth Services Program to provide Supportive Services & YB Trainees ages 22-24, are referred to the Savannah Career Center for Adults/Dislocated Workers Program Services Provided: Books Tuition Cost CPR Class Drug Screens GED Testing Drivers License Exams Eye Exams Bus Passes Uniforms Tutorial Services

29 COMMUNITY PARTNER: HOUSING AUTHORITY OF SAVANNAH Project Began: November 2007 Purpose: To provide YouthBuild trainees/graduates temporary, full & part-time jobs renovating vacant HAS apartments/units Duties: General clean-up, drywall repair, window & door installation, painting & tile replacement EARLINE DAVIS, Executive Director

30 OTHER PARTNERS Ash Tree Organization, Inc. Aucheev & Associates City of Savannahs Housing Department Savannah Technical College St. Josephs/ Candler Hospital

31 Built by the Class of 2011 Awesome Job!!!! Back View 2027 Lewden Street

32 Westin Savannah Harbor Resort & Spa

33 33


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