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2014 - 2015. 135 Youth Served 89 In-School Youth – 66% 46 Out-of-School Youth – 34%

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2 135 Youth Served 89 In-School Youth – 66% 46 Out-of-School Youth – 34%

3 111 of 123 Younger Youth Goals were attained 90% Goal Attainment Goal Attainments include: Credential Attainments, Work Experience, Basic Skills Achievement, Enter Post-Secondary School, Military Enlistment (Contract requires 1 goal attainment per year per participant)

4 99 of 113 Younger Youth Skill Attainments 88% Skill Attainment Skill Attainments include: Work Readiness, Work Experience, Enrollment in High School and/or Post-Secondary, Enrollment in Technical Training, Basic Skills Training (Contract requires 75%)

5 51 of 58 Younger Youth Credential Attainment 88% Credential Attainment Credential Attainments include: High School Diploma, Occupational Completion Point, Technical Training Certification, AA., AS., BA., BS. (Contract requires 50%)

6 34 of 40 Younger Youth Positive Outcomes 85% Positive Outcomes Positive Outcomes include: Entrance into post-secondary education, military enlistment, unsubsidized employment, enrollment in approved apprenticeship program. (Contract requires 80%)

7 12 of 13 Older Youth Credential Attainment 92% Credential Attainment Older Youth Credential Attainment includes: Credential Attainments include: High School Diploma, Occupational Completion Point, Technical Training Certification, AA., AS., BA., BS. (Contract requires 40%)

8 7 of 7 Older Youth Positive Outcomes 100% Positive Outcomes Positive Outcomes include: Entrance into post-secondary education, military enlistment, unsubsidized employment, approved apprenticeship program. (Contract requires 80%)

9 Santa Rosa Medical Center Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office: Milton & Navarre Guys & Dolls Salon Helping Hands Thrift Store Red Roof Inn Cici’s Pizza DeGraaf Systems Food Tiger (Jay) Santa Rosa Women’s Center Nichols Seafood Growing Child Pediatrics Hall’s Hardware Firehouse Subs (Milton & Pace) The Breeze Movie Cinema Pittman’s Lumber Supply (Jay) Santa Rosa County Health Dept. Santa Rosa County Animal Services Ark Animal Hospital Southern Management Berryhill Elementary School Rhodes Elementary School

10 2013 – 2014 Field Trips: Healthcare Day Military Day Law Enforcement Day 2 Career Readiness Workshops

11 In-School Youth Joined WIA – August Goal to become a Pediatrician Began WIA work-experience at Growing Child Pediatrics - November 2013 working with patient files Enrolled in PSC Jan 2014, Nursing Program August, 2014 – Full-time employment with Sacred Heart Pediatric Medical Group in Pace (previously Growing Child Pediatrics)!

12 Enrolled in WIA January 2014 Dual Enrolled at Jay High School and Locklin Tech’s Computer Systems & Information Technology Program Received Certificate of Occupational Competency Participated in Work Experience while dual enrolled. Outstanding work ethic and desire to learn. Received a Full Scholarship to continue his Post-Secondary education at Locklin Tech.

13 Out-of-School, Younger Youth Completed Locklin Tech’s Electricity Program Participated in Work Experience activities at Santa Rosa Medical Center and DeGraaf Systems while enrolled in school. Full-time employment with Mundy Companies (Contractor at Ascend) earning $12.55 per hour with overtime opportunities as well as benefits! Ricky says WIA has helped pave the way for him to be successful in his career and for him to have the job he has now!


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