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1 WIA Youth Programs Annual Presentation FY Layout/Design by: Brittany Callahan Photography by: Belinda Todd

2 Workforce Investment Act Youth Programs Workforce Escarosa provides services to youth between the ages of 14-21, who are either at risk of dropping out of school or already out of school, to facilitate the completion of an educational program. FY Service Providers: School Board of Escambia County School Board of Santa Rosa County Children’s Home Society of Northwest Florida Career Counseling/Mentoring Goal Setting Tutoring Work Experience Employability Skills Training Basic Skills Instruction Job Shadowing Leadership Training Job Development Job Placement Services Provided:

3 Performance MeasureChildren’s Home Society Escambia County School District Santa Rosa County School District Total Participants Served Total In-School Participants106/176 60%79/121 65%97/141 69% Total Out-of-School Participants ( 30% required) 70/176 40%42/121 35%44/141 31% Younger Youth Goal Attainment Rate (All youth must attain 1 goal by anniversary date) 100/102 98%35/38 92%140/153 92% Younger Youth Skill Attainment Rate ( 75% Required) 100/102 98%74/77 96%149/167 89% Younger Youth Credential/Diploma Rate ( 50% Required) 27/35 77%24/26 92%29/39 74% Younger Youth Positive Outcome Rate as Defined by WIA Exiters entering into post secondary education, advanced training, apprenticeships, military service, unsubsidized employment. (80% Required) 29/35 83%8/18 44%33/39 85% Older Youth Credential/Diploma Rate ( 40% Required) 6/9 67%2/3 67%5/6 83% Older Youth Positive Outcome Rate as Defined by WIA Exiters entering into post secondary school, advanced training, apprenticeships, military service or employment. (80% Required) 9/9 100%4/8 50%5/5 100% Youth Performance By Contractor

4 Collective Performance of RWB1 Youth Programs Total Youth Participants Served: 438 In-School282/43864%- 1% change from FY Out-of-School156/43836%+ 1% change from FY Younger Youth Goal Attainment275/29394%+ 6% change from FY Younger Youth Skill Attainment323/34693%+ 3% change from FY Younger Youth Credential/Diploma80/10080%+ 6% change from FY Younger Youth Positive Outcome70/9276%+ 6% change from FY Older Youth Credential/Diploma13/18 72%- 5% change from FY Older Youth Positive Outcome18/2282%- 8% change from FY

5 Service Provider Presentations FY


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