56
- 1 - Collaborate. Innovate. Lead. careersourcetampabay.com Wednesday, August 19, 2020 9:00 AM ZOOM Meeting Youth Development Committee Agenda I. Welcome and Roll Call ........................................................................... Tom Aderhold, Chair II. Pledge of Allegiance ........................................................................................ Tom Aderhold III. Public Comments IV. Guest Speaker........................................................................................... Sean McCoy, PCG V. Overview 1. WIOA Youth Program ......................................... Juditte Dorcy / Fadhail Ibraheem, Page 2 2. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Program ....................................... Jennifer Wilson, Page 9 VI. Action/Discussion Items 1. DRAFT PY 20-21 Youth Performance Strategic Goals .................. Juditte Dorcy, Page 27 VII. Information Items/Programs Update 1. Youth Development Committee Roles & Responsibility ................. Juditte Dorcy, Page 30 2. Eligible Training Provider List – Application Process ...................... Juditte Dorcy, Page 31 3. CSTB Youth Policies ......................................................................... Jody Toner, Page 32 4. Wagner Peyser Demographic PY 19-20 ............................................ Jody Toner, Page 34 5. Youth Unemployment Rate ............................................................... Jody Toner, Page 35 6. PY 19-20 Closeout WIOA Youth Program ....................................... Juditte Dorcy, Page 36 7. Performance Watch Report ........................................................... Chad Kunerth, Page 37 8. Summer Job Connection (SJC) 2020 Update ............................. Jennifer Wilson, Page 38 9. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Infographic ................................ Jennifer Wilson, Page 40 10. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Annual Report ................................. Jody Toner, Page 41 VIII. Committee Comments IX. Future Business X. Adjournment Next Youth Development Committee Meeting: November 18, 2020

Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

  • Upload
    others

  • View
    1

  • Download
    0

Embed Size (px)

Citation preview

Page 1: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

- 1 -

Collaborate. Innovate.

Lead. careersourcetampabay.com

Wednesday, August 19, 2020 9:00 AM ZOOM Meeting

Youth Development Committee

Agenda

I. Welcome and Roll Call ........................................................................... Tom Aderhold, Chair

II. Pledge of Allegiance ........................................................................................ Tom Aderhold

III. Public Comments

IV. Guest Speaker ........................................................................................... Sean McCoy, PCG

V. Overview

1. WIOA Youth Program ......................................... Juditte Dorcy / Fadhail Ibraheem, Page 2 2. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Program ....................................... Jennifer Wilson, Page 9

VI. Action/Discussion Items

1. DRAFT PY 20-21 Youth Performance Strategic Goals .................. Juditte Dorcy, Page 27

VII. Information Items/Programs Update

1. Youth Development Committee Roles & Responsibility ................. Juditte Dorcy, Page 30 2. Eligible Training Provider List – Application Process ...................... Juditte Dorcy, Page 31 3. CSTB Youth Policies ......................................................................... Jody Toner, Page 32 4. Wagner Peyser Demographic PY 19-20 ............................................ Jody Toner, Page 34 5. Youth Unemployment Rate ............................................................... Jody Toner, Page 35 6. PY 19-20 Closeout WIOA Youth Program ....................................... Juditte Dorcy, Page 36 7. Performance Watch Report ........................................................... Chad Kunerth, Page 37 8. Summer Job Connection (SJC) 2020 Update ............................. Jennifer Wilson, Page 38 9. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Infographic ................................ Jennifer Wilson, Page 40 10. Summer Job Connection (SJC) Annual Report ................................. Jody Toner, Page 41

VIII. Committee Comments

IX. Future Business

X. Adjournment

XI. Next Youth Development Committee Meeting: November 18, 2020

Page 2: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

2 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

WIOA YOUTHProgram Overview

Page 3: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 3

WIOA Youth (Young Talent of Tampa Bay)

Young Talent of Tampa Bay offers local young adults between the ages of 16‐24 the ability to choose a successful career path through educational advancement opportunities, and work experience.

Page 4: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

4 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

WIOA Youth Eligibility

General Eligibility 

• 16‐24 years of age• Valid Social Security number

• Hillsborough County resident

• Meet U.S. Citizenship requirements or hold a valid permanent resident card in the U.S.

• Selective Service registered if applicable 

Primary Eligibility

• High School dropout• Offender• Homeless or runaway • Pregnant or parenting• Foster Care• Disabled

Secondary Eligibility

• Low Income with an additional barrier

WIOA Youth Eligibility

Page 5: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 5

Occupational Skills Training

CareerReady Training/Career

ExplorationRegistered

Apprenticeships

GED/Penn Foster

Supportive Services

Career Coaching and

Guidance

Employability Skills Training

Paid Work Experience/ Summer Job Connection

Tuition Assistance

ITA Cap $5,000

WIOA Youth Services

Page 6: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

6 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Employability Skills Training and Coaching 

Career Coaches work with youth to help develop employability skills and provide career mapping assistance.Employability Skills Development includes: Resume Building Interview Skills Practice Financial Planning Career Planning and Mapping Employ Florida Navigation and Job 

Search Assistance 

Page 7: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 7

Paid Work Experience 

Through Paid Work Experience, youth are provided hands‐on training to gain employment skills. 

The Program is designed to: Connect young adults to employers Develop the youth’s employability 

skills Give employers the opportunity to 

employ motivated youth and provide guidance for professional development

Page 8: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

8 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

THANK YOU!

Page 9: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 9

SUMMER JOB CONNECTION

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Presenter: Jennifer Wilson SJC Coordinator

Page 10: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

10 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Why have a summer job program?

High youth unemployment rate in Hillsborough County No centralized summer program initiative  Summer 2019 was the launch of CSTB’s Inaugural Summer Youth Employment Program for our local board

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Page 11: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 11

What is Summer Job Connection (SJC)?

Introduces youth to the world of work and helps them develop a thorough understanding of employer expectations, work ethic and financial responsibility.  Provide opportunities for career awareness/exploration Introduction to Essential Work Readiness Skills

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 3

Page 12: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

12 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Scope of the Program 

Traditional Summer Youth Employment Program  Introduction of new Career Exploration Model• Assessments• Online & In person Work Readiness Training • Financial Literacy Workshops• Exposure to local business

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Page 13: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 13

Scope of the Program – Internship Model

Robust Paid Work Experience positions• $11 per hour• Work a maximum of 24 hours/week• Six‐week duration 

CSTB – Employer of Record  Workman’s Compensation covered by the State of Florida, DEO

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Page 14: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

14 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

2019 Accomplishments

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 6

587 youth served

560 youth PWE

90 unique worksites

96% completion 

rate

Page 15: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 15

SJC 2020:  Key Dates & Youth Incentives 

Summit attendance ‐ $50 for attending  Career Exploration Weekly modules/assignments ‐$200  Full Completion & Final Project ‐ $200  Youth had an opportunity to earn $1,050 during SJC 2020.  

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 7

Youth Summit Events:  6.10 & 

6.11.2020 CXP Start date:  

6.15.2020  CXP End date: 

7.10.2020 

Page 16: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career Exploration Program (CXP) Pivoted design to Virtual Career 

Exploration Four Week CXP Program Design:

▫ Week 1 – Self‐evaluation to include learning style, personality assessment and what motivates you 

▫ Week 2 – Career Exploration, Virtual College tours and Reality Check (financial literacy)

▫ Week 3 – Networking and Communication, the importance of a professional social media presence & Elevator Pitch 

▫ Week 4 – Culmination Project▫ Includes Weekly employer lead 

Lunch & Learns

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Page 17: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 17

Career Cluster Assessment

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 9

Page 18: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

18 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Career Cluster Assessment Results

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 10

Page 19: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 19

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 11

Page 20: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

20 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

‘A Day in the Life …’ Lunch & Learn Series

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 12

Publix ‐ Voncara Daly  Parwani Law – Rinky Parwani 

Florida House of Representatives            Rep. Susan Valdes

Synapse –Monica Angel

International Paper Emily Carver 

International Paper Gerrard Roberts

Page 21: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 21

SJC 2020 Funding 

•Purpose 1 – Receiving temporary cash assistance 

•Purpose 2 – Meets 200% of Federal Poverty Level

•Out‐of‐School Youth (OSY)•Out of School Students 

•Ages 16‐24 (19 if Out‐of‐School)

•Must meet one hard‐to‐serve barrier

• In‐School Youth – (ISY)• In‐School Students•Ages of 16‐21                                (19 if In‐School)

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) 

Youth

Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) 

Youth

MISC.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families 

(TANF)

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 13

Page 22: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

22 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

2020 Accomplishments

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 14

496 youth served

450 youth  Enrolled in 

CXP

79% completion 

rate

Page 23: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 23

2020 Survey Results 

Overall level of Satisfaction ‐ 92% Career Exploration assignments & tasks 

were meaningful – 95%  Likely to participate in another SJC 

program – 95% Likely to recommend SJC to family and 

friends – 96%

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 15

Page 24: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

24 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Thank You CSTB

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 16

Page 25: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 25

SJC 2021 Program…

January 2021SJC 2021 online application link:  

www.TampaSummerJobs.com

8/14/2020CareerSourceTampaBay.com 17

Page 26: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

26 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

8/14/202018CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Jennifer Wilson SJC CoordinatorP: (813) 419‐5398E: [email protected]

Jody TonerChief Policy & Performance OfficerP: (813) 930.7409E: [email protected]

THANK YOU!

Page 27: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 27

Action Item # 1

DRAFT 2020 – 2021 Youth Development Committee Goals

GOAL 1: INCREASE YOUTH CAPACITY FOR ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE THROUGH PROGRAMS THAT PROVIDE WORK-RELATED EDUCATION, WORK READINESS SKILLS AND OCCUPATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES. Objective 1: Maximize the use of technology and online services to meet job seeker needs.

• Identify virtual services platform to promote robust services to job seekers and employers. • Customize Employability Skills Workshops and virtual workshops for youth in multiple media

platforms. Objective 2: Increase the number of youth participants who earn a nationally recognized industry credentials including: GED, Penn Foster, Microsoft Office MOS, Hospitality, Bring You’re a Game, etc. Objective 3: Increase WIOA Out-of-School youth participation in Occupational Skills Training (OST).

• Enroll job seekers into training programs that lead to careers in targeted occupations with an emphasis on career laddering opportunities in the following industries CSTB targeted industries: − Healthcare/ Life Sciences − Manufacturing/ Logistics − Information Technology − Financial & Professional Services − Hospitality/ Retail/ Tourism − Trades/Construction/Transportation

Objective 4: Promote apprenticeship training and pre-apprenticeship programs to prepare youth for career opportunities. GOAL 2: INCREASE WORK-BASED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES TO YOUTH IN HIGH GROWTH INDUSTRIES INCLUDING PAID WORK EXPERIENCE AND ON-THE-JOB TRAINING. Objective 1: Increase participation in the Paid Work Experience (PWE) and the On-the-Job Training (OJT) programs.

Page 28: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

28 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Objective 2: Collaborate with business and workforce education to promote the work-based training opportunity to youth in industry driven training programs aligned with CSTB’s targeted industry sector needs. GOAL 3: EXPAND OUTREACH EFFORTS TO MAXIMIZE COMMUNITY AWARENESS, YOUTH ENGAGEMENT AND ENROLLMENT.

Objective 1: Develop and promote CSTB WIOA Youth program services as a primary source for future talent pipeline through platforms, such as LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Objective 2: Increase partnership capacity with key One Stop Partners, community-based, faith-based organizations and educational partners that have an emphasis on working with young adults.

GOAL 4: CONTINUE BUILDING ON THE ESTABLISHED SUCCESSES OF THE EXISTING SUMMER JOB CONNECTION (SJC) PROGRAM. Objective 1: Expand innovative SJC program design to offer engaging, meaningful services to young adults outside of the traditional Paid Work Experience (PWE) internship, Career Exploration, Entrepreneurial training, etc. Objective 2: Maximize the utilization of technology, through applications that are compatible with smartphones (apple, android) and tablets, including gamifications with badges and certifications. Objective 3: Continue to expand on the critical skills training workshops, online modules including financial literacy component. Objective 4: Establish mechanism to provide credentialing to youth enrolling into the SJC program to include: Bring You’re a Game, LinkedIn Learning, Microsoft, etc. Objective 5: Increase and diversify employer participation to offer a wide range of PWE worksite options covering all CSTB Targeted Industries. Objective 6: Identify opportunities to leverage appropriate non-workforce development funding and grants that align with the SJC scope. Long term goal to provide services to 10,000 youth in 10 years without workforce development funds. Objective 7: Showcase our successes with employer engagement, partnership development and youth through: Faces of SJC (print), virtual stories, video production, Infographic, Annual SJC Report and SJC Year End Awards Celebration. GOAL 5: EFFECTIVELY MANAGE KEY YOUTH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PERFORMANCE. Objective 1: Manage workforce development performance through monitoring and analysis of critical performance reports.

• Monitor local key performance measures as defined by the CSTB Board of Directors through the Performance Dashboard Report.

Page 29: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 29

• Routinely review and analyze the internal WIOA Youth Performance Watch Reports by

Departments. • Analyze federal level WIOA Youth Primary Indicators of Performance on a quarterly basis and

benchmark against other metro LWDB’s. • Analyze all WIOA Youth programmatic monitoring to include internal, contracted board, DEO

or external monitoring such as USDOL.

Page 30: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

30 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 1

Youth Development Committee Roles & Responsibilities

Page 31: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 31

Information Item # 2

Eligible Training Provider List – Application Process

Background: CareerSource Tampa Bay (CSTB) accepts applications from new training providers for the provision Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and Welfare Transition (WTP) funded Occupational Skills Training Programs are accepted during the 1st quarter of the program year, July-September. Additionally, requests for program additions for an existing approved training provider will only be accepted during this time frame. The Eligible Training Provider Policy can be found at: https://www.careersourcetampabay.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Policy-Eligible-Training-Provider-Policy-01.22.2020.pdf

Initial Eligibility for Training Providers: 1. Training courses are listed on the Targeted Occupations List (TOL) and 2. Wage and placement data are reported to Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) or have promissory letters on file and 3. Licensed with the Commission for Independent Education (CIE) 4. The training provider will have to meet all requirements established by the LWDB to include the Current approved local workforce development board additional threshold criteria also requires new training programs:

• Limit new training providers/new training programs to a maximum of 12 enrollments until performance is established

• Limit training programs to those with a minimum entry level wage rate of $15.25 per hour* (based on annual regionally adjusted wage rate)

Subsequent Eligibility for Training Providers: To maintain its eligibility to provide approved training, the private training provider must:

• Maintain licensure through the Commission for Independent Education. • Fulfill requirements as agreed to in their agreement with an LWDB. • Supply student-based information to FETPIP on an annual basis. • Meet state and/or local performance criteria, as applicable.

Page 32: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

32 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 3 WIOA Youth Policies

The CSTB Board has a formal policy “CSTB Policy and Procedure Development – Policy #

019-C0038 that was effective on 11.21.2019. This policy outlines CSTB policy framework, format, matrix and numbering system, implantation timeline, post implementation analysis, ongoing training, periodic reviews and modifications.

Policies are created for the following areas:

• All CSF and DEO policies requiring board policy • Recommendations by CEO, COO, CFO and senior leadership staff • Key programmatic areas within organization

All policies drafted by the CPPO are sent to the CSTB executive, senior leadership team and

CSTB Board counsel for review and input. Input is solicited and received prior to a policy being submitted to the appropriate CSTB Committee, Executive Committee or Board of Directors for review, consideration and recommendation for approval. Policies require Board level approval, prior to implementation by CSTB staff. Policies are finalized internally and prepared for CSTB Committee/Board where CPPO presents for approval.

Once approved by the Board of Directors, the policy is updated with official implementation

date, formatted in a PDF version and sent out to the CSTB senior leadership team. The policy is then placed on the U Drive at U:\Career Services\2019 Policies and Procedures and then placed on the Intranet (http://local.careersourcetampabay.com/) – located under the “CSTB Policy and Procedure” header and also placed on the CSTB website (https://www.careersourcetampabay.com/reports-and-publications/) - located under the “Reports and Publications” section under “About Us.”

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 enacted a comprehensive

youth employment program for serving eligible youth, ages 14-24, who face barriers to education, training, and employment.

Funds for youth services are allocated to states and local areas based on a formula. The

WIOA Youth Program focuses primarily on out-of-school youth, requiring local areas to expend a minimum of 75% of WIOA youth funds on them. The program includes 14 program elements that are required to be made available to youth participants. WIOA prioritizes work experience through a 20% minimum expenditure rate for the work experience program element.

Page 33: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 33

Outlined below are the existing CSTB Board approved policies that specifically apply with to the WIOA Youth Program:

• WIOA Title 1 Program Eligibility Criteria Policy #019-C0035 • WIOA Youth 5% Exception and 5% Limitation Policy #019-C0050 • Youth Requiring Additional Services Policy #019-C0031 • Supportive Service and Incentive Policy #018-C0012 • On-the-Job Training (OJT) Policy #018-C0011 • CSTB Paid Work Experience (PWE) Policy #019-C0016 • Apprenticeship Policy #019-C0041

Page 34: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

34 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 4 Wagner Peyser Demographic

The Wagner Peyser demographic covers the reporting period July 2019 – June 2020 of program year 2019 – 2020.

Page 35: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 35

2.2 %16.6 %

29.9 %20.4 %

17.1 %

11.1 %2.6 %

0-18 19-24 25-35 36-45 46-5556-65 66-100

7.27%

30.67%

7.31%

5.93%

20.99%0.12%

38.67%

27.91%

NO HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA DIPLOMA/ GEDVOCATIONAL SCHOOL MASTER'S BACHELORSNOT GIVEN ASSOCIATES AND HIGHERBACHELOR AND HIGHER

WAGNER-PEYSER DEMOGRAPHIC

RACE/ ETHNICITY

Program Year 2019 - 2020(July 2019- June 2020)

The Wagner-Peyser Act provides universal access of employment services to both job seekers and employers. Such services include, but not limited to: job search assistance, job referral, and placement assistance for job seekers, re-employment services to unemployment insurance claimants, and recruitment services to employers with job openings.

EDUCATIONAL LEVEL

0.01% 0.63% 1.28% 3.52% 14.93% 27.13% 25.76%

53.87%

OTHER HAWAIIAN AMERICAN INDIAN ASIAN NOT IDENTIFIED HISPANIC BLACK WHITE

AGE GROUP

Source: EmployFlorida

1,741of customers identified has having a disability.

2,721of participants

identified as Veterans.

Page 36: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

36 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 5 Youth Unemployment Rate

According to the 2019 US Census Bureau, an estimated 185,008 young adults between the

ages of 16-24 reside in Hillsborough County, comprising nearly 13% of the total estimated population in 2019. Youth and young adults face unique barriers to employment and the need for relevant career exploration opportunities. Youth unemployment rates are nearly double the overall unemployment rate and the employment rates of ages 16-19 (24%) and 20-24 (63%) in Tampa Bay are reflective of the national downward trend of fewer young adults in the labor force, as reported by the Brookings Institution. Furthermore, nearly 45,000 are disconnected youth ages 16-24 who are not in school or the workforce and have attained less than an associate degree, positioning them for an increased risk of subsequent poverty and unemployment. Without a supportive environment, the most vulnerable youth and young adults – such as those from low-income families, current and former foster care youth, pregnant and parenting, and other at-risk populations – often encounter significant challenges in developing the necessary skills to enter the workforce.

The trend of declining workforce participation rate of youth and young adults ages 16-24

nationwide over the past couple decades is projected to continue, with USDOL 2022 estimates at 50%, largely attributed to increasing school attendance. Without intervention, these compounded barriers for disadvantaged young adults lacking the financial means and/or skill levels to pursue training, and without connection to education and or the workforce, are set up for lifelong barriers to employment and self-sufficiency.

WIOA shifts the primary program focus of Title 1 formula programs to support the educational

and career success of out-of-school youth. It creates opportunities for youth that move beyond traditional employment and training services and infuses such principles as preparation for postsecondary opportunities, establishing a strong future pipeline, linkages between academic and occupational learning, connections to the local job market, and needed follow- up services for youth served under the Act.

Additional information on youth unemployment rates can be found at the following sources:

• Annie E. Casey Foundation Kids Count Data Center • USDOL Civilian labor force participation rate by age, sex, race, and ethnicity • Brookings Institute The Plummeting Labor Market Fortunes of Teens and

Young Adults Report

Page 37: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 37

Information Item # 6 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

Youth Program PY 19-20

Reporting Period: PY 19-20 July – June

Reporting Period: PY 2018 - 2019

Performance Category PY 19-20 PY 18-19

Planned Actual % of Goal Planned Actual % of

Goal

# Served 1,089 647 59.41% 1,484 873 58.83%

Credentials 980 56 5.71% 700 110 15.71%

Positive Outcomes 882 94 10.66% 650 168 25.85%

Employment 89 159 Military 1 2

Post-Secondary Outcome 4 7

Youth Employment: July to December 2019

Total Placements YTD 89

Average Wage at Placement $14.55

Page 38: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

38 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 7 Performance Watch Report for Youth

Page 39: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 39

Information Item # 8 Summer Job Connection (SJC) 2020 Update

Overview:

• June 10 - June 11, 2020: Virtual Zoom Youth Summit Events were conducted • Youth Summit Survey Results: Overall level of satisfaction – 9.4 • June 15, 2020 – Program start date • July 10, 2020 – Program end date

Enrollment Stats: 496

• 450 youth enrolled into the SJC online Career Exploration component o At the end of week four, ending July 10th, 79% of youth successfully

completed

• Conducted weekly Zoom Lunch & Learns “A Day in the Life” the following participated:

• Casper Company • Hammond Psychology & Associates • Licencia Para Divertirse • Minimise USA • Publix

• Parwani Law Firm • Representative Susan Valdes • Suncoast Credit Union • Synapse FL

• SJC 2020 Program Closeout o Overall level of Satisfaction - 92% o Career Exploration assignments & tasks were meaningful – 95% o Likely to participate in another SJC program – 95% o Likely to recommend SJC to family and friends – 96%

• SJC 2021 Preliminary planning underway

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow…One Summer Can Change your Future – We are making connections that matter!

142

39315

SJC Program Enrollments

ISY OSY TANF

Page 40: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

40 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Information Item # 9 Summer Job Connection (SJC) Infographic

Page 41: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 41

Information Item # 10

Summer Job Connection Annual Report

Page 42: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

42 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

SUMMER JOB CONNECTIONANNUALREPORT2020

CareerSource Tampa Bay2020 Summer Job Connection Program

Page 43: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 43

CONTENTSVISION

ABOUT SJC

AT A GLANCE: FACTS AND FIGURES

ENROLLMENT

FUNDING

ESSENTIAL SKILLS TRAINING

ADDITIONAL STATISTICS 10

Page 44: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

44 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

OUR VISION

Learning Today, Leading Tomorrow.

We are making connections that matter!

The CareerSource Tampa Bay Summer Youth Employment Program, branded Summer Job Connection (SJC) provides a unique opportunity for career exploration to youth in Hillsborough County. Summer youth employment programs instill the young adults of tomorrow with critical essential skills that all employers need. The SJC program orientated youth to the world of work, and exposed them to new experiences, ideas and potential career paths for the future through hands-on, real-world work experience through paid work experience positions in demand occupations or targeted industries. The program design was a vision created by CareerSource Tampa Bay (CSTB) that was met with the full support of the Board of Directors and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, as well. The inaugural program year was 2019.

Unemployment rates for youth in the age range of 16-24 years old usually run upwards of 13-14%. Our Summer Job Connection program prepares Hillsborough County youth to be work ready by exposing to opportunities in targeted occupations, established a future talent pipeline and assisted with reducing the skills gap shortage. With a focused emphasis on CSTB's core vision, Talent meets opportunity. Our SJC program is equipping the future talent pipeline for Hillsborough County employers.

Page 45: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 45

ABOUT SJC

Program GoalsIntroduce and prepare youth for the world of workWork Readiness/ Essential SkillsDevelopment of ResumeFinancial LiteracyExplore career interests and acquire good work habits and skillsOpportunity to earn incentives

Program StructureUp to 4 weeks of paid career exploration

Open to all eligible Hillsborough County resident 16-24 years old Program Dates: June 15 through July 10

Online application and eligibility requirements

Page 46: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

46 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

AT A GLANCE: FACTS AND FIGURES

Reflecting On Our StructureAs the COVID-19 national pandemic hit, we felt that it was best to pivot our program to a virtual online Career Exploration model, this summer, instead of the traditional paid work experience internship model. Many factors went into this decision such as the health, safety and well- being of youth, and our staff and the overall social and economic impact. This decision came as so many businesses are starting to slowly reopen, and needed to focus on these strategies and the impact to their overall operations during this time. The Career Exploration program model, CXP consisted of a four week online curricula that provided young adults an opportunity to really explore potential career options, conduct research, participate in engaging activities, network and communicate with other youth with similar interests and connect with some local business leaders in Hillsborough County. The Youth Summit took place on 6/10/2020 and 6/11/2020, and the CXP program launched on 6/15/2020.

Applications

1,500

Participants Enrolled

over $1.2M

Returning Participants

14% Self- Identified Disability

10.2%

1st Time Participant

86%

96%of participants

are likely to recommend the program.

496

Funding

reported likely to participate again

95%

Key Program Dates:6/10/2020: Virtual Youth Summit6/11/2020: Virtual Youth Summit6/15/2020: CXP launched 7/10/2020: CXP ended

Page 47: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 47

ENROLLMENT BREAKDOWNRace/ Ethnicity

68.7 %5.7 %

0.4 %

0.4 %

12.0 %

10.7 %

2.1 %

Black Asain American Indian/ Alaska Native�a�aiian/ Other �aci�c Islander White Other Did not identify

Age

80.6

3.4

3.4

2.6

16-17 (400 Youth) 18-19 (66 Youth) 20-21 (17 Youth)22-24 (13 Youth)

Male (185 Youth) Female (311 Youth)

37%63%

Gender

Page 48: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

48 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

ENROLLMENT BREAKDOWNEducational Level

2.4%

68.5%

14.9%

1.8%

12.3%

Grade: 8-9

Grade: 10-11

Grade: 12

Grade: College

Grade: N/A

Geographic Area

Tampa: 372 (75%)Brandon: 72 (15%)Southshore: 36 (7%)Plant City: 16 (3%)

Page 49: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 49

SJC Funding & OutcomesFinancial Highlights

Funding Streams

TANF64.2%

WIOA ISY28.4%

WIOA OSY7.2%

91%

of participants were very

satisfied/ satisfied with

the Financial Literacy

trainin��

$428,561Participants had to opportunity to earn $50.00 for

participating in the Youth Summit. In addition, Youth were

given the opportunity to earn an additional $200.00 in

incentives per week based on full completion in the CXP

modules of Summer Job Connection. If the youth completed

all 4 weeks and their final project, then they would have been

eligible for an additional $200.00. That means youth who

completed the entire program had the opportunity to earn

$1,050.00 this summer.

IN EARNED INCENTIVES IN 2020

Piloted re-loadable debit cards

Partnered with Regions Bank to provide a customized financial literacy virtual workshop

Issued 461 cardsMade 2,459 transactions: initial and reload

79%

completion rate at

the end of week 4.

Page 50: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

50 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

95%of participants

found the online assignments &

activities meaningful.

Week 1: Self- Evaluation including learning

style, personality assessment and motivational

topics

Week 2: Career Exploration, Virtual College

Tours, Reality Check/ Financial Literacy

Week 3: Communication, Networking, Social

Media Presence and Elevator Pitch

Week 4: Culmination Project

Lunch & Learn Sessions

Career Exploration topics:

The Lunch & Learn sessions were accomplished through Zoom meetings; averaging an hour in length. We felt that it was critical for young adults to hear from our local Hillsborough County leaders as to what they are looking for, what it takes to work at their business and how they achieved success. A business leaders passion can ignite and motivate a young adult in such a powerful way. Youth feedback received in post program survey requested additional Zoom Lunch & Learn sessions.

91%of participants

rated overall satisfaction of

Lunch & Learn sessions.

Participating Employer, Business and Community Leaders included:

Caspers Company McDonald'sGlobal Solutions EnterprisePublixFade In FullLicencia para DivertirseHammond Psychology & Associates, P.A.International Paper

Parwani Law, P.A.Minimise USASynapseFlorida House of Representative, Susan L. ValdezRegions BankSuncoast Credit Union

Essential Skills Training

Page 51: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 51

Additional Statistics & Quote

38%of participants

received Free/ Reduced Lunch.

"I can’t think of anything to improve other than having interns explain how skills one already has will help them in

the work place."-SJC 2020 Youth Participant

65%

of participants identified

as English Language

Learners

of participants identified as receiving

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

42%

"There is no doubt, these are unprecedented times. Employers are worried about maintaining their business, production, and customer base. Employees are worried about their jobs and families. Our youth are emerging into a very different workforce. Last year CareerSource Tampa Bay commenced Summer Job Connect. As an employer it gave me the opportunity to promote my industry as a career option to the emerging workforce/students. CareerSource Tampa Bay provided the composition for “On The Job Training” which provided me a healthy workforce without cost thus yielding an measurable increase in company profits. Combined with the fact I gained firsthand experience and dibs on the emerging workforce – I say it was a GREAT success. This year social distancing eliminated the same possibilities as last year. However, once again CareerSource Tampa Bay soared to the occasion and instead of “On The Job Training” they used technology to bring employers and students together. I was honored to have been selected to experience a virtual classroom presentation. I was amazed how active the students were in the session, the questions they asked, and the respect they showed. Mike and Jenifer did a fantastic job orchestrating the virtual classroom presentation and keeping order while allowing the students to express themselves. I hope the students got as much out of the class as I did. Strange, I no longer think of them as the unemployment office. I think of CareerSource Tampa Bay as my business partner. CareerSource Tampa Bay is the perfect example of a successful Private Public Partnership (P3)" - Larry Pasetti, COO of Minimise USA

Page 52: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

52 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020

Youth InterviewsTerry Jones is a second year SJC program participant that has recently been accepted to Hillsborough Community College for Graphic Design. Terry explained that he expected and appreciated the SJC program being more rigorous as this enabled him to challenge himself this year and improve on his soft skills covered throughout CXP, such as time management. One of the biggest lessons Terry learned this program year was when Mark Gibson, SJC Skills Instructor, played a video talking about Kobe Bryant and how he achieved fame. The video has allowed him to build up his confidence as he steps out of his comfort zone and allow people to get a better understanding of him rather than assume. Terry goes on to discuss his favorite Lunch & Learn meeting was with Kenny Mention from Fade In Full Barber Shop. It touched Terry as Kenny told his story of growing to become the barber he is today and made Terry think about his current career path. From that moment, Terry has been searching for the perfect career and backup plan.

"Hannah Psiaki enjoyed SJC due to its flexibility and adaptability of the program. Also, she learned important interview tips and writing a proper job application. Her favorite presentation was with Voncara Daly due to her personal attempts to get hired at Publix. COVID-19 impacted Hannah by interfering with her senior year. Due to the pandemic, her prom and other senior events were cancelled. "Don't take every school day for granted," she stated.

Page 53: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 53

SAVE THE DATEJANUARY 4, 2021

Stay Connected and Follow Us:

SUMMER JOB CONNECTION

ONLINE APPLICATION LAUNCHES

Text 'INFO' to (813) 412-8647

https://www.facebook.com/Summer-Job-Connections-104991384546107

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLfrTLAiPPxqvRAddpMD1EH4eNtLKCZ9uC

https://www.instagram.com/summerjobconnection/?hl=en

https://twitter.com/SummerJobCSTB

For more information, please visit: CareerSourceTB.com/summer-job

IGNITE. INNOVATE. INSPIRE.

One Summer Can Change Your Future...

Page 54: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

54 | Youth Development Meeting - August 19, 2020

NOTES:

Page 55: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 | 55

NOTES:

Page 56: Youth Development Committee...2020/08/19  · 6.15.2020 CXP End date: 7.10.2020 16 | Youth Development Committee Meeting - August 19, 2020 SJC 2020: Scope of the Program – Career

CareerSource Tampa Bay4902 Eisenhower Blvd., Suite 250 | Tampa, FL 33634

CareerSourceTampaBay.com

Copyright © CareerSource Tampa Bay. All Rights Reserved.

CareerSource Tampa Bay is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers listed on this website may be

reached by persons using TTY/TDD equipment via the Florida Relay Service at 711.

A proud partner of the network