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SWN Annual Meeting Presentation 2012

SWN Annual Meeting Presentation 2012



Susuqehanna Workforce Network Investment Board Annual Meeting Presentation

Susuqehanna Workforce Network Investment Board Annual Meeting Presentation



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    SWN Annual Meeting Presentation 2012 SWN Annual Meeting Presentation 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • SUSQUEHANNA WORKFORCE NETWORK, INC. Annual Meeting June 22, 2012
    • Thank You! Collaborative Leadership Advancing & Growing the competitiveness of the Region Creating a better quality of life forbusinesses, jobseekers, and workers Innovative Workforce Strategies Exceeding Expectations
    • JobWellDone!
    • Creating Solutions forBusinessWorkforce Attraction Retention Development2900 Service Transactions = 20 %Over (300) First Time Business Users = 48%
    • Workforce Centers Over 29, 000 ServedEmployment Advising = 21% WORKFORCE CENTER SERVICES Job ListingsResume Workshops = 21% Labor Market Information Workshops on Job Search InterviewingIntense Resume Assistance = 50% Resumes Applying for a Federal JobTraining Interest = 24% Career Assessment Proficiency Testing Employment Testing Skill enhancement and Training Services Specialized Services for: Veterans People with Disabilities Dislocated Workers Recently Unemployed
    • Who are our Job Seekers?Male 56.5% Employed 19%Female 43.5% Unemployed 81% Did not complete High School 8% High School Diploma 46% Some College 25% College Degree 21%
    • Youth Services Provided services to 1, 206 youth Increased training services = 32%
    • VLT – Cecil County CommunityImpact Grant (16) Residents trained – (16) Occupational Certificates Administrative Professional & Microsoft Master Forklift Operator Government Contracting Pharmacy Technicians Project Management ControlLogix Advance Modules Paralegal Class A Tractor Trailer License Farrier Medical Assistant Commercial Deep Sea Diving Computer Software
    • Economic Competitiveness GrantOccupational Areas: Government Contracting Logistics and Acquisition Project Management Information Technology Computing & Communications Mid-Level Administrative and Business Skills Engineer Technicians Data Transcriber Federal Job Application Training/Security Clearance Awareness
    • Pathway Development Finance and Accounting Logistics and ContractingSoftware Engineering and Development Manufacturing and Technology
    • Additional New Priorities Labor Market Study OJT Veterans ConsortiaRenewing SWN Communication Plan
    • Workforce strategies that contributeto the economic competitiveness of businesses and workers