Designing workforce strategies that contribute to        the economic competitiveness of our regionresulting in a higher q...
Business Services                                   Year End Statistics            Business Contacts from July 1, 2011 – J...
Youth ServicesYear End StatisticsJuly 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012       General Youth Services       Entry Level Job Fair – 19...
Year End Statistics              WORKFORCE CENTERS ACTIVITY                July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012             Total ...
• Work Experience, Community Service  • Job Search    Unsubsidized Employment/Retention Services   • Summer Foster CareWAGE
Performance vs.                                   Standard   Performance        Standard                 Measure          ...
Committee Objective: Maintain afinancially sound and fiscally responsibleworkforce investment system.MEMBERS: Sheryl Davis...
$5,000,000$4,500,000                                                                                                      ...
Committee Objectives: •Ensure close coordination with economic development and area businesses. •Evaluate, change and expa...
Harford County Job Fair
Job Fair Calendar
 Onsite Recruitment DATE               WORKFORCE CENTER   BUSINESS 7/26/12            Aberdeen           Entry Level 8/8/...
Committee Objectives:• Provide recommendations for WIB on youthpolicy and initiatives.   (1) Developing and recommending l...
Committee Objectives:• Provides insight and information on programs beingdeveloped to help train current and future workfo...
Outcomes                         Goal   # To date thru Aug 2012 Career & Employment              4-5    4 pathways identif...
 Finance     and Accounting    Logisticsand Contracting    Software Engineering and           Development Manufacturin...
Committee Objectives:• Increase financial resources for SWN; increasingawareness for agency impact and capabilities;explor...
Labor Market Analysis: Analysis of region’s labormarket and economic assets and opportunities.VENDOR: Sage Policy Group, I...
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SWN WIB Presentation 09.28.12

  1. 1. Designing workforce strategies that contribute to the economic competitiveness of our regionresulting in a higher quality of life for business and workers.
  2. 2. Business Services Year End Statistics Business Contacts from July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 (2910 Businesses Served/305 New Businesses Served) Services Requested Services by Industry consumer recruitment assistance 11% service, hospitality 240 14 , and tourism 29% 4 job order/job match business 186 63% management and 1 training/grant finance 7% 93 11 information 6% manufacturing, en 128 847 16 76 1 gineering, and 2 labor market info 1% 115 technology 29% 26 95 environmental and 128 285 other 7% natural resource systems 6% 183 job fair coordinator health and 16113 biosciences 5% 197 4% 150 rapid response 1% 890 arts, media, and communication networking 5% 1% transportation and site visit 3% technologies 4% construction and business questions 1958 development 4% 1% partner referral information technology 7% tax credits HR services 8% seasonal hiring needs education .50% seminar
  3. 3. Youth ServicesYear End StatisticsJuly 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 General Youth Services Entry Level Job Fair – 197 Summer Job Fairs – 233 Outreach Activities – 539 WIA Services Intensive Services – 174 Follow-up – 63 Summer Foster care Program – 14
  4. 4. Year End Statistics WORKFORCE CENTERS ACTIVITY July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012 Total Customers To Date : 29,426 Avg Customers Per month: 2,452 Aberdeen Cecil 5973 10,054 20% 34% Bel Air 13399 46% Aberdeen Bel Air Cecil Our network of workforce partners leverage and maximize resources to provide high quality employment and trainingservices that lead to great possibilities and contribute to a better quality of life.
  5. 5. • Work Experience, Community Service • Job Search Unsubsidized Employment/Retention Services • Summer Foster CareWAGE
  6. 6. Performance vs. Standard Performance Standard Measure Met* or Exceeded**Entered Employment RateAdults 84% 82.9% √Dislocated Workers 89% 86.2% √Retention RateAdults 84% 85.1% √Dislocated Workers 91% 87.8% √Average EarningsAdults $13,100 $18,841 √Dislocated Workers $16,585 $19,901 √Youth Attainment of Degree or √ 66% 62.8%CertificateYouth Placement in Employment of √ 63% 81.0%EducationPerformanceYouth Literacy/Numeracy 65% 89.6% √
  7. 7. Committee Objective: Maintain afinancially sound and fiscally responsibleworkforce investment system.MEMBERS: Sheryl Davis Kohl, RitchLuzetsky, Renee Quietmeyer, Mary AnnBogarty, Mark Kamholz, Bruce LewisBruce England, Julie BrownMeets the Wed before the WIB meeting.Finance
  8. 8. $5,000,000$4,500,000 $103,136$4,000,000 $798,036 $2,331,425$3,500,000 $899,253$3,000,000 $1,739,977 $1,629,419 $439,847$2,500,000 $861,748 $1,341,721 $1,230,267 $1,293,166 $2,548,533 $2,523,274$2,000,000 $2,342,164 $2,096,718 $2,033,964 $1,657,840 $1,247,471 $1,527,409 $1,475,920$1,500,000 $1,408,563$1,000,000 $500,000 $0 PY04 PY05 PY06 PY07 PY08 PY09 PY10 PY11 PY12 WIA Allocation Non-WIA Allocation ARRA WIA AllocationAvailable Funding
  9. 9. Committee Objectives: •Ensure close coordination with economic development and area businesses. •Evaluate, change and expand, as needed, the business services of the one-stop system. •Promote services and resources of the one-stop system.MEMBERS: Dion Guthrie, Ritch Luzetsky, Sheryl DavisKohl, Ted Wasielewski, Bruce England, AlanSexton, Terri Kearney. Includes representatives fromlocal public school systems, local colleges, countyoffices of economic development, and other businessmembers as determined.Meets the second Monday of the month, no July meeting.Business Services
  10. 10. Harford County Job Fair
  11. 11. Job Fair Calendar
  12. 12.  Onsite Recruitment DATE WORKFORCE CENTER BUSINESS 7/26/12 Aberdeen Entry Level 8/8/12 Aberdeen CPL 8/18/12 CCWFC Trucking Career Fair 8/23/12 Aberdeen Upper Bay Counseling 8/27/12 Bel Air H.R. Solutions for Broadband Partners, Inc. 8/29/12 CCWFC Areas 8/3012 CCWFC Areas 9/6/12 CCWFC Areas 9/11/12 Aberdeen Macys 9/13/12 Bel Air Roadlink 9/10, 17, 24 CCWFC Cracker Barrel 9/17 -21, 24 -28 CCWFC Restoration Hardware 9/27/12 Bel Air Gallagher Services 9/27/12 CCWFC Areas  Rapid Response DATE COMPANY AFFECTED 7/11/12 Custom Direct 25 9/7/12 Encompass 30 9/15/12 HMS Host 300Business Activity (PY 12 to date)
  13. 13. Committee Objectives:• Provide recommendations for WIB on youthpolicy and initiatives. (1) Developing and recommending local youth employment and training policy and practice; (2) Broadening the youth employment and training focus in the community to incorporate a youth development perspective: Career Awareness, Exploration, Preparation and Work Continuum : Shadowing, Work Experience, Internship, Employment. (3) Establish linkages with other organizations serving youth in the local area.MEMBERS: Barney Michel, Kevin Walls, WarrenHamilton, Linda Siegel. Includes representatives fromlocal public school systems, local colleges, county officesof economic development, and other communitymembers as determined.Meets the third Wednesday of the month, no Junemeeting.Youth Council
  14. 14. Committee Objectives:• Provides insight and information on programs beingdeveloped to help train current and future workforceto meet perceived short and long term employmentneeds of area businesses.MEMBERS: Barney Michel, Ritch Luzetsky, MarkSteimer, Kevin Walls, Lisa Webb, Joseph Ricci.Includes representatives from local public schoolsystems, local colleges, county offices of economicdevelopment, and other members as determined.Meets quarterly and/or as needed.Economic Competitiveness
  15. 15. Outcomes Goal # To date thru Aug 2012 Career & Employment 4-5 4 pathways identified Pathways developed Customers to receive training 110 116 through Aug 2012 Customers provided with OJT 20 6 through August 2012. We opportunities have two already signed in September and more in the works. Customers trained in the 360 516 through August 2012 Federal application process BRAC impacted transferees 3010 3020 through Aug 2012 linked to employment & (100%) training services Total number of individuals to 3500 3661 through Aug 2012 be servedEconomic CompetitivenessProject
  16. 16.  Finance and Accounting  Logisticsand Contracting  Software Engineering and Development Manufacturing and TechnologyPathway Development
  17. 17. Committee Objectives:• Increase financial resources for SWN; increasingawareness for agency impact and capabilities;explore resource opportunities.MEMBERS: Don Mathis, Danny DeMarinis, BruceEngland, Linda SiegelMeets quarterly and/or as needed.Research, Development &Advocacy
  18. 18. Labor Market Analysis: Analysis of region’s labormarket and economic assets and opportunities.VENDOR: Sage Policy Group, Inc., AnirbanBasu, Chairman & CEOSTEERING COMMITTEE: Bruce England, LindaSiegel, Steven Overbay, Melissa Sadowski, KevinWalls, Mary Ann BogartyUPCOMING EVENTS: 10/5/12 - Focus Group Meeting 10/29/12 - Study to be presented to Board and guests at McGregor’s Breakfast meetingLabor Market Study

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