Map Road Show Final 05.05.09 Forum Follow Up

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Map Road Show Final 05.05.09 Forum Follow Up

  1. 1. Social Innovation Forum Follow Up Event<br />6/9/2009<br />
  2. 2. What is the Maritime Apprentice Program?<br />An intensive career development program that uses a unique downtown Boston boatshop environment to create entry-level employees for maritime and related industries by:<br />Requiring and rewarding co-enrollment in GED or diploma-granting programs<br />Providing case-management, counseling, remedial education, and work readiness preparation<br />Facilitating opportunities with industry partners that provide mentoring, advanced training, and access to internships and jobs<br /> Paying stipends to apprentices for all MAP-related activities<br />
  3. 3. Additionalchallenges faced <br />by MAP apprentices:<br /><ul><li>Disruptive family dynamics
  4. 4. Poor anger/impulse control
  5. 5. Hopelessness
  6. 6. Lack of trust </li></ul>MAP targets Boston’s most vulnerable and disruptive 17-22 year olds<br />
  7. 7. Without intervention, DYS youth cost more, earn less, and are greater threats to themselves and society<br />
  8. 8. The MAP Operating Model<br />PROGRAMS<br />PARTNERS<br />PEOPLE<br />PLACE<br />5<br />
  9. 9. Re-offense Rates <br />Re-enrollment Rates<br />MAP Apprentice Outcomes to Date<br />College, training, & employment rates<br />HS Credential <br />Attainment Rates<br />
  10. 10. MAP’s Growth Trajectory<br />
  11. 11. MAP needs support to continue to provide successful outcomes for apprentices<br />MAP’s Two-Year Goals<br /><ul><li>Serve 10 additional apprentices
  12. 12. Increase the average apprentice stipend rate
  13. 13. Hire 2 additional staff to maintain MAP’s crucial 1:4 staff-to-student ratio
  14. 14. Expand to a larger program space
  15. 15. Document best practices and develop an impact measurement system</li></li></ul><li>MAP needs support to continue to provide successful outcomes for apprentices<br />Ways to Invest:<br /><ul><li>In-kind
  16. 16. Larger waterfront space to accommodate boat shop, classroom, and administrative needs
  17. 17. Business, technology, and education consulting
  18. 18. Laptops with software for apprentice job-skills training and program administration
  19. 19. Financial
  20. 20. $1,000 – Shop and boat tools and equipment
  21. 21. $5,000 – Seed funding for best practices documentation and impact measurement system development
  22. 22. $25,000 – Increase average apprentice stipends to $150/week</li></ul>Ways to Invest:<br />In-kind<br />Larger waterfront space to accommodate boat shop, classroom, and administrative needs<br />Business, technology, and education consulting<br />Laptops with software for apprentice job-skills training and program administration<br />Financial<br />$1,000 – Shop and boat tools and equipment<br />$5,000 – Seed funding for best practices documentation and impact measurement system development<br />$25,000 – Increase average apprentice stipends to $150/week<br />
  23. 23. Questions?<br />Lory Newmyer <br />Executive Director<br />lory@hulllifesavingmuseum.org<br />“For the first time in my life I&apos;m getting paid the legal way, in a job that I really like, without worrying about cops or enemies in the street. I&apos;m really proud of myself and my family also.”<br />“I feel it is important to set a career up for myself, because I don’t want to be thirty-five and looking back at all the opportunities I let blow in the wind. I just want to live the ‘American Dream’.”<br />“I have experienced a lot. I have learned how to do things on my own and how to cut, fix and measure. Before, I never really knew or could do any of these things.”<br />“When we first started out, nobody could really work as a team. Now its like we’re the ‘86 Celtics and us as a team are getting a lot of things completed.” <br />“What I learn from being in the MAP program is I learn to be job-ready. Job-ready is being at work on time and prepared for the work that will be happening for that day.”<br />“I learned to work hard. I&apos;m also focused on learning new skills because I want to be versatile. I will be prepared for whatever the employer wants on a job site.”<br />“I see myself liking this program more and more each day. I like when I do a project and finish everything – it’s a feeling that is unexplainable.”<br />“There is nothing better than getting off of work and somebody asking you ‘where are you coming from?’ and you say ‘work’.”<br />“I learned how to control my anger. I learned how to respect my elders and also responsibility.”<br />“I feel I amon the right path right now. I feel like a man with responsibilities.”<br />
  24. 24. Back-up Slides<br />
  25. 25. MAP Expenses by Area<br />MAP’s Two-Year Goals<br /><ul><li>Serve 10 additional apprentices
  26. 26. Increase the average apprentice stipend rate
  27. 27. Hire 2 additional staff to maintain MAP’s crucial 1:4 staff-to-student ratio
  28. 28. Expand to a larger program space
  29. 29. Document best practices and develop an impact measurement system</li></li></ul><li>Revenue by Likelihood<br />
  30. 30. Data Sources<br />Walker, Guzzo, and Whiting;“Critical Junctures on the Way to Adulthood”; 2007<br />Massachusetts Department of Youth Services Juvenile Recidivism Report; 2008<br />Northeastern University’s Center for Labor Market Studies; “The Fiscal Economic Consequences of Dropping Out of High School”;200<br />“A Profile of Boston’s Struggling Students and Disconnected Youth”; 2004<br />
  31. 31. The MAP Operating Model<br />
  32. 32. <ul><li>“Everybody likes to fund the programs that say they can work with 50 DYS kids at a time. When I look over the lists of these programs, I notice that most of these programs DON’T work with our kids, and those that do are not nearly as effective as the intensive, specialized work done by MAP” – Director of Operations, Department of Youth Services, Metro Regional Office
  33. 33. “When you look at it financially, what is the cost to society? Rather than spend tax dollars to keep someone in jail, it would be so much better to put down $8,000 for this program, help the kid, and come up with a good citizen.” - Deputy Director, Mayor's Office of Jobs and Community Services
  34. 34. “…programming for older adolescents who have exhibited serious problems appears to be an excellent bet in terms of preventing serious adult problems. But such programming is significantly more expensive than broadly cast programming for early adolescents.”- Source: Walker, Guzzo, and Whiting; “Critical Junctures on the Way to Adulthood – Options for Intervention”; October, 2007</li></ul>Notable Quotes<br />

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