The report looks at the participation levels of and outcomes achieved by minorities
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Links to WIA laws and regulations, including Wagner-Peyser, can also be found at http://www.doleta.gov/usworkforce/wia/act.cfm.
Part II of Volume I examines the employment outcomes (Common Measures Entered Employment, Retention, and Average Earnings) of minorities in SCSEP compared to non-minorities. The detailed tables for all of the analyses are contained in Volume II.
This report looks at the participation levels of and outcomes achieved by minorities in PY 2012. It uses the same approach and analyses employed in the reports for PY 2006-PY 2011. Part I of Volume I provides a comparison of the participation of minority groups to their proportion in the population. (The population estimates come from a special run of the 2008-2012 ACS and use weighted county Census data for each grantee.)
National Employ Older Worker Week (NEOWW) is held annually the last full week of September. This year, we celebrate NEOWW September 20 -26. NEOWW also showcases the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP), which provides on-the-job skills training to individuals 55 or older who are unemployed and with limited financial resources. This year SCSEP celebrates its 50th anniversary!! SCSEP continues to demonstrate its value in helping older Americans find good jobs, while making a difference in communities across the nation. We are providing two different NEOWW posters in two sizes and in English and Spanish. You can access them by clicking the “download now button” to the right. Feel free to print or electronically distribute these posters in commemorating NEOWW and SCSEP's 50th anniversary. We would like to hear about your NEOWW celebratory activities throughout the country. Please take some time and share with us by using the comments section.
This DV report reflects the validation done in PY 2014 on PY 2013 SPARQ data.
This is the PY 16 ED for all states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The new ED will be effective July 1, 2016, which i based on the latest Census data for the distribution of the SCSEP-eligible population within each state. (The 3 territories and the US Virgin Islands do not have any ED data)
The kit contains the revised instruction, form letters, and talking points for the administration of the employer surveys.