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WIA Outreach, Recruitment, & Enrollment Process

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Coach Summer Job Hunt

on 4 June 2015

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Transcript of WIA Outreach, Recruitment, & Enrollment Process

The Youth Zone provides intensive services to eligible, low-income youth with one, or more, barriers to employment or education, through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Youth Program.
WIA Youth Program Common Measures-
The Enrollment Process
The Application-
Outreach and Recruitment-
Literacy and Numeracy
Attainment of a Degree or Certificate
Placement in Post-Secondary Education and/or Employment
Step One- Attend a WIA Orientation and Assessment Session
Sessions are scheduled twice a week on Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 and on Thursdays from 9:00-11:00
Youth are given an overview of the WIA Youth program and take the TABE (Test of Adult Basic Education) to determine if they are 'basic skills deficient'
Youth are given an application packet to complete and turn in
Youth must be registered in Connecting Colorado and sign-up online at ppwfc.org to attend
These barriers include:
Deficiency in basic literacy and numeracy skills
High school dropout
Homeless or Runaway
Pregnant or Parenting
Ex-Offender
Foster Care
Needs additional assistance with career goals
How do we reach these youth?
Website
Walk-ins
Print and Radio Advertising
Participation in Resource/Job Fairs
Referrals from Community Partners
Community Partners-
Local School Districts
Post-Secondary Schools
Community Based Agencies and Organizations
Other Government Agencies
Outreach/Recruitment and the Enrollment Process
Note- WIA Orientations and Assessments can be scheduled off-site by community partners if needed.
Required Information and Documentation
Step Two- Complete and turn in application
Proof of disability (if applicable)
Proof of income of all family members living with you for the six months prior to application date
Proof of family size
Proof of school status
Proof of barrier to employment
Driver’s license or state ID card AND signed Social Security card
Proof of current address
Males 18 and over need to provide proof of Selective Service registration
DD-214, Member 4 copy (if applicable)
Step Three- Call to schedule an Intake Appointment
At the Intake Appointment, all paperwork is reviewed
If all paperwork is in order, the file will be assigned to a WDS, who will call the youth to schedule an Initial Assessment
If there is any missing information or documentation, the youth will have 14 days to obtain that information/documentation or they will have to start the enrollment process from the beginning
Step Four- Attend Initial Assessment
At the Initial Assessment, the WDS will work with the youth to develop an Individual Service Strategy that will serve as a road map to success
Questions?
Suitability
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