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M A J O R I N I T I A T I V E S

I. National Recognition of Excellence for

HempsteadWorks

A. National Association of Workforce

Boards (NAWB) Promising Practice

C. Regional Innovation Grant Plan

Presented at U.S. Department of Labor

Conference

B. National Association of Workforce

Development Professionals Thomas

Ahlers System Building Award

II. Connect Long Island Partnership

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M A J O R I N I T I A T I V E S

B. Youth Link

III. HempsteadWorks Grant Projects

A. Green and Lean Program

C. New York Makes Work Pay Project

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S T R A T I G I C P L A N N I N G A N D S E R V I C E S

D. Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

Incentive Grant

V. HempsteadWorks Career Center —A

Place to Recruit New Workers

VI. Career Workshop Series

IV. Service Highlights

VII. Microsoft Office Pre-Vocational Skills

Training Program

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S T R A T I G I C P L A N N I N G A N D S E R V I C E S

VIII. Elevate America

IX. Career Flash

XII. In-School Youth Program

X. Disability Program Navigator Project

XI. Out-of-School Youth Program

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S T R A T I G I C P L A N N I N G A N D S E R V I C E S

XIII. Biennial Continuous Improvement

Awards

XIV. HempsteadWorks Donates to the INN

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O T H E R H I G H L I G H T S

XV. Performance Measures & Outcomes

IV. Total Number of People

Served System Wide

100%

90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%

I. Customer Satisfaction Indicator

Career Center

Initial Visit (Job

Seeker)

Goal

System Wide

(Job Seeker)

Actual

Workshops (Job

Seeker)

Actual

Goal

7,350

V. Building Customer

Relationships

Customer Retention*

28,8455

0 10000 20000 30000

$100.00

$90.00

$80.00

$70.00

$60.00

$50.00

$40.00

$30.00

$20.00

$10.00

$0.00

III. Budget Efficiency Rates

BUDGET ITEM

II. Return on Investment

(Based on WIB ROI Method)

$2.20

Goal (Ratio of Dollars

Returned vs. Dollars

Invested

Shared System Services

GOAL

(MAXIMUM

OBLIGATION % PER

PROGRAM YEAR))

$81.74

Actual (Ratio of Dollars

Returned vs. Dollars

Invested

ACTUAL

MAXIMUM

OBLIGATION % PER

PROGRAM YEAR)

Shared System Services 100% !00%

Goal

10% 9.5%

* Percentage increase of customers from the

previous year

VI. Market Penetration Rate

Goal

1.8%

Actual

Actual

6.6%

Individual Customers Served

Divided by the Local Civilian Labor

Force

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O T H E R H I G H L I G H T S

VII. WIA Common Measures Summary Report

PY 2009 • Quarter 4

Hempstead / Long Beach

Cumulative to PY 2009 Annual Report

Performance Items

Total Participants

7/1/2009–6/30/2010

Total Exiters

4/1/2009–3/31/2010

Placement in Employment or

Education

10/1/2008 –9/30/2009

Attainment of Degree or

Certificate

10/1/2008–9/30/2009

Literacy and Numeracy Gains

7/1/2009–6/30/2010

Entered Employment Rate

10/1/2008–9/20/2009

Retention Rate

4/1/2008–3/31/2009

Average Earnings

4/1/2008–3/31/2009

Outcomes Building to the Annual Report

Actual

Negotiated Performance

% of

Program Group Standard Outcome Num. Den. Goal

Total Adult Participants 27,822

WIA Adults 16,299

More Than Self-Service 16,040

Self-Service Only 259

WIA Dislocated Workers 12,652

Training 825

Total Youth (14–21)

154

Participants

Younger Youth (14–18) 47

Older Youth (19-21) 107

Out-of-School-Youth 119

In-School Youth 35

Total Adult Exiters 18,915

WIA Adults 13,295

More Than Self-Service 13,067

Self-Service Only 228

6,046

Total Youth (14–21)

56

Exiters

Younger Youth (14–18) 23

Older Youth (19–21) 33

Out-of-School Youth 34

In-School Youth 22

Youth (14–21) 52 74.2 49 66 142.7%

Youth (14–21) 40 71.1 32 45 177.8%

Youth (14–21) 35 41.4 29 70 118.3%

Adults 57 52.7 6,911 13,124 92.5%

Dislocated Workers 50 48.1 2,464 5,124 96.2%

Adults 82 7635 5,753 7,522 93.3%

Dislocated Workers 82 77.1 1,570 2,037 94.0%

Adults $12,625 $20,538 $118,034,103 5,747 162.7%

Dislocated Workers $15,982 $25,494 $39,924,296 1,566 159.5%

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Executive Committee

Henry Graber, C.P.A.

Graber & Co.

Chairperson

Town of Hempstead

Workforce Investment Board

Alan H. Nachman

Diversified Micro

Systems, Inc.

Vice Chairperson

Mark Goldstein

MG Productions

Corresponding Secretary

Youth Council

Richard E. Dibble, Ph.D.

NY Institute of Technology

Chairperson

KATE MURRAY

Supervisor

Rebecca Bell

Education & Assistance

Corporation

Vice Chairperson

Ana-Maria Hurtado

WIB Director/

Commissioner

Town of Hempstead

Department of Occupational

Resources

HEMPSTEAD EXECUTIVE PLAZA, SUITE 400

50 CLINTON STREET, HEMPSTEAD, NY 11550-4201

Phone: (516) 485-5000 • FAX: (516) 485-5009

www.hempsteadworks.com

The Workforce Investment Act Title I financially assisted program is an equal opportunity

employer / program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with

disabilities.

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