U.S. Department of Labor
Employment and Training Administration
SCSEP Quarterly Progress Report
ETA 5140
A. GRANTEE INFORMATION
1a. Grantee:
Recovery Act Nationwide Roll-Up
1b. Sub-Grantee:
2. Grantee Code:
3a. Report Period Ending:
FINAL
3b. Program Year(s):
2009
4. Number of Authorized Positions:
12321
5. Number of Modified Positions:
12075
B. PARTICIPATION LEVELS
1. Carried Over from the Previous Program Year:
 
Q1: 8312
YTD: 8287
2. New Participants:
 
Q:  
YTD: 15802
3. Total Exits:
 
Q:  
YTD: 24044
4. Current Participants:
  45
5a. Vacancies:
11816

5b. Rejected Records:
214
6. Number of Persons on Waiting List:
 
Q:  
YTD: 1130
7. Co-Enrollments:
 
Q:  
YTD: 8292
8a. Exits Due to Unsubsidized Employment:
 
Q:  
YTD: 2812
8b. Other Reasons for Exit:
 
Q:  
YTD: 2412
8c. Exclusions:
 
Q:  
YTD: 2005
8d. Exclusions after Exit:
 
Q:  
YTD: 113
9a. Transferred Into
Project:
 
Q:  
YTD: 4
9b. Transferred Out
of Project:
 
Q:  
YTD: 16806
 
9c. Change of Sub-
Grantee Into Project:
 
Q:  
YTD:  
   
9d. Change of Sub-
Grantee Out of Project:
 
Q:  
YTD:  
10a. Placements:
 
Q:  
YTD: 2816
10b. OJE Placements:
 
Q:  
YTD: 68
10c. Average
Starting Wage
in Placements:
 
Q:  
L4Q: $10.13
 
10d. Percent of
Placements with
Benefits:
 
Q:  
L4Q: 35
10e. Average Hours per
Week in
Placement:
 
Q:  
L4Q: 31.4
10f. Placements without
Entered
Employment:
 
Q:  
YTD: 468
11. Number of Hours of Training:
 
Q:   YTD: 195157
12. % Participants Assigned 18-22 Hours per Week:
 
Q:   YTD: 43
13. Average Project Duration:
 
Q:    L9Q:  6.2 
C. COMMUNITY SERVICE ASSIGNMENTS Q YTD
1. Number of participants providing service to the general community
  19188
2. Total number of hours worked in service to the general community
  7537119
3. Number of participants providing service to the elderly community
  5840
4. Total number of hours worked in service to the elderly community
  2152700
5. Total number of participants providing community service
  23952
6. Total number of hours worked in community service
  9705254
Authorized for Local Reproduction ETA-5140
(Revised April, 2010)

 
D. PARTICIPANT CHARACTERISTICS
  Q No. Q % YTD No. YTD % L4Q No. L4Q %
Gender
1. Male
    9240 38    
2. Female
    14815 62    
Age at
Enrollment
3. 55-59
    9736 40    
4. 60-64
    7203 30    
5. 65-69
    3919 16    
6. 70-74
    2046 8    
7. 75 & over
    1185 5    
Ethnicity
8. Hispanic, Latino or Spanish origin
    2939 12    
Race
9. American Indian or Alaska Native
    638 3    
10. Asian
    735 3    
11. Black or African American
    7782 32    
12. Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
    138 1    
13. White
    13641 57    
Education
14. 8th grade & under
    1468 6    
15. 9th grade – 11th grade
    3362 14    
16. High School diploma or equivalent
    9427 39    
17. 1 – 3 years college
    5531 23    
18. Post-secondary certificate
    525 2    
19. Associate's degree
    646 3    
20. Bachelor's degree or equivalent
    2067 9    
21. Some graduate school
    332 1    
22. Master's degree
    595 2    
23. Doctoral degree
    104 0    
Additional
Measures
24. Family income at or below the poverty level
    21328 89    
25. Individuals with disabilities
    3170 13    
26. Individuals with limited English proficiency
    2281 9    
27. Individuals with low literacy skills
    4031 17    
28. Individuals residing in rural areas
    6767 28    
29. Individuals with low employment prospects
    21012 87    
30. Individuals who failed to find employment after using WIA Title I
    3786 16    
31. Individuals age 75 and over at date of report
    1208 5    
32. Individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness
    9082 38    
33. Displaced homemakers
    2233 9    
34. Veterans (or spouses)
    3134 13    
35. Individuals receiving public assistance
    10855 45    
36. Individuals with severe disability
    317 1    
37. Individuals who are frail
    124 1    
38. Individuals old enough for but not receiving SS Title II
    278 1    
39. Individuals with severely limited employment prospects in areas of persistent unemployment
    3405 14    

 
E. CORE PERFORMANCE MEASURES
MEASURE DESCRIPTION GOAL Q
RATE
YTD
RATE
L4Q
RATE
1. Community Service
The number of hours of community service in the reporting period divided by the number of hours of community service funded by the grant minus the number of paid training hours in the reporting period  77.0%   74.7%

N = 9,705,254
D = 12,990,819
 
2. Common Measures Entered Employment
Of those not employed at the time of participation, the number of participants employed in the first quarter after the exit quarter divided by the number of participants who exit during the quarter  47.0%   47.6%

N = 2,348
D = 4,935
 
3. Common Measures Employment Retention
Of those participants who are employed in the first quarter after the exit quarter, the number employed in both the second and third quarters after the exit quarter divided by the number of participants who exit during the quarter  68.0%   60.3%

N = 228
D = 378
 
4. Common Measures Average Earnings
Of those participants who are employed in the first, second, and third quarters after the quarter of program exit, total earnings in the second and third quarters after the exit quarter, divided by the number of exiters during the period  6229     7606

N = 1,498,374
D = 197
 
5. Service Level
The number of participants who are active on the last day of the reporting period or who exited during the reporting period divided by the number of modified community service positions 100.0%    199.5%

N = 24,089
D = 12,075
 
6. Service to Most in Need
Average number of barriers per participant. The total number of the following characteristics: severe disability, frail; age 75 or older, old enough for but not receiving SS Title II, severely limited employment prospects and living in an area of persistent unemployment, limited English proficiency, low literacy skills, disability, rural, veterans, low employment prospects, failed to find employment after using WIA Title I, and homeless or at risk of homelessness divided the number of participants who are active on the last day of the reporting period or who exited during the reporting period 2.54    2.43

N = 58,593
D = 24,088
 

 
F. ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
MEASURE DESCRIPTION Q
RATE
YTD
RATE
L4Q
RATE
1. Retention at 1 year
Of those participants who are employed in the first quarter after the exit quarter: the number of participants who are employed in the fourth quarter after the exit quarter divided by the number of participants who exit during the quarter 57.3%

N = 216
D = 377
2. Customer Satisfaction
Average ACSI for employers      
  Average annual ACSI for participants      
  Annual average ACSI for host agencies      


* Not available this quarter

GOAL means the stated negotiated target rate for that performance measure.
Q means the count or rate for the current reporting quarter.
YTD means the count or rate for the program year to date, from July 1st through the current reporting quarter.
L4Q means the count or rate for the most recent four quarters, including the current reporting quarter.
N means the numerator used in the calculation of the rate.
D means the denominator used in the calculation of the rate.


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