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AGENDA REPORT To: Attn: From: Date: Re: Office of the City Administrator Daniel Lindheim Office of the Mayor July 7, 2009 A Supplemental Report On The Resolution Amending Resolution No. 82058 C.M.S. To Accept And Appropriate An Additional $1,153,487 In Fiscal Year 2008-2009 American Recovery And Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Workforce Investment Act Title 1 Youth Employment Funds, Accepting And Appropriating $3,563,032 In Fiscal Year 2008-2009 ARRA Workforce Investment Act Title 1 Adult And Dislocated Worker Employment Funds, Accepting And Allocating $34,000 In Fiscal Year 2008-2009 WIA Title 1 15% Demonstration Project Funds, And Allocating Said Funds To The Oakland Private Industry Council, Inc., As The Oakland Workforce Investment System Administrator To Designated Youth And Adult Service Providers ,.„ ,

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This supplemental report provides information that was not available when the original report was submitted. Staff recommends an augmentation to the existing contracts with the current WIA Adult service providers: Program/ Services Oakland Private Industry Council One-Stop Career Center (Adult and Dislocated Workers), including EDD in East Oakland The English Center (Adult and Dislocated Worker) *Affiliate OneStop Sites and Satellites The Unity Council (Adult and Dislocated Worker) *Affiliate OneStop Sites and Satellites Lao Family Community Development, Inc. (Adult, Dislocated Worker, *Affiliate One-Stop Sites and Satellites ASSETS Senior Employment Opportunities Program (Adult and Dislocated Worker) FY 08-09 ARRA Augmentation $1,298,761 $211,222 $211,222 $211,222 $200,000 Clients Served 173 60 48 50 47

The review panel recently completed their scoring process and offers the following recommendations for additional Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program providers. The total amount allocated for second request for proposals is $794,801. Pursuant to federal mandates, it is imperative that staff, City Council and the WIB move expeditiously to get the ARRA funds to

Item: City Council July 7, 2009

Dan Lindheim Supplemental Report to ARRA WIA

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employment service providers in order to increase their efforts to address the growing unemployment rate of adults and youth alike. Based on the review panel's recommendation, staff recommends the following organizations be selected as additional youth employment service provider: Youth Organization Youth Employment Partnership, Inc. Youth Uprising East Oakland Boxing Association McCullum Youth Court TOTAL Youth . Amount Served Awarded 199 71 30 44 Youth Wages Support Services $13,774 $7,171 $2,000 0 $22,945 Total Award $490,494 $171,063 $62,900 $70,344 $794,801

$222,000 $254,720 $75,000 $22,500 $12,744 $332,244 $88,892 $38,400 $57,600 $439612

With the addition of these four organizations, the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program will serve a total of 1,081 youth, exceeding the WIB's goal of serving 1,000 youth. To provide context, the following attachments are included: • • • Attachment I: Performance data Adult WIA service providers for PY07-08 Attachment 2: Performance data your Youth WIA service providers for PY 07-08 Attachment 3: Review Panel's Recommendation for additional youth summer employment providers Respectfully submitted,

Earl Johnson Senior Policy Advisor Office of the Mayor Prepared by: Earl Johnson Senior Policy Advisor Office of the Mayor APPROVED A>H) FORWARDED TO THE CfTY COUNOL:

Office of the City Administrator

Item: Council July 1, 2009

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#0f Youth Prop. 280 100 30 125 44 30 50 344 659 $469,973 44 #of Youth Recom. 199 71 30 Agency Amount Requested $222,000 $75,000 $22,500 $97,500 $12,744 $18,750 $21,479 Agency Amount Recomm. $157,779 $53,250 $22,500 $0 $12,744 $0 $0 $246,273 $871,000 Wages Amount Req. $393,800 $125,200 $38,400 $160,000 $57,600 $32,000 $64,000 Wages Amount Recomm. $254,720 $88,892 $38,400 $0 $57,600 $0 $0 $439,612 $22,945 Supp Svcs $13,774 $7,171 $2,000 $0 $0 $0 Cost per Youth $793 $750 $750 $780 $290 $625 $430 $639 631.0 Wages per Youth $1,280 $1,252 $1,280 $1,280 $1,309 $1,067 $1,280 Sl,220 1,249.7 74.7 Avg. Scores 94.6' 92.0; 75.o; 74.2 • 73.6^ 72.6 41.0

2009 Summer RFP - P r o p o s e r s ' Names and Partners Youth Employment Partnership, Inc. Youth Uprising East Oakland Boxing Association OUSD School-To-Career McCullum Youth Court Oakland Leaders in Action for Youth (OLA! 4 Youth) BEST (Business Emergency Safety Training) RECOMMENDATIONS: Totals or Averages Requested: Totals or averages 1280 Available Funds: Available funds minus recommendations:

$253,500 $7,227

$432,640 -S6,972

$21,585 -$1,360

$707,725 -$1,!04

Item: Council July 7, 2009

$1,379,453 Total Number of Youth per Proposals: 659

Total to Agencies $469,973

Total Wages $871,000

Total Supp. Svcs. $38,480

Avg Cost Per $713

AvgWage Per $1,322

BEST (Business Emergency Safety Training)

CBO-Pvt. For-profit Amount Requested $21,479

Erroll Najee Youth Wages $64,000

1611 Telegraph Avenue # 100 Youth Supp Svcs $3,500

94612 Cost Per $430

510-893-2781 Wages Per $1,280

Number of youth: 50

BEST-Safety Training Center, a non-profit organization in collaboration with San Francisco East Bay Area Coimcil Boy Scouts of America, presents the Workforce Investment Board and Private Industry Council (PIC) the following program in consideration of funding: Exploring (Career pathways) & Park Beautification Project "Clean it. Green It, Mean It!" Community Service Summer Youth Program 2009. Our program will serve East and West Oakland locations as well as the Chinatown and downtown areas. Our program will focus on the following six key areas: career opportunities, life skills, citizenship, character education, leadership experience and environmental protection (community service). East Oakland Boxing Association Number of youth: 30 CBO Amount Requested 1 $22,500 1 Elizabeth Kendall Youth Wages $38,400 816 98th Avenue Youth Supp Svcs $2,000 94603 Cost Per $750 510-430-8056 Wages Per $1,280

For the last 22 years, the East Oakland Boxing Association (EOBA) has been providing Oakland's youth with an opportunity to achieve mind and body well being through hands-on academic, enrichment, and physical education activities in a safe and nurturing environment. Since 2002, the EOBA has focused on partnering with a number of community-based organizations to provide high quality paid and volunteer work-leaming opportunities for youth ages 13-24. EOBA's Aspiring Youth Intern Program was developed to give youth a positive and guided first working experience focusing on work readines skills and career preparation for 30 youth, specifically youth whom are targeted by the Summer Youth Employment Program. The Aspiring Youth Internship Program at EOBA takes a profound pride in providing the youth employees with hope, opportunity and empowerment. Through our program, not only do we fervently strive to prepare the youth employees for the workforce, we also implement a sense of leadership, self-respect, teamwork, and dedication. Under the mentoring and guidance of EOBA staff and partners, we hold the youth accountable for their actions and require nothing less than their absolute best.

McCullum Youth Court Number of youth: 44

CBO Amount Requested $12,744

Rachel Sing, Ed.D. Youth Wages $57,600

287 17th Street, Suite 287 Youth Supp Svcs $0

94612 Cost Per $290

510-832-5858 Wages Per $1,309

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McCullum Youth Court (MYC) proposes a "one-stop shop" model for the Summer Youth Employment Program, MMY (Mayor's McCullum Youth), for this initial year of the Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program. Using an evidence-based peer-centered model, MYC will serve a total of 44 youth, two-thirds males, at risk for involvement in the juvenile justice system, to build their work readiness skills and enhance future aspirations. The project will utilize MYC's existing infrastructure, case management capability, cascading peer leadership structure, and at least eight years of experience employing youth to work at our site, to support the project and enhance outcomes. OLA! 4 Youth (Prescott Joseph Center for Community Enhancement, Inc.) Number of youth: 30

CBO Amount Requested $18,750

Ache Lytic Youth Wages $32,000

920 Peralta Street Youth Supp Svcs $3,000

94607 Cost Per $625

510-208-5651 Wages Per $1,067

The OLA! 4 Youth Collaborative will leverage existing resources to implement an innovative, results-driven model of comprehensive youth employment services for workforce development with the Prescott-Joseph Center, UC Berkeley, and Leadership Preparatory High School. In the global world, premiums are placed on new 21st Century workforce skills: the ability to communicate to diverse and distant audiences; to organize, analyze, and deploy information; create, innovate, and think collaboratively to solve complex problems; and use technological tools. We will prepare students in East and West Oakland to compete in the global economy in Oakland's Healthcare, International Trade, and Digital Media growth industries.

OUSD - Oakland WORKS Summer Pgm. Number of youth: 125

Public Amount Requested $97,500

Garlin Cephas Youth Wages $160,000

1025 2nd Avemue, Portable 14 Youth Supp Svcs $500

94606 Cost Per $780

510-879-8826 Wages Per $1,280

OaklandWORKS will serve 50 - 10th and 11th grade students enrolled in a career academy, 25 academy students short meeting graduation requirements, 20 struggling 9th grade boys, and 30 students who have not passed the CAHSEE examination. The strength of our program is that it combines an existing infrastructure for program administration, strong community ties to real job opportunities at existing Oakland employers and a matching program that allows youth to choose real areas of long-term interest. In addition, unlike other summer programs, OaklandWORKS has the benefits of providing academic credit, career and behavioral counseling and placement follow/up to encourage successful matriculation and job skill development. Krystal Justice Robinson Youth Wages $125,200

Youth Uprising, Inc. Number of youth: 100

CBO Amount Requested $75,000

8711 MacArthur Blvd. Youth Supp Svcs $10,100

94605 Cost Per $750

510-777-9909 Wages Per $1,252

Item: Council July 7, 2009

Youth Uprising will serve 100 Oakland youth, between the ages 14 - 24, primarily from East Oakland. All youth will complete 120 hours of work experience, working 20 hours per week for six weeks, after completing 20 hours of pre-employment training. Additionally, all youth will participate in 48 hours of soft skills and educational training, tied to their job placement, educational and/or employment barriers. Educational components included Digital Media Arts Production, Culinary Arts/Food Service, Conflict Management, CAHSEE/ GED prep. Environmental Education, Computer Skills, and Alternative Leadership Development. Goals completed in each youth's soft skills and education components will be rewarded with weekly bonuses. Youth Employment Partnership, Inc. Number of youth: 280 CBO Amount Requested $222,000 Michele Clark Youth Wages $393,800 2300 International Blvd Youth Supp Svcs $19,380 94601 Cost Per $793 510-533-3447 Wages Per $1,406

YEP proposes to provide soft skills workshops and summer job placement to a total of 280 Oakland youth. YEP has prepared stimulus documents for over 140 new stimulus clients, and an additional 140 existing YEP WIA clients will be temporarily transferred to summer ARRA opportunities from year-round programs to ensure efficient use of stimulus funds. All participants will complete 20 hours of training prior to placement, four additional weekly 4-hour soft skills training, and 120-160 hours of subsidized employment.YEP will also offer 140 youth and all 80 young adults participation in critical educational and enrichment activities linked with employment experience. 2009 Summer RFP - Proposers' Names and Partners 1 BEST (Business Emergency Safety Training) Bay Area Council East Bay Boy Scouts of America 2 3 4 East Oakland Boxing Association DIG Corporative (education in field of water conservation) McCullum Youth Court Oakland Leaders in Action for Youth (OLA! 4 Youth) Prescott-Joseph Center UC Berkeley OUSD OUSD School-To-Career 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, Inc. 6 Youth Employment Partnership, Inc. The Crucible The Mentoring Center The Workforce Collaborative 7 Youth Uprising

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Item: _____ Council July 7, 2009