A S U M M A R Y O F W O R K F O R C E D E V E L O P M E N T P R O G R A M S I N I L L I N O I S C H I C A G O J O B S C O U N C I L HOUSING AND URBAN Federal LABOR (USDOL) AGRICULTURE EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT Agency www.doleta.gov (HUD) www.usda.gov www.ed.gov www.ed.gov www.ed.gov www.hud.gov DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND ILLINOIS ILLINOIS ILLINOIS COMMUNITY ILLINOIS BOARD OF HIGHER ILLINOIS STUDENT ASSISTANCE ILLINOIS DEPT. COMMUNITY AFFAIRS (DCCA) (RENAMED DEPARTMENT State DEPARTMENT ON ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY (IDES) ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES (IDHS) ILLINOIS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION (ISBE) SECRETARY OF STATE’S OFFICE OF CORRECTIONS AGING (IDOA) COLLEGE BOARD (ICCB) EDUCATION (IBHE) COMMISSION (ISAC) ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND OF LABOR (IDOL) (IDOC) Agency www.ides.state.il.us www.dhs.state.il.us www.isbe.state.il.us ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY (DCEO) in 2003) www.sos.state.il.us www.state.il www.state.il.us/aging www.iccb.state.il.us www.ibhe.state.il.us www.collegezone.com www.idoc.state.il.us www.illinoisbiz.biz .us/agency/idol Employment IL Career Adult Education Senior Vocational State Aid for Illinois Job Training & School Job Training Services Local Veterans Disabled Labor Market Trade Services Food Stamp Career and and Family Illinois Monetary Illinois Workplace Community TANF Rehabilitation Current Workforce Community Industrial Economic Displaced District Program (Workforce (Wagner-Peyser Re-employment Employment Veterans Wagner & Career Adjustment Network & 5 Employment Technical Education to Jobs for IL Literacy Cooperative Pell Grant Award Incentive for Skills Making Work Service Youth Build Employment and (Workforce Workforce Development Colleges and Training Development Homemakers 428/ Name Investment Act 7A/Workforce Services Representatives Outreach Peyser 7B4 Information Assistance Horizons Career and Training Education Careers9 Graduates10 (Workforce Work Study Program Program Access Grant Enhancement Pay Grant Employment Training6 Investment Act Training Grant Grant Public Program (JTED) Grant Assistance IDOC (WIA) Title I) Investment Act (LVER) Program (LMI) (TAA) Information (Earnfare)2 (Perkins) Investment Act) Program (MAP) (IAA) Program Program (WIA) Title IV) Universities (ITP) Program Programs (WIA) Title III)3 System (CIS) (WIA) Title II) TOTALS Funding (in millions): $3.13 $200.5 $28.7* $1.3* $3.6 $4.3 $3.1* $4.2 $4.4 0 $4.6 $3.9 0 $90.5 $41.3 $11.3 011 $18.8 0 0 0 0 $560.28 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0.7812 $984,690,000 Federal State .27 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $0.6 $0.22 $10.6 $21.9 $13.9 $41.3 0 $6.0 $38.5 $4.3 $6.1 $2.1 $2,084 0 $372.36 $7.96 $25.1 $1.5 $0.52 $0.16 $0.86 $14.92 $2,655,070,000 TOTAL $3.4 $200.51/$36.62 $28.7 $1.3 $3.6 $4.3 $3.1 $4.2 $4.4 $0.6 $4.8 $14.5 $21.9 $104.4/ $327 $82.6 $11.3 $6.0 $57.3 $4.3 $6.1 $2.1 $2,084 $560.28 $372.36 $7.96 $25.1 $1.5 $0.52 $0.16 $0.86 $15.7 $3,639,760,000 One Stop Delivey Higher System in 26 Local Community Workforce Areas, Veteran Education- Colleges, including Contracted Organizations, One-Stop Accredited School District; State Community State Employees Primary/ Regional Offices Companies with Community Local Agencies Youth Agencies, One Veteran Centers, State State Employees State Institutions Contracted Stop Centers, and Employees at Based at IDHS Offices; Secondary Primary and of Education, Community Higher Higher Higher Higher Contracted Based Employers and Employers and 12 Displaced Service in 13 Planning One-Stop State Administration State State Community Employees and Community Employees Secondary Community (including Employment and Community Based One Stops Organizations Community Schools and Secondary Community Colleges and Education Education Education Education Trainers Organization- Educational Educational Homemakers Providers and Service Affiliate Sites. State- Centers Employees Dept. and Employees Employees Based (Serving as Based and Contracted Schools Colleges Community Training Entities Centers and and City Based Community Schools Based Employers Institutions Institutions Institutions Institutions (eg. Colleges, Employer Providers Providers Centers Areas certified Trainers Community Organizations, Trainers) Organizations Agencies Colleges, (eg. Universities, include Community IDES Offices Agencies Organizations Colleges8 Organization, Intermediaries) Partnership Based and Trainers Universities and CBOs) Colleges, Community Public Schools, Based Organizations, Organizations Proprietary and Universities Proprietary Schools Schools) Job Training for Database of Academic Programs that System which Basic and Job Training Basic Reading, Adult Education Employment and Instruction Job Placement, Integrate School to-Work Secondary-Level Training at Small Business and Basic Skills Job Placement Job Placement Unemployment Job Placement Job Placement Job Placement Current Workforce Vocational Job Placement Job Placement Assists with Programs Linking Instructional Financial Financial Financial Subsidy for Math, Writing, Training and Job Vocational Services Job Placement Occupational Integrated with Counseling and Academic and Transition Education (GED, to Mid-size Industry School to Work Job Training and Technical and Counseling and Job Training Insurance and Job Training and Job Training and Job Training Info; Training for Training Job Training (in the and Monitoring and Monitoring Vocational Education to English Literacy Skills/ Training Assistance Assistance Assistance Incumbent and/or Language Placement Training, Job Information Job Training Assistance Businesses Services Training Claimants Job Counselors Building Trades) Instruction Career Transition ESL, Citizenship) Workers Skill Training Placement Hire the Future Employers; Dislocated Workers Food Stamp High School Adults 55 years or Adults, Youth, Unemployment Unemployment Veterans with Individuals with K-12 Students Disadvantaged High Low-income Low-income Zero-income Employers Unemployed and (Low Skilled Research Groups, (Lost job due to job going out of Dropouts (16+) and Target Older at or Below Dislocated Insurance (UI) country, receive exteneded Employers and High-risk Youth Recipients (who TANF School Students Incumbent College College Seeking to Incumbent Unemployed Displaced Incarcerated 125% of Federal Workers, Recipients, Adults Insurance (UI) Veterans Service-Related High School Students); Public Planners & Unemployment Insurance Disabilities and College K-12 Students at risk for Under/ Individuals with Employers College College 1st yr. College Relocate or Expand Low-wage Customer Exoffender Services; Administrators; Benefits called Trade Job Seekers (Ages 16-24) are not on TANF Recipients Limited English Workers Students Students Workers Workers Homemakers Youth & Adults Poverty Level Employers and Employers Recipients Disabilities Readjustment Assistance (14.5+ years) Students Unemployment Students Students Students in the State Workers Mobile Van (Adults) Public or TRA) Caseload) Proficiency Number of Total: 37,191 582,271 8,759 11,475 13,179 Total 6,689 (Hire the Future: 6,150 Counselors 8,469 received 48,218 16,107 80,357 (10,919 Adults, 11,031 Job Seekers (Duplicated in the (Duplicated in the (Duplicated in the 4,377 Exoffender Services: Approximately Entire K-12 Employees Total 10,039 Customers/ 450-500 Youth, 15,241 Employment Services Employment Services Employment Services 1,576 Mobile Van: 736) (Total received LMI 1,035 Training at 358 11,037 8,057 48,933 4,536 Students 123,000 1,160 Companies Companies 3,000 358,365 265,704 140,744 210,426 Employees and 703 Adults 1,735 Adults 300 Adults 1,758 (7,707 Adults & (New and Renewing is duplicated in the 2 million students Population 2,332 Juveniles) Participants Dislocated Workers) Applicants) Count) Count) Count) Employment Services Count Training Conference (Includes some duplication) (Includes some duplication) 1,112 Companies * FY03 data TOTAL FUNDING: $3,639,760,000 NOTES ON METHODOLOGY AND WHAT’S EXCLUDED FROM THE MAP In 2003, the Governor signed an 1 Of the total WIA amount that the state receives, 85% of adult and 5 Federal funding for Youth Build, which is administered by 8 individ- Service Categories Customer Types 2003 Job Training Reorganization youth funding and 60% of dislocated worker funding is distributed ual sites in FY ’02 and 4 in FY’03, receives matching state funding executive order that transferred to 26 local workforce investment areas based on a formula. A por- through IDHS. All data included in this report were provided Competitive federal grants, national emergency The listed “target population” represents the The federal Ticket to Work program, managed Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) Job Training Adults, Dislocated, and Incumbent Workers authority for several workforce tion of the state’s dislocated worker funding is reserved for rapid 6 Although Illinois receives federal TANF funding ($585 million annual- in early 2003 by program or budget staff at the grants, and incentive bonuses received by the primary customer base but is not exhaustive. For by the Social Security Administration (SSA), Literacy Youth various state agencies operating workforce devel- state, as well as special programs funded through example, the Workforce Investment Act Title I provides “tickets” to all SSA beneficiaries with development programs to the response activities aimed at assisting dislocated workers with re- ly) from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), 21st Century Jobs Initiative employment. Illinois’ TANF Employment and Training programs are funded with FEDERAL opment programs. Unless otherwise indicated, the local municipal or county government, are not funds provide core employment services to any disabilities to purchase employment, vocational renamed Illinois Department of Financial Aid Individuals with Disabilities Commerce and Economic 2 This figure is an estimate of the amount of the total WIA state state Maintenance of Effort funding only. These state funds support $984,690,000 funding amounts are final budget numbers for FY included in this funding streams report since, customer in need, including individuals with disabil- rehabilitation and other support services from Bureau of Workforce Bureau of Technology & Industrial allotment spent on skills training throughout local areas. The num- the Work First program, Job Placement and Retention program, Job Placement/Job Readiness Cash Assistance Recipients (27%) 2002. This map documents public funding generally, these funds should not be counted on ities, cash assistance recipients, and ex-offenders. public and private providers called Employment Opportunity (DCEO). The new Development Competitiveness ber was derived by multiplying the number of adults who received Welfare to Work Support Services, Front Door Supportive Services streams only; private sector contributions to for planning purposes or they only benefit specific Networks (ENs). Because providers are reim- structure is depicted to the training in FY 2002 (11,779) by the average cost of an Individual programs and the Illinois Workforce Advantage (IWA) program. Career-Related Information Veterans While we recognize work supports such as trans- Includes WIA Title I Funds Includes JTED and the new Employer Training Account in Illinois ($3,108). It does not include IWA was cut in FY 03. workforce development are not included. communities. bursed for services rendered based on outcomes right. In addition to the reor- College Students portation and child care assistance as critical and milestones of participants, it is impossible (formerly at IDES) Training Investment Program (ETIP), incor- training that was funded through state set-aside funds. 7 $32 million of the $104.4 million total is spent on skills training. CJC requested and received from some agencies Job Corps, a federal residential program for youth components of a larger public workforce develop- ganization, the Department porating former programs such as Industrial 3 Wagner Peyser 7A funds are used in Illinois to support Illinois Skills cite a budget amount for this program in the 8 Approximately, 40% goes to post-secondary institutions and 60% Employers funding data broken out by geographical distri- with an education and training focus, is not ment system, we decided to focus this initial announced that a workforce Training Program (ITP), Current Workforce Match (www.illinoisskillsmatch.com), the National Registry, goes to secondary institutions. funding streams map. In April 2003, 31 ENs in STATE bution. However, a decision was made not to included because it has locations only in three report on mapping public funding for job prepara- development staff will be Apprenticeship Information Center, the Migrant and Seasonal Farm 9 The federal Education to Careers program and appropriation ended Ex-Offenders Illinois had received payments based on the Training Grant (formerly at ICCB), and pro- Workers Program, foreign and labor market certification. 7A funds $2,655,070,000 include this data in the report because of the dif- Illinois communities (Chicago, Joliet, and tion and placement programs. assigned to each of the ten at the end of FY 2002 however some agencies and schools have ficulties presented with the multiple definitions Golconda). Funding for this program goes directly outcomes of program participants. For more grams that were operated under the Prairie are also used, per the federal requirement, to support Re-employ- identified funds to continue education to careers related activities. (73%) information, visit www.yourtickettowork.com. economic development regions State 2000 Authority. Prairie State 2000 ment Services, Local Veteran Employment Representatives and the used for geographic “area” and because some to those sites from the U.S. Department of Labor. 10 In FY’04 this program was essentially eliminated. in the state and will assist local Authority programs were not included in the Disabled Veteran Outreach Program. These federally-required pro- agencies did not track their funding distribution We investigated HOPE VI funding from HUD that grams are listed separately in the chart. 11 Although the amount of federal dollars is listed as “0”, the agency by location at all. goes to public housing authorities and can be areas with planning for the map because they received no appropriation indicated that some, unidentifiable amount of federal Workforce Critical Skill Shortages 4 Illinois, Wagner Peyser 7B funds the Illinois Hire the Future pro- Investment Act dollars were used to support this program. used for job-related services, but there was not in FY 2002. gram, a mobile van that provides career and employment assistance, enough consistent information available to include Initiative. staff that work with IL Dept. of Corrections to provide employment 12 This dollar amount includes some transfer of federal Title XX in the map. (Community Service Block Grant) funds from IDHS to support job services to ex-offenders and the Women in Non-Traditional placement of ex-offenders. Occupations program.
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