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Results First Clearinghouse Database

The Results First Clearinghouse Database is a one-stop online resource provides policymakers with an easy way to find information on the effectiveness of various interventions as rated by eight national research clearinghouses. The Pew-MacArthur Results First Initiative is a project of The Pew Charitable Trusts and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

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12/03/14 02:02PM

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Transition from Jail to community Online Learning Toolkit

Examples and tools to address jail-to-community transition. The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) partnered with the Urban Institute (UI) to launch the Transition from Jail to Community (TJC) initiative is a new way of doing business that entails systems change and the development of collaborative relationships between jail and community partners.

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12/01/14 01:06PM

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Using Return on Investment and Other Related Tools: Guidelines for Measuring Career and Technical Education Internal Efficiency and External Effectiveness

The National Research Center for Career and Technical Education (NRCCTE) report that describes different approaches to measuring return on investment (ROI) and provides summary abstracts of existing ROI studies.

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01/03/14 09:19AM

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Advanced Manufacturing in the American South: An Economic Analysis Supporting Regional Development

A Southern Governors’ Association report that suggests the American South does have promise as a region whose economy might be led by a modern industrial architecture.

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12/23/13 01:01PM

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Bringing Developmental Education to Scale: Lessons from the Developmental Education Initiative

An evaluation report of the Developmental Education Initiative (DEI) which was implemented by fifteen community colleges to scale up existing interventions or establish new ones that would help students progress through developmental courses more quickly and successfully.

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10/25/13 01:10PM

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Professional Placement Network Program

The Professional Placement Network Program is a service to help clients with a four year degree and/or a minimum of 5 years managerial experience earning $35,000/year or more gain employment.

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04/16/13 11:48AM

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Social Media Tools

WorkForce One Employment Solutions (WF1), uses social media to target marketing and advertising through LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to post job seeker tips, advice and event marketing, along with local hot job postings to all customer classes.

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04/16/13 09:42AM

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Leveraging Communication and Web-Based Technology

WorkForce One Employment Solutions (WF1), implemented various technological strategies to: 1) reduce the customer’s transportation costs; 2) reduce the traffic in the centers, and 3) increase customer communication. WFI implemented 3 technology-based strategies as part of this effort: virtual kiosks, web texting, and online orientations.

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04/15/13 02:33PM

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State of the Sector 2012

A joint report from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund and the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida, the documents changes in the region’s nonprofit sector since 1998.

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03/21/13 10:31AM

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Partnerships for Community Impact: Higher Education and CDFIs (community development financial institutions) Working Together

The Jessie Ball duPont Fund report that highlights five examples of higher education-CDFI (community development financial institutions) partnerships, involving projects in Philadelphia (LaSalle University), Chicago (University of Chicago), Durham, N.C. (Duke University); New Orleans (Delgado Community College) and multiple communities in North Carolina (University of Virginia).

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03/21/13 10:27AM

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Making It Happen: How Career Academies Can Build College and Career Exploration Programs

An MDRC report that summarizes findings from a three-year study of 18 academies in three states — California, Florida, and Georgia — that implemented Exploring Career and College Options (ECCO) from 2009 through 2012.

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02/14/13 10:18AM

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Redesigning State Economic Development Agencies

A National Governor’s Association (NGA) report that focuses on actions states are taking to redesign their economic development agencies to make them more effective.

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11/09/12 10:01AM

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The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV)

The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) offers cutting edge, experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management to post-9/11 veterans with disabilities resulting from their service to our country.

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10/24/12 03:17PM

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State Approaches to the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant: Welfare Is Not What You Think It Is

An Urban Institute paper that examines how state goals, policies, and expenditure decisions contribute to unique pictures of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) in California, Florida, Michigan, Texas, and Washington.

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10/16/12 11:50AM

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ReServe

ReServe is an innovative nonprofit that matches continuing professionals age 55 (ReServists) with organizations that need their expertise. ReServe partners with nonprofit organizations, public institutions and government agencies of all sizes, budgets and missions. ReServists provide direct services, administrative support, and capacity-building expertise in schools, social service agencies, cultural institutions, and public agencies.

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08/29/12 11:54AM

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Serving Jobseekers with Disabilities in the One-Stop Career Centers

A webinar focused on various Employment Networks (Ens) models being implemented in the public workforce development system. Becoming an EN under the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Ticket to Work Program is a way to expand the capacity of the One-Stop Career Centers to serve persons receiving Social Security disability benefits. Representatives from the Florida, New York State, and Virginia workforce system will discuss their state models.

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04/19/12 02:00PM

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Preparing for the Unexpected in Disaster Grants

Disasters can create job loss while at the same time undermining the ability of the workforce system to quickly respond with assistance to dislocated workers. The timing and impact of natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, and fires cannot be predicted; however, the workforce system can prepare for them through careful planning and the alignment of procedures to ensure a systematic NEG response. This promising practices review highlights the creation of emergency Web sites, training manuals, and contingency operations plans; the deployment of dedicated staff to coordinate the emergency response; and the streamlining of the process to prepare an emergency NEG application. NEG projects showcased in this review: Florida – Hurricanes/Storms 2004; Mississippi – Hurricane Katrina; and Pennsylvania – Flood 2006.

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04/06/10 04:24PM

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Establishing and Managing a Temporary Jobs Program

NEG disaster projects create temporary employment to assist with clean-up, restoration, and humanitarian assistance in communities harmed by natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, or fires. This review document highlights promising practices in determining an employer of record for hiring, insuring, overseeing, and paying a temporary workforce; recruiting workers; selecting and managing worksites; and providing workforce services to temporary workers to support their reemployment goals. NEG projects showcased in this review: Pennsylvania – Flood 2006; Florida –Hurricanes and Storms 2004; Mississippi – Hurricane Katrina; and Louisiana – Hurricane Katrina/Rita.

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04/06/10 04:22PM

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Working Across Boundaries in Planning a Regional NEG Response

Neither natural disasters nor the resulting layoffs which may follow are constrained by the geographic and political boundaries that organize the workforce investment system. An effective NEG response to any kind of economic dislocation is often dependent upon the willingness of planners and practitioners to work across these boundaries. This document highlights promising practices that are based on exchanging information and resources; coordinating training policies and service delivery designs across program jurisdictions; and obtaining the guidance and expertise of neighboring jurisdictions with relevant experience. NEG projects showcased in this review: Florida – Hurricanes and Storms 2004; Mississippi – Hurricane Katrina; Missouri – Ford/Lear Dual Enrollment; Massachusetts – Central Massachusetts Trade Dual Enrollment; and Virginia – Independence Air.

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04/06/10 04:00PM

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Closing the Talent Gap: A Business Perspective--What Florida Needs from its Talent Supply Chain

Formed in 1961, the Florida Council of 100 is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of business leaders, which exists to promote the economic growth of Florida and improve the economic well-being and quality of life of its citizenry. This report, Closing the Talent Gap, is predicated on the fact that continued enhancement and development of Florida’s talent is the leading determinant of the state’s ability to build a vibrant and innovative economy. Thus, this research is directed toward identifying the key factors for investing public dollars in each stage of the education delivery process in order to deliver the highest dividend to Florida’s students and economy. The report was commissioned by the Florida Council of 100, in partnership with the Florida Chamber of Commerce.

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02/01/10 10:30AM

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