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Step Up Full Report

Step Up Full Report

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Commissioner’s Report Regarding the Subsidized Training and Employment (Step Up) Program as required by Public Act #121 February 2013 Submitted by Commissioner Sharon M. Palmer CT State 2-1-13

Commissioner’s Report Regarding the Subsidized Training and Employment (Step Up) Program as required by Public Act #121 February 2013 Submitted by Commissioner Sharon M. Palmer CT State 2-1-13

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Commissioner’s
 
Report 
 
Regarding
 
the
 
Subsidized
 
Training
 
and
 
Employment 
 
(Step
 
Up)
 
Program
 
as
 
required 
 
by 
 
Public 
 
 Act 
 
#12
-
1
 
February
 
2013
 
Submitted
 
by
 
Commissioner Sharon M. PalmerCT State Department of Labor
 
 
 
Commissioner’s
 
Report 
 
Regarding
 
the
 
Subsidized
 
Training
 
and
 
Employment 
 
(Step
 
Up)
 
Program
 
Table
 
of 
 
Contents
 
Background
 
Page 1
Program
 
Eligibility
 
Page 1
Executive
 
Summary
 
Page 2
Step
 
Up
 
Program
 
Progress
 
Overview
 
Page 5
Industry
 
Participants
 
 
Present 
 
and 
 
Future
 
Page 7
 
Education
 
and 
 
Outreach
 
Strategies
 
Page 10
 
Conclusion
 
Page 12
 Attachments
 
Newspaper
 
 Articles
 
Public
 
Outreach
 
Materials
 
FlyersPost CardsFact Sheet Web BannersPromotional BannerWeb ButtonE‐mail Newsletter
Press
 
Releases
 
 
This is the first of the required STEP‐UPbi‐annual reports beginning June 30 and endingDecember 31, 2012. Future reports will beprepared and delivered every six months.
 Acknowledgements
 
The state’s
Step
 
Up
program has benefited from the work of many dedicated individuals from the Department of Labor’sOffice of Employment and Training, Office of WorkforceCompetitiveness, Communications, Veterans’ Services,Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program, theagency’s legal and legislative teams, as well as ourWorkforce Investment Board partners.I would also like to acknowledge the following peoplefor their individual contributions to this document.
 Anita
 
Cox 
 
Christopher 
 
Caruso
 
 Joseph
 
Criscuolo
 
Muhammodu
 
Giwa
 
Marisa
 
Morello
 
 Art 
 
Perry 
 
Mark 
 
Polzella
 
Nancy 
 
Steffens
 
Respectfully submitted,Sharon M. PalmerCommissionerConnecticut Department of Labor

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