National Evaluation of the Welfare-to-Work Grants Program: Final Report. Employment Model

09/01/2004

The primary objective of the employment model was to move enrollees as quickly as possible into jobs. This did not mean that programs following this model focused solely on job placement. Job preparation services were typically accompanied by individualized counseling and support, social services, and even post-employment follow up, including education in some cases. Four of the sites followed the employment model. In two of these (Phoenix and Yakima), staff generally provided substantial counseling and employment assistance to the enrollees. Grantees in Chicago and Ft. Worth each funded over a dozen separate programs that implemented various models, but most enrollees were in programs that relied heavily on self-directed job search.

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