The MAX Community Impact Assessment (CIA) helps us better understand how workforce providers are making a difference in the lives of job seekers. The assessment, conducted annually, serves as a valuable tool for tracking our collective outcomes year-to-year and provides benchmarks to inform our individual efforts as well. This assessment is led by the MAX Data Council in partnership with the MAX Provider Council.
The MAX Community Impact Assessment was initially launched in 2022. Special thanks to the following organizations for their participation: Atlanta Center for Self Sufficiency, Bobby Dodd Institute (BDI), City of Refuge, Construction Ready, Corners Outreach, CPACS, Diversity Cyber Council, First Step Staffing, Goodwill of North Georgia, Gwinnett Technical College, Integrity Transformations CDC, Jewish Family & Career Services, Juma Ventures, Literacy Action, Per Scholas, Rainey Day Fund, Inc., Southern Crescent Technical College, WorkSource Atlanta, WorkSource Atlanta Regional, WorkSource Cobb (and CobbWorks), WorkSource DeKalb, and WorkSource Fulton. Click here for the results.
It is time for us to collect data for our 2023 assessment.
While the invitation to participate in the 2023 assessment is being shared broadly through the MAX network, we are seeking one response per organization and we ask that you coordinate your organization’s response accordingly.
Through this assessment, we are asking for information in the following areas:
- Organizational Information: Name, service area, budgets, number of staff
- Client Demographics: number of people served, gender, race, and education levels of clients
- Enrollment and Outcomes: number of people served and completed programming, job placement rates, earnings data pre and post programming.
Data should be provided for Calendar Year 2022.
In order to understand how Atlanta organizations are increasing equity throughout our community, we are requesting enrollment and outcome data by demographic group (race, gender, ethnicity, or other special population). If you do not collect this information, you will be able to skip over these pages. In such case, we encourage you to consider collecting this information in future years as we all work toward a more equitable Atlanta.
Should you have any questions, please contact the MAX Data Council lead for the MAX Community Impact Assessment, Nye Hodge with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, at [email protected]. Special thanks to the Atlanta Fed for their partnership in administering this assessment!
Click here to participate in the 2023 MAX Community Impact Assessment.
Great if we can please have your organization’s participation by Wednesday, May 31st.