HelpContact UsFOILSite Map

Custom Navigation

Living in Tompkins County linkLearning in Tompkins County linkVisiting Tompkins County linkBusiness in Tompkins County linkTompkins County Government link

You are here:

You are here

> Economic Security Indicators

Contact Information

YOUTH SERVICES
320 West State/MLK Jr. Street, Ithaca, NY 14850
Phone: (607)-274-5310
Fax: (607)-274-5313
Email Us

View Full Info and Map

Economic Security Goal:

Children and Youth will grow up in an economically secure environment

 

Current Indicators:

Source: United States Census Bureau, Small Area Income and Poverty Estimates

Source: NYS Education Dept. School Report Cards

Indicators in Development:

An additional indicator is in the process of being developed. The additional indicator will measure the annual number of families receiving Supplemental Nutriction Assistance Program (SNAP) Beneftis within Tompkins County. 

 

Agencies Funded by TCYSD that Contribute to Achieving Indicator Success:

Community Career Exploration and Apprentinceship Program 

 This program is for middle school and high school age Tompkins County youth who are living with a parent or guardian.  Tailored to each young person’s interests, CCEAP’s services include career exploration tours, apprenticeships, and community service.

2016 CCEAP Report Card

Please note that this Report Card is created by the program staff of CCEAP

Youth Employment Service

Youth Employment Service has been around for more than 40 years. Initially, it began as an odd job service, helping teens and homeowners connect to each other for yard-work, babysitting, moving and other jobs. It expanded to provide subsidized employment opportunities. The first subsidized program, known as the Municipal Jobs Program or MJP, started in the 1980s and still exists today. This program serves over 75 youth and employs them at over 50 different worksites each summer. We have partnered with Cornell University, the Ithaca City School District, Ithaca College, Rotary, GIAC, Southside Community Center, the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce and many others over the years to provide many different types of job opportunities for the teens of our community.

2016 YES Report Card

Please note that this Report Card is created by the program staff of YES

Return to the listing of indicators