ESP Component Eligibility

 

The ESP Component Eligibility page lists all the ESP components available to the client, based on the information provided in the Employment History, Education History, and Potential Barriers pages.  You may not delete these components from this page.  The components are used to inform you of activities available to a client to help him or her find a job.

 

Selecting the Re-assess button may add other components based on the information provided on the previous pages.  If the client wishes to participate in a component that does not appear after clicking the re-assess button you should check the data on the prior ESP Assessment pages as well as the Work Requirements page to ensure correct data has been entered.

 

After reviewing the ESP Component Eligibility page, click Next.  This will take you to the Occupational Area of Interest page in the Employment Development Plan section.

 

The components listed below are available for clients to help meet their Work Requirement.  Click below for more information about a component and activity.

 

The Populations Best Served descriptions found in most of the ESP pages should be used as guidelines when referring clients to the various activities.  Several activities may be appropriate referrals based on a client’s ESP needs.  If you and/or the client are having difficulty determining the appropriate activity, consult your supervisor or the Full Engagement Worker.

 

For a list of all providers and the TAOs they serve, go to the Resource Inventories option of the DTA Intranet home page, click Employment Services Programs, then click the appropriate component (Employment Programs, Subsidized Employment, High School or High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) Programs, Community Service Programs, Support Programs), then the activity within the component.

 

Employment Ready

Employment Supports

Employment Training and Education

Enhanced Employment Supports

Advanced Degree

Basic Education

High School Equivalency Test (HiSET)

Post Secondary Education

Massachusetts Community College Programs

Full Employment Program

Massachusetts Office for Refugees and Immigrants (ORI)

Young Parents Program (YPP)

Community Service

 

 

ESP Policy and Procedures

 

 

  Last Update: March 19, 2015