The OYP is a national leader in shared measurement among Opportunity Youth focused collective impact initiatives.
Shared Measurement Overview
The OYP’s shared measurement system began in November 2014, with 9 partner organization’s contributing data on their Opportunity Youth clients. All youth included in the shared measurement are tracked along a set of 10 common indicators, with updates occurring at six-month intervals. Over the past three years the OYP collaborative has collected data on over 2,000 Opportunity Youth in Santa Clara County. The most recent collection round occurred in May 2017, with 13 partner organizations contributing data on their Opportunity Youth clients.
Ten Common Indicators
Five Education-to-Career Indicators
- Secondary completion
- Postsecondary enrollment
- Internship or related work experience attainment
- Postsecondary completion
- Career related employment attainment
Five Self-Sufficiency Indicators
OYP Data Partner Organizations
- Bill Wilson Center
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley
- Child Advocates of Silicon Valley
- ConXion to Community (CTC)
- Family & Children Services of Silicon Valley (ILP Program)
- First Place for Youth
- Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY)
- Planned Parenthood Mar Monte – AFLP & Teen Success
- San Jose Conservation Corps & Charter School
- Silicon Valley Children’s Fund (SVCF)
- Teen Success, Inc.
- work2future Foundation
OYP Data Reports
Data analysis and reports completed by Applied Survey Research.
For more information on the shared measurement system, contact OYP’s Project Coordinator, Nicole Stein at email@example.com
Additional Data Resources
Promising Gains, Persistent Gaps: Youth Disconnection in America – Measure of America
Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020 – Georgetown University, Center of Education and the Workforce
The Economic Value of Opportunity Youth – Corporation for National and Community Services and The White House Council for Community Solutions
The Rising Cost of Not Going to College – Pew Research Center
Unemployment rates and earnings by educational attainment, 2016 (chart) – United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistic