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Asian American & Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) Servied or Exited in Program Year (PY) 2015

By the end of June 30, 2016, the workforce system served 746,744 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The data presented in this chart is a compilation of exiters, participants served, and active participant data. The H-1B Technical Skills Training Grants program served the largest proportion of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders at 7.8% of 18,294; followed by the H-1B Ready to Work Grants at 7.5% of 6,828; and Trade Adjustment Assistance at 6.1% of 17,750. Following them, Unemployment Insurance served 4.9% of 6,388,807; H-1B Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge Grants served 4.2% of 3,261; and the Senior Community Service Employment Program served 4.0% of 65,170. The Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker program served 3.7% of 426,001. Five programs served a proportion of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders within the 2% range: Wagner-Peyser Employment Service at 2.9% of 13,251,536; YouthBuild at 2.8% of 38,918; Registered Apprenticeship at 2.6% of 202,817; Workforce Investment Act Adults at 2.5% of 883,920; and Workforce Investment Act Youth at 2.4% of 94,925. Under 2%, the Youthful Offender Initiative served 1.9% of 8,164; Jobs Corps served 1.9% of 55,057; National Farmworker Jobs Program served 1.0% of 11,477; and the Reentry Employment Opportunities - Adult served 0.8% of 6,701.

Asian Americans and Pacfic Islanders (AAPI) Served or Exited in PY 2015
Program PY 2015
Reentry Employment Opportunities - Adult 0.8% of 6,701
National Farmworker Jobs Program 1.0% of 11,477
Jobs Corps 1.9% of 55,057
Youthful Offender Initiative 1.9% of 8,164
Workforce Investment Act Youth* 2.3% of 94,925
Workforce Investment Act Adults* 2.5% of 883,920
Registered Apprenticeship** 2.6% of 202,817
YouthBuild 2.8% of 38,918
Wagner-Peyser Employment Service*** 2.9% of 13,251,536
Workforce Investment Act Dislocated Worker* 3.7% of 426,001
Senior Community Service Employment Program 4.0% of 65,170
H-1B Jobs and Innovation Accelerator Challenge Grants 4.2% of 3,261
Unemployment Insurance 4.9% of 6,388,807
Trade Adjustment Assistance 6.1% of 17,750
H-1B Ready to Work Grants 7.5% of 6,828
H-1B Technical Skills Training Grants 7.8% of 18,294

* Number of Exiters from April 2015 to March 2016, by Selected Characteristics (Derived from PY 2015Q4 WIASRD Records).

** FY 2016 data on active apprentices for the programs managed by Federal Staff in the 25 Office of Apprenticeship (OA) states.

*** Labor Exchange Reporting System 9002 A PY 2015Q4.