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1 Sacramento Yolo Career Technical Education Partnership Rick Larkey Director of Workforce Development North State Building Industry Foundation Torence Powell Director of GreenForce Projects Cosumnes River College

2 Primary Programs Teacher Externship Program Junior ACE Mentoring Program Career GPS: Offering Career Pathway Development Building and Trades Sustainable/Renewable Energy STEM

3 Emphasizing Green Careers Transferrable Skill Development Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Technology Catch them early! Foster awareness of potential career pathways previously unknown Creating a PIPELINE Middle School Junior ACE High School ACE Mentor Program Sustainability-themed activities, academies College CC degree/certificate University degree Workforce

4 Educator Externship Purpose of the externship: To provide a teacher or counselor a work-based experience in a construction or power and energy business that leads to the development of applied learning classroom lessons.

5 Program Structure Teachers requirements: Fill out application (March-April) Attend an Orientation (April) Employer Interview (April-June) Spend 40 hours at work (June-July) Attend 2 day lesson plan Session (August) Develop lesson plan (August) Teach lesson (Aug-Nov) Have students evaluate lesson (Aug-Nov) Submit lesson and evaluations (Oct-Dec) Attend show and tell event with students (Dec) Educators earn $2000 for their work

6 Program Structure Counselors go through the same process as the teachers except: They work as a group They focus on visiting post- secondary training and education sites. Their deliverable is career guidance information

7 Results to date teachers and 7 counselors Estimated 990 students participated 120 participants for the Show and Tell event teachers and 5 counselors participated 720 students participated 80 Show and Tell participants teachers and 7 counselors Estimated 700 students participated Estimated 200 participants for the Show and Tell event

8 Results: Counselors 17 Education campuses and training centers visited CBOs a<3nd Adult Education California Conservation Corps- Auburn California Conservation Corps- Sacramento Northern California Construction Training Center Sacramento Job Corps Sacramento Regional Conservation Corps Twin Rivers Green Construction and HVAC programs State Colleges California State University: Construction Management and Engineering Community Colleges Cosumnes River College: Construction Technology and Green Building Program Sacramento City College: HVAC and Thermal Solar Program Sierra Community College: Construction and Photovoltaic Solar Program American River College: STRIPE Apprentice Programs IBEW: Electricians Laborers Operating Engineers PHCC: Plumbers SMACNA: Sheet Metal and HVAC WECA: Electricians

9 Participating Employers Abbott & Kindermann, LLP Baker-Williams Engineering Group Beutler Corporation BJ Williams Design California Building Performance Contractors Association City of West Sacramento Environmental Landscape Solutions Ferguson Enterprises GRA Architecture Granite Construction HD Electric HLA Group Homes by Towne Landscape Architects & Planners LB Construction Lionakis Morton & Pitalo, Inc. Nacht & Lewis Architects NSBIA Government Relations PHCC Poelman Construction Production Framing Rayco Electric Rescue Concrete Roseville Electric Sac City Department of Utilities Sacramento Marketing Company Shea Homes SMUD The New Home Company Teichert Construction Timberlake Cabinets USA Properties Fund WECA Well Home Wood Rogers

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