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Placer County Joint GRC 1 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE CA Career Pathways Trust $250 million grant pool 10 awards at $15 million 15 awards at $6 million 15 awards.

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1 Placer County Joint GRC 1 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE CA Career Pathways Trust $250 million grant pool 10 awards at $15 million 15 awards at $6 million 15 awards at $600,000 One Region Two Applications United Support

2 The CRANE Network Presented by Linda Christopher – Director of Educational Innovation

3 CRANE: 23 Districts, COEs 3 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE El Dorado County:El Dorado COE, El Dorado UHSD, Black Oak Mine USD Placer County:Placer COE, Placer UHSD, Roseville JUHSD, Rocklin USD, Western Placer USD Sacramento County: Sacramento COE, Folsom-Cordova USD, Galt UHSD, Natomas USD, Center JUSD, San Juan USD, Twin Rivers USD, River Delta USD Nevada County: Nevada JUHSD Sutter CountyYuba City USD Yolo County: Washington USD, Winters USD, Woodland USD Yuba County: Yuba COE, Wheatland UHSD

4 Complimentary Proposals 4 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE Capital Academies & Pathways (CAP) A partnership between our region’s two largest unified school districts, the Sacramento City Unified School Districts and the Elk Grove Unified School District CRANE and CAP will submit a mutual letter of support for both proposals in their grant applications Total regional ask will be approximately $21 million

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6 Pathways: Knowledge+Skills+Experience CRANE Pathway Focus = Next Economy Clusters Engineering Advanced Manufacturing Agriculture & Food Energy/Construction & Infrastructure Health/Bio Medical Integrated Computer Technologies (Overarching focus on Public Service Entrepreneurism) 6 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

7 Pathways: Knowledge+Skills+Experience Pathway Clusters Designed to provide: – Pathways from HS to Post Secondary to Career – Work based learning opportunities (internships, etc.) – Increase Graduation Rate, College Readiness – Reduce Time to Degree by way of Articulation – Preparation for Critical Careers in Next Economy – Accountability, Specific Outcomes 7 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

8 CRANE: Business & Civic Engagement NextEd Manage – Backbone Intermediary Regional CEO’s Promote to Public and Policymakers Keeper of the vision CEO Champions Next Ed Manage – Backbone Intermediary Next Economy Cluster Representatives Community College Sector Navigators 9-14 Representatives Review workforce Demand, Ensure Program Quality Regional Industry Roundtables 8 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

9 CRANE: Business & Civic Engagement LEA and CC Pathway Leadership Expand student opportunities into CC programs Regional Curricular Development Annual WBL Inventory and brokering of placements (Career Specialists) Pathway Workgroups by Sector Actual Pathway Implementation Building Local Sustainability Employer-School Site Partnerships Local Innovation with Pathway Implementation Local Pathways 9 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

10 CRANE Partners Regional collaborative partnerships with business entities, community organizations, local workforce investment boards, are crucial to successful pathway programs. SETA will provide pre-employment training, employer training, support for the Career GPS event and Career GPS.com trainings and connectivity to other regional WIBS 10 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

11 CRANE Partners Collaboration is Key 11 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE

12 CRANE Website, Contact capitalregionacademies.org 12 3/20/13 | SCOE | CRANE


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