Presentation on theme: "Maximizing Outcomes through Aligning Program Goals."— Presentation transcript:
Maximizing Outcomes through Aligning Program Goals
The Martin Luther King, Jr. ▪ César Chávez ▪ Rosa Parks Initiative (KCP) The Michigan legislature established the Martin Luther King, Jr. ▪ César Chávez ▪ Rosa Parks Initiative in 1986 after a statewide analysis of participation and graduation rates of Michigan's most educationally disadvantaged students. Targets the needs of academically and economically disadvantaged students.
The KCP Pipeline Funded annually through the Michigan Higher Education Appropriations Act Implemented by Michigan's Public and Independent Universities. The six strategic components of the KCP Initiative: The College Day (CD)Program, The Select Student Support Services (4S) Program The Michigan College/University Partnership (MICUP) The Morris Hood, Jr., Educator Development (MHED) Program The Future Faculty Fellowship (FFF) Program, The Visiting Professors (VP) Program http://www.michigan.gov/WDA http://www.michigan.gov/WDA
The KCP Initiative Pipeline MI GEAR UP MI GEAR UP 4S MICUP MHED Career VP Career K-12UndergraduateGraduate FFF
KCP K-12 Programs College Day (CD) Program, State funded Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP) funded by USDOE MI GEAR UP: Michigan’s largest college access program Serves over 10,000 students statewide Operates in partnership with all of Michigan’s public universities.
The KCP Pipeline MI GEAR UP schools: 50% or more of students are Free and Reduced Lunch eligible. 2017 cohort, currently in 10 th grade. MI GEAR UP Services Include: Financial Literacy Parental Involvement Scholarships
KCP Undergraduate Programs KCP Competitive Grants-- (4-S, MICUP, and MHEDP) college retention, success, and graduation for academically and economically disadvantaged college students. 4-S. The Select Student Support Services (4-S) Competitive Grants promote systemic institutional change through creating programs for academically and economically disadvantaged college students. MICUP. The Michigan College and University Partnership (MICUP) Competitive Grants are intended to create programs that increase the number of academically and economically disadvantaged students who transfer from community colleges into baccalaureate programs. MHED. The Morris Hood Jr. Educator Development (MHED) Program Competitive Grants are intended to increase the number of academically and economically disadvantaged students who enroll in and complete K-12 teacher education programs at the baccalaureate level.
KCP Graduate Programs Future Faculty Fellowship (FFF) Program provides financial support for traditionally underrepresented candidates pursuing faculty teaching careers in postsecondary education. Visiting Professors (VP) Program provides financial support to Michigan's public universities to increase the number of traditionally underrepresented instructors in the classroom available as role models for students.
STUDENTS SERVED MI GEAR UP Student served: 11,110 4S (Select Student Support Services) Students served: 4,350 MICUP (Michigan College University Partnerships) Students served: 2,058 MHEDP (Morris Hood Educator Development Program) Students served: 319 FFF (Future Faculty Fellows) Students served: 436 VP (Visiting Professors) Professors funded: 80
UNIVERSITY PARTNER SERVICES Mentoring Financial Aid Counseling Outreach Career Preparation Summer Enrichment Opportunities Tutoring College Campus Tours
Alignment of Program Goals Strengthening Programs through Alignment of Program Goals Coordination among KCP Competitive Grant Programs. Programs can coordinate services by jointly designing and implementing strategies that include shared goals, objectives, and resources. Coordination between KCP Competitive Grant Programs and MI GEAR UP. Opportunities for cross program collaboration include guidance, mentoring and academic support, summer visitation programs, on- campus math and science academies, and financial aid and postsecondary application workshops. Coordination between KCP Programs and College Access Organization. Collaborate with other college access organizations such as TRIO or other educational opportunity programs (EOP) to facilitate enrollment and coordination of services across the range of program services.
“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” William B. Yeats William B. Yeats Igniting the Spark KCP College Day with GEAR UP Mentored by College Positive Mentors KCP Visiting Professor speakers Introducing the Spark KCP Competitive Grants Success Programming for Freshman and Transfer Students Mentoring as College Positive Mentors Research based programming by Future Faculty Fellow KCP Visiting Professor speakers Fueling the Spark KCP Competitive Success Programming KCP Visiting Professor speakers Feeding the Flame and Keeping it Burning KCP Future Faculty Fellowship Support to Competitive Grants and MI GEAR UP