Presentation on theme: "Community Advisory Committees Invitations have been extended for community advisory committee members in each of our three service areas, Lenawee, Hillsdale."— Presentation transcript:
Community Advisory Committees Invitations have been extended for community advisory committee members in each of our three service areas, Lenawee, Hillsdale and Jackson. The committees will meet bi-annually. Representatives from government, manufacturing, education, banking, law enforcement and business owners were invited. The purpose is for the college to receive input on how we can support the community, business and students. These groups will also provide important voices from the community they serve as the College considers new initiatives.
Student Success Metrics Most recent benchmark data (fall 2010 cohort) indicated JCC’s fall-to- winter persistence rate fell to the 73 rd percentile. World class benchmark for fall-to-winter persistence (90 th percentile) was 78%. Source: National Community College Benchmarking Project
Student Success Metrics This metric follows a first-time student cohort for 6 years to determine the percent who either graduate from JCC or transfer to another 2-yr or 4-yr institution. This metric is part of the MI Governor’s Dashboard. JCC’s results are higher than the state average of 49%. Source:
Enrollment & Market Share Most recent benchmark data (fall 2010) indicated JCC’s high school market share was in the 60 th percentile. World class benchmark for high school market share (90 th percentile) was 35%. Source: National Community College Benchmarking Project
JCC Revenue Distribution Figure 1 represents JCC’s primary sources of institutional revenue, with Tuition & Fees (59%), State Appropriations (25%), and Property Tax (10%). Figure 2 represents the average support that 28 Michigan Community College’s receive, with Tuition & Fees (40.8%), State Appropriations (18.9%) and Property Tax (36.5%).
Career Coach/Corporate & Alumni Relations Activities June 2012 – January 2013 Contacts: 107 Student Outreach: 15,672 Outreach/Notices: 117 Job Postings: 584 Notices: 58 Referrals: 46 Personal Coaching: 114 Resume Critique: 62
Michigan New Jobs Training Program In December 2012, JCC was notified by the Michigan Community College Association (MCCA) of $500,000 in training dollars, under the MNJTP program. Designed as an economic development incentive, employers can obtain training for new employees hired for new jobs under MNJTP. On Feb. 25, 2013, JCC submitted three new MNJTP company contracts to the MCCA and Michigan Treasury, totaling $499,500, and for a combined total of 91 new positions in the region.
Volunteering is important to the vitality of the communities we serve.
Hillsdale Center’s Top Partners – Hillsdale Intermediate School District - including all county schools and the Hillsdale Workforce Development Tech Center, dual enrollment, courses in the schools and ITV equipment at Camden- Frontier Schools that allows students from several districts to participate in classes. – Hillsdale Health Center – partnering on laddering classes for nurses and other health care fields – Hillsdale County Chamber of Commerce – working with businesses to better understand community needs
Community Benefits – The Performing Arts at JCC supports several community organizations by waiving theatre rental or sponsoring organizations such as Jackson Symphony Orchestra, Michigan Shakespeare Festival and Center Stage Jackson. This provides year-round cultural enrichment opportunities to the region. It also provides educational opportunities to over 10,000 K-8 children through the year. – The total community benefit that the performing arts department provided to the region last year was more than $100,000.
United States vs. Michigan Unemployment Rate 2000 – 13 Source: _y=lin&ind_y=false&rdim=country&idim=country:US&idim=state:ST260000&ifdim=country&tstart= &tend= &hl=en_US&dl=en_US&i nd=false _y=lin&ind_y=false&rdim=country&idim=country:US&idim=state:ST260000&ifdim=country&tstart= &tend= &hl=en_US&dl=en_US&i nd=false
WHERE’S THE JOB GROWTH? National Trends Rapidly Growing Sectors Registered nurses Retail sales persons Home health aides Personal care aides Office clerks, general Combined food preparation and serving workers, including fast food Customer service representatives Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers Laborers and freight, stock and material movers, hand Post-secondary teachers Source: Life, Inc. Declining Sectors Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers Postal service mail sorters, processors and processing machine operators; mail carriers; clerks; Switchboard operators, including answering service Sewing machine operators Fast food cooks Miscellaneous agricultural workers Data entry and Word processors and typists Source: Forbes
Tri-County Job Outlook College Degree Required Medical Records & Health Information Technology Physician Assistant Dental Hygienists Registered Nurses Training & Development Specialist Financial Advisors Employment, Recruitment and Placement Specialists Management Analyst Medical & Health Service Managers Industrial Engineer Medical & Public Health Social Workers Securities, Commodities, and Financial Sales Source: DLEG, Key Demand Occupations 2012
Areas of Opportunity Enrollment Trends for International Students
Areas of Opportunity
Programming Plans International – Hiring Bethany Burgun, Director of ISI – January 2013 – Grand opening of International Student Institute – March 11, 2013 – Educating and training a globally competitive workforce for the 21 st century – Internationalizing the curriculum – Study Abroad opportunities – Student and Faculty exchange opportunities – Recruiting of international students to the states
JCC Offering Bachelor’s Degrees! Community College Baccalaureate – Governor signed legislation on 12/27/12 allowing CC to grant baccalaureate degrees in 4 areas: Concrete Technology Maritime Technology Energy Production Technology Culinary Arts
Programming Plans Baccalaureate – Pursuing baccalaureate degrees in Energy Production Technology and Culinary Arts – New faculty Doug Baker - Alternative Energy Technologies Program/Electrical/Electronics Technology Program Matt Higgins – Advanced Manufacturing TBD – Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management
Giving to JCC Foundation Source: JCC Foundation Audited Financial Statements Restricted gifts are donor restricted for specific uses (scholarships, programs, equipment, etc.) Unrestricted gifts are not restricted by the donor, the Foundation Board determines their use.
Why People Give… Research covering the last 20 years suggests the number one reason to give cited by donors who give: “I believe in your mission!” Source: Chronicle of Philanthropy
Why? Nearly 1/4 of the Community College’s in the State of Michigan do not have the word community in their name. Many high school graduates perceive, “community colleges” as a “lesser” option than four-year schools and universities. “Community College” is confusing to international students, a market we are pursuing in our strategic plan. With passage of recent legislation, JCC is now able to offer bachelor’s degrees in culinary arts and energy production.
Community College Baccalaureate Degrees According to the Community College Baccalaureate Association, 17 states now have community colleges that offer at least one bachelor's degree. In addition, a number of these colleges do not have “community” in their name. Florida Colleges: 18 community colleges offer a four-year degree. Of those colleges, only 4 have community in their name. Washington Colleges: 4 community colleges added bachelor’s degrees and 2 do not have community in their name. Texas Colleges: 3 community colleges in Texas have established bachelor degree programs and none have community in their name.
Re-Positioning JCC in a Broader Global Perspective New Legislation, House Bill 4148 would enable community college’s to offer bachelor of arts degrees in: – Nursing, Allied Health, Wastewater Treatment Technology, Manufacturing Technology, and Ski Resort Management; With On-Line Learning and a Global Focus, should a name change be considered?
Results of Community Focus Group a Year ago Approximately 60 community members, varied in ages, backgrounds and relationships with JCC participated. Agreed that the goals of the college are changing so name change may be necessary Needed for “credibility” Fresh start with new vision Breaks stigma Explain the reasons for the proposed change
Biggest Concerns Losing Jackson out of the name would be hard Expense Need confident name
Questions ? What can JCC do in the Hillsdale Community to be a better partner ?