Presentation on theme: "Navigating Change in Virginia VACCE Annual Meeting, June 27, 2013 Bob Templin Northern Virginia Community College."— Presentation transcript:
Navigating Change in Virginia VACCE Annual Meeting, June 27, 2013 Bob Templin Northern Virginia Community College
78,000 Students on Six Campuses Alexandria Annandale Loudoun Manassas Springfield Woodbridge
Second largest community college in the United States Largest public institution of higher education in Virginia & Metro Washington DC Students representing over 150 nationalities 3
Virginia Outlook 2014-2020: Economic Transformation Emergence of disruptive technologies that will transform existing business sectors and create new businesses Pervasive integration of IT/Internet applications in established economic sectors
Competitive Requirements 2014-2020 The ability of a company to be competitive in this new business environment requires a capacity to improve productivity, to innovate, and to push innovations to market faster than competitors. This capacity depends upon the abilities of a skilled frontline workforce to harness the tools of technology and to quickly adapt to changes in the global economy.
Market Realities 2014-2020 There will be a growing shortage of high-skill, tech-savvy frontline workers across a number of industry sectors that will become a critical choke point in the growth of many Virginia businesses.
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Information Technology/ Telecommunications Biotechnology & Life Sciences Manufacturing Health Care & Care Giving Learning, Education & Training
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Information Technology/ Telecommunications – Smart mobile devices and applications – Cloud computing – Cybersecurity – Big Data / Analytics
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Biotechnology & Life Sciences – DNA sequencing – Pharmacogenomics – Regeneration materials – Medical devices – Bioinformatics
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Manufacturing – Advanced manufacturing – Additive manufacturing (3-D Printing) – Nanotechnology
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Health Care & Care Giving – Personalized Medicine – Healthcare Reform – Electronic Medical Record
Business Sectors & Waves of Transformative Change Learning, Education & Training – E-learning – MOOCS (Massive Open Online Courses)
Market Realities 2013-2020 There are not enough students graduating from Commonwealth’s colleges and universities to meet demand from Virginia’s employers. There will be a growing shortage of high-skill, tech-savvy frontline workers across most STEM disciplines. 13
Market Realities 2013-2018 The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce estimates that two-thirds of the projected job vacancies in the nation by 2018 will require some postsecondary education. Source: Anthony Carnevale, et.al., Help Wanted: Projection of Jobs and Educational Requirements Through 2018, Center on Education and the Workforce
A Growing Workforce Gap By 2020, there will be 650,000 job vacancies in Northern Virginia and the vast majority will require at least the Associate Degree Almost half will be in scientific and technical careers GMU Center for Regional Analysis
Job Demand in Northern Virginia 2010-2020 (in thousands) Type of Job 2010 2020 Change Percent Total Jobs1,509 1,812 303 20.1 Replacement 346 23.0 Total Openings 649 43.1
Sectoral Sources of Net New Job Growth in Northern Virginia 2010-2020 (in thousands) 2010 2010-2020 Percent % of all SectorJobs Job Change Change New Jobs Prof, Science, Tech 316,175 124,157 39.2 40.9 Health Care 107,377 32,113 30.0 10.6 Government 243,555 29,454 12.1 9.7 Admin Support 94,639 18,421 19.5 6.4 Real Estate Services 66,022 15,239 23.1 5.0
Population Growth in Northern Virginia Immigration is the most powerful demographic force impacting Northern Virginia this decade.
Changing demography in Northern Virginia 414,230 more people in the last decade 90% of that growth was from minorities and immigrants Over one-third of the growth came from the Latino population
Two Strategic Issues Confronting Northern Virginia: College Access for First Generation College-Goers, Immigrants & Minorities Developing a Tech-Savvy Front-Line Workforce
Regional STEM Pipeline Snapshot InterestReadinessAccessCompletion Workforce Elementary Schools High Schools NOVA GMU, Shenandoah, Marymount, GW Middle Schools 24
SySTEMic Solutions Industry Champion Business Stakeholders Business Organization School Systems Higher EdNon-Profits NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE E D U C A T I O N A L F O U N D A T I O N, I N C. 25
The STEM Pipeline in Operation Today Elementary Schools Explore Science! Robotics Camps Middle Schools Robotics & Engineering Camps Engineering Challenge High Schools Dual Enrollment Pathway to Baccalaureate Industry Field Trips Career Days Internships Jason Programs College CSIIP Internships Teachers in Industry GMU ASSIP Industry Certificates Pathway to Baccalaureate Robotics Club Stimulate Student Interest Enhance Student Readiness Create Equitable Access Support Student Completion Develop Workforce 26
Targeted Expansion 2012-2014: Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington School Cluster Focus Industry Champion 5-7 Business Stakeholders 27 $25-50K for 3 years; reach out to other businesses; active program engagement $15-25K for 3 years; active corporate & employee involvement Geographic approach to schools, leverage current programs, align with local businesses
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