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2 Primary Question: Could the Foundation’s services support realizing the vision of the Community College HVAC Collaborative?


4 Foundation Involvement in Energy: Fusion and DEEP Facilities Management for Community Colleges: FUSION Manage $3.34 Billion in State funding since 2002 (Prop 47, 55, & 1D) Building condition assessment/data management 75 million sq. ft. Four primary modules; Assessment, Space Inventory, Planning & Project. Facilitating Internships: SCE’s DEEP Program and PG&E DEEP: Developing Energy Efficiency Professionals Emphasizes cross-curricular collaboration and service learning opportunities. PG&E High School Summer Internship Program

5 Linked Learning and Work-based Learning


7 Four Components of Linked Learning Rigorous Academics Career-Based Learning Work-Based Learning Support Services

8 Career AwarenessCareer ExplorationCareer PreparationCareer Training Work-Based Learning Continuum

9 How Does LaunchPath Work?

10 Save timeReduce risk Access talent Simplify partnerships

11 LaunchPath Users and System Functions LaunchPath has three key participants (users): 1.Employers 2.Students 3.Schools and Colleges LaunchPath has two key system functions: 1.Regional resource alignment and data aggregation 2.Employer engagement supports

12 Matching Platform Internship Placement Course of study + Availability + Location + Prior work experience Skills needed + Academic standing + Transportation requirements + Program preference == Student Profile Employer Posting Learning objectives+ Learning opportunities +

13 Employer Support

14 Toolkit The toolkit is a resource to help employers design the best internship experience for their organization. Before the Internship: Secure institutional support for work-based learning Design quality internship experiences Address legal concerns During the Internship: Manage interns After the Internship: Assess impact and improvements

15 Toolkit

16 Back-Office Support: History and Services Ongoing program for more than a decade providing over 3500 students with work-based learning opportunities Recruitment solution for employers removing the risk and liability of hiring paid student employees – Compliance with New Employment Laws (Wage and Hour, ACA, Sick Leave Policy) – Workers Compensation Foundation handles all Human Resources components – Recruitment & Talent Acquisition – Hiring/Onboarding Support – Payroll Processing – Human Resources Support

17 Back-Office Support: Expansion Types of programs Short-Term Cohort Model (less than 3 months) Long-Term Model (more than 3 months) State Agency Rotation program (in prototyping process) Expansion: Geographical: PG&E, OES, Pepsi Ages: High School students added

18 System Functions

19 Digital Skill Badging Digital badges identify and acknowledge specific competencies and accomplishments LaunchPath allows students, employers, and schools to earn and award digital badges

20 Badging Backpack

21 Data Aggregation; Badging

22 LaunchBoard Momentum Point Gathering MP 4: Completed one course in HS within a CTE pathway MP 5: Completed two or more courses in HS within a CTE pathway MP13: During HS, participated in an internship, work-based learning, mentoring, or job shadowing program in a CTE pathway MP19: Completed a work readiness soft skills training program MP 27: Participated in a college internship or workplace learning program within a CTE pathway It could help with: MP 28: Attained a job placement in the same or similar field of study as CTE pathway

23 Resource Alignment Number of Internships Completed Internship Goal Progress ICT556092% Health15734945% Hospitality376359%

24 Potential Dashboards: Skills Student Reported Employer Demanded Employer Reported ICTDesignCodeDesign HealthClient Care Bedside Manner HospitalityAccounting Customer Service Business Development

25 Employer

26 Employers have three primary capabilities: Share who they are: Profile Recruit qualified interns: Postings Evaluate performance: Intern Assessment

27 Postings List

28 Intern Assessment

29 Student

30 Students have three primary capabilities: Share who they are: Profile and Match Apply to internships: Application Review experience: Internship Evaluation

31 Profile

32 Communication with Employer

33 Application

34 Schools and Colleges

35 Schools and colleges have three primary capabilities: Identify participating students: Student Upload Monitor student activity: Student Monitoring Utilize assessment findings: Performance Review

36 Student Upload

37 Student Activity Monitoring

38 Student Performance Review

39 LaunchPath Pilot – Capitol Region and Beyond

40 Capitol Region Partners K-12 Districts Sac City USD Elk Grove USD Folsom Cordova USD El Dorado Union HSD Sacramento CO Ed Placer CO Ed Community Colleges Los Rios CCD Yuba CCD Sierra College Feather River College 39 Employers

41 What’s Next? Playbook: Regionalization Data Collaboration: NAF, LaunchBoard, IEBC Communications Packaging Build Out Other Functions: Work-based Learning Continuum Expansion to additional regions Southern California, Bay Area, Central Valley

42 Work-Based Learning in Pathways

43 Supporting Work-Based Learning Pathways Background H.S. physics, chemistry and biology teacher Small school founder and principal Scaling is critical and complex Currently programmatic —> platform support Capitol Region Numbers K-12 needs CC partners (and the other way around)

44 Supporting Work-Based Learning Pathways SB1070 funding Supporting Linked Learning from HS to CC with AB790 Districts 3 Primary Areas Establishing baseline understanding of current state of wbl within pathways Supporting Practitioners Articulating future state and providing resources

45 Supporting Work-Based Learning Pathways 3 Primary Areas: Establishing baseline understanding of current state Supporting Practitioners: Collective Impact strategies Articulating future state and providing resources

46 Funding Opportunties

47 2 upcoming funding opportunities Regional CTE Enhancement Funding Match: For LaunchPath, Internship support, Business Outreach Linked Learning Mini-grants Supporting “work-based learning” infrastructure developing and strengthening connections between linked learning high schools and your college: early 2015!

48 33 Are we adequately preparing young people for the world of work? 1 96 % of Business Leaders Why? 1 From Gallup, Inc, 2014. % of Academic Officers

49 Tell us

50 Thank you! Tim Aldinger, aka Tom Aldridge 916.491.4499 Beth Kay, aka Betty McCringleberry 916.730.8017 Lynnette Falls, aka Linda Fallon 916.761.6842

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