Presentation on theme: "Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops Sharing and Collaborating to Sustain Feb. 25, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops Sharing and Collaborating to Sustain Feb. 25, 2013
About the University System of Ohio Long history of work-integrated learning practices in Ohio – over 100 years! Connect learners across the state to institutions of higher education, to degrees, to businesses, and to careers Opportunity to share knowledge with students, businesses and with each other
Experiential Learning Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops Vision: To develop sustainable work-integrated learning programs throughout postsecondary education that strengthen the relevance of education and training in Ohio.
Experiential Learning Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops – Agreement Scope of Work – Original Proposal plus final abstract, budget narrative, budget, employer list, and program snapshot Period of Performance – Jan. 1 – 12/31/13. To encompass work during Spring, Summer and Autumn Semesters. There is no deadline of June 30, 2013 for expending funds! Site visits will be scheduled
Experiential Learning Reports are due from Awardees during the program: –March, 2013 (Interim Spring Semester Report) – format and deadline TBD –May 15, 2013 (Spring Semester Report) –October 15, 2013 (Summer Term Report) –Feb. 15, 2014 (Autumn Semester Report) Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops – Metrics & Fiscal Reporting
Experiential Learning See Attachments IV and V of Agreement. Use on line web form for metrics: https://www.ohiohighered.org/node/2147 Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops – Metrics & Fiscal Reporting
Experiential Learning Attachments IV & V of Agreement. Fiscal Form is not on-line but can be downloaded from web site and ed. https://www.ohiohighered.org/node/2147 Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops – Metrics & Fiscal Reporting
Facilitated Discussion - Where are we going? –What do you need to ensure your program success? What role can the state play in this? –How best we can learn, share expertise, and collaborate between and among co-op and internship programs? –What aspects of the work-integrated learning programs need to be addressed to ensure quality for students? For employers? For educators? For the state? –What is needed to build long-term sustainability beyond the life of the grant? –Thinking about the questions and discussions, how might the initiatives be carried out in the next 6-12 months? –How might they be undertaken in 2014 and beyond?