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Lisa Katz, Workforce Intelligence Network Sarah Sebaly, Workforce Intelligence Network Scott Palmer, Macomb Intermediate School District MI Bright Future Filling Michigan's Talent Pipeline through Education and Industry Collaboration
The Economic Landscape Talent demand, movement, and future trends Lisa Katz, Executive Director Workforce Intelligence Network Ofc: (313) 744-2946 Email: Lisa.email@example.com
WIN 9 Counties SE MI Job Demand 92,000 online postings in Q4 2014 Graphs shows top postings by occupation
Metro Detroit (100 largest metros) 44.2% of all SE MI job ads require STEM skills (14 th nationwide) 36.4% require a BA (11 th nationwide) 7.7% of postings require STEM and less than a BA (88 th nationwide) 47.0 days is average ad duration (5 th nationwide) STEM employers wait almost 50 days to fill openings
Challenges on the horizon? In the United States, every day there are 10,000 new baby boomers who reach retirement age….
Challenges on the horizon? This will be the case every day for the next 16 years...
Nearly a THIRD of occupations in Michigan find 50% or more of their employees between the ages of 45 and 64… Why is this a problem?
Current State of Affairs: High Demand Occupations Top GDP Contributor 180,100 advanced manufacturing workers employed in the region in 2013 11,220 new job postings in 2014 42.5% of advanced manufacturing workers are aged 45- 64 19.6% of all workers are 55 or older Top GDP Contributor 180,100 advanced manufacturing workers employed in the region in 2013 11,220 new job postings in 2014 42.5% of advanced manufacturing workers are aged 45- 64 19.6% of all workers are 55 or older Fastest Growing Employment Sector 71,961 Information Technology jobs in 2013 Approximately 13,037 new IT postings in 2014 The metro Detroit area grew by 15% from 2010 in technology industry jobs–faster than any other region in the nation Fastest Growing Employment Sector 71,961 Information Technology jobs in 2013 Approximately 13,037 new IT postings in 2014 The metro Detroit area grew by 15% from 2010 in technology industry jobs–faster than any other region in the nation Health Care Advanced Manufacturing Information Technology Largest Employment Sector Accounted for 244,603 of the region’s jobs in 2013 12,835 new health care job postings in 2014 Over 40% of health workers are aged 45-64 Largest Employment Sector Accounted for 244,603 of the region’s jobs in 2013 12,835 new health care job postings in 2014 Over 40% of health workers are aged 45-64
Career Development Must be an integral component of secondary education NOT an annual event Positively impacts: Retention Achievement Transition Life Success
Not LeBron James? Potential future sports stars are discovered young Most others: educational maze
It takes a whole community approach… ccSpringboard = Foundational career exploration and planning tool used in schools, libraries, workforce centers ccInspire = Integrates seamlessly with Springboard to enable connections between employers, students, educators and parents Other tools available for course selecting, college applications, experiential learning and career exploration for elementary students Solutions
ccSpringboard in MI Licensed in over 800 Middle and High Schools (about 66%) in Michigan Long relationships Strong usage Why not pursue a STATEWIDE LICENSE?
Harvard University Graduate School of Education “To meet our goals, we need to create a system of career-focused pathways that spans the last years of high school and at least one year of post-secondary education or training and leads to an industry-recognized credential.” Pathways to Prosperity
Harvard University Graduate School of Education “Students should have plentiful opportunities to participate in work- linked learning – ranging from job shadowing to internships – in secondary school.” Pathways to Prosperity
A VIABLE SOLUTION Career Cruising Inspire MI Bright Future
The goal of ccInspire is to bring career decision makers and local employers together to help individuals achieve their career goals and address the workforce development needs of our communities. Goal of ccInspire
Making Connections is Hard Community Mentors Cost / Effort Safety Scalability Localization Infrastructure and Processes Awareness Students and Adult Career Planners Employers
How ccInspire Helps Students and Adult Career Planners Employers Community Mentors Integrated Employer Profiles Targeted Messaging Highly Visible Local Content Tracking and Reporting Career Coach Mentors Work-Based Learning Work-Flow
ccInspire Features Connecting Education and Industry Employer profiles Career Coaches Work-based learning experiences Messaging tools Local event listings/articles
Why ccInspire Inform students, parents and educators about current and future local workforce and employer needs Level the playing field by offering all students the opportunity to connect with local employers Match students to real-world experiences that improve career readiness Increase company visibility and reach to students and job seekers exploring and planning their careers Scale existing programs to reach more students through work-based learning activities, career events and e-mentoring Develop skilled talent pipeline from local human resources
National: 7500+ Chapters Rockford,IL Delaware Proven Platform Across the Country
MI Bright Future 2014-15 Community Advisory Council –W.I.N. is the connector –K-12 education, community colleges, workforce and economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, other non- profit education and talent development agencies –Grant and foundation support in the future (hopefully) Employer, Education, and Implementation committees Early Adopters –Livingston, Oakland, and St. Clair Counties –Ramping up—Macomb County –Strong interest in City of Detroit, Genesee, Monroe, Shiawasee, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties
MI Bright Future in Macomb County 21 individual school districts –Urban, suburban, and rural –Approximately 120,000 students K-12 –Challenges for single, countywide implementation –No CTE millage Early College of Macomb(ECM) –600 students in grades 11-13 –Represent all 21 districts –Placement personnel in place for ECM internships –Over 400 corporate partners Macomb Community College –Provides instruction for ECM students part to full time –Strong apprenticeship program with numerous business partners
Work-based Learning Job Shadow-Grade 11 Internship-Grade 12 & 13 Design and Development Academy
Demonstration of ccInspire and Continued Dialogue