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1 CC101: Who, What, Why, and How League for Innovation Workshop for Corporate Partners Philadelphia, PA March 4, 2012

2 CC101: Workshop goals and who we are GoalsGoals Overview and background on CC’sOverview and background on CC’s Dialogue on CC to establish meaningful partnershipsDialogue on CC to establish meaningful partnerships We are…We are… Naomi Story, Mesa CC, Faculty Director CTLNaomi Story, Mesa CC, Faculty Director CTL Expert PanelExpert Panel Kathi Hiyane-Brown, Whatcom CC, PresidentKathi Hiyane-Brown, Whatcom CC, President Virginia Gonzalez, Northampton CC, Professor, Counseling/PsychologyVirginia Gonzalez, Northampton CC, Professor, Counseling/Psychology

3 CC101: Workshop goals and who we are You are…You are… Your expectations for the workshop are…Your expectations for the workshop are…

4 CC101: History 1636 – Harvard v 1901 Joliet Junior College 1922 – AAJC definition of two-year college 1940’s G.I. Bill Truman’s H.E. Commission: 14 years of free education 1950’s Sputnik Brown v Topeka N.D.E. Act 1960’s Civil Rights Act Higher Education Act Vocation Education Act 500 new colleges, one a week League for Innovation founded 1970’s Reauthorization of H.E. Act AACJC ACCT 1980’s Building Communities Report AACC 1990’s Hope Scholarship W.I.A. A.T.E. Act Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of ’s Congressional Caucus for CC The Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2010

5 CC101: Recent events? White House Summit 2010 White House Summit 2010 Obama’s 2012 State of the Union Address Obama’s 2012 State of the Union Address What does history and recent events tell us about CC’s?What does history and recent events tell us about CC’s?

6 CC101: CC Profile Today

7 CC101: Demographics Today Total Students (Fall 2008) – 12.4 MIL Credit – 7.4 millionCredit – 7.4 million Average age – 28Average age – 28 Part-time – 60%Part-time – 60% Full-time – 40%Full-time – 40% First-Generation – 42%First-Generation – 42% Women – 58%Women – 58% Men – 42%Men – 42% Minorities – 45%Minorities – 45% Note: Increase between Fall 2008 – Fall 2010 – 15%

8 CC101: Philosophy Founding principles Needs of a democracyNeeds of a democracy Value of each individualValue of each individual Community-driven programs and servicesCommunity-driven programs and services Responsive to employer needsResponsive to employer needs Allows for second chancesAllows for second chances

9 CC101: Philosophy Basic Characteristics of Community College Open doorOpen door CommunityCommunity ComprehensiveComprehensive Economic DevelopmentEconomic Development Excellence and innovation in teaching and learningExcellence and innovation in teaching and learning Student services and developmentStudent services and development

10 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity What are the critical directions, agendas, and trends among community colleges today?What are the critical directions, agendas, and trends among community colleges today? Have they changed? If so, how and why?Have they changed? If so, how and why? NationallyNationally LocallyLocally

11 CC101: Reflection Activity Directions and agendas are corporate partners interested in fostering…Directions and agendas are corporate partners interested in fostering… Are there areas we should NOT partner? Why not?Are there areas we should NOT partner? Why not?

12 CC101: Financing Community Colleges Revenue sources Tuition and feesTuition and fees LocalLocal StateState FederalFederal OtherOther Note: 50 states = 50 different ways of $$ allocation

13 CC101: Budgets Basic budget expenditures InstructionInstruction Academic supportAcademic support Student servicesStudent services Institutional supportInstitutional support M&O, facilities, technologyM&O, facilities, technology Scholarships, public service, debt retirementScholarships, public service, debt retirement ContingencyContingency

14 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity Where are significant expenditures occurring?Where are significant expenditures occurring? What are good or reasonable partnerships or collaborations regarding resource sharing?What are good or reasonable partnerships or collaborations regarding resource sharing?

15 CC101: Reflection Activity Revenues and expenditures at your community college?Revenues and expenditures at your community college?

16 CC101: Organizational Structures Every system in every state has a different organizational structure GovernanceGovernance CEO, President, ChancellorCEO, President, Chancellor VP’s, CAO, CIO, CFO, ProvostVP’s, CAO, CIO, CFO, Provost Deans, Associate and Assistant DeansDeans, Associate and Assistant Deans Department Chairs, Managers, Cluster leadersDepartment Chairs, Managers, Cluster leaders FacultyFaculty Professional staffProfessional staff

17 CC101: Organizational Departments Academic Affairs, Instruction, LearningAcademic Affairs, Instruction, Learning Student Affairs, Student Development, Student ServicesStudent Affairs, Student Development, Student Services Administrative Services, Financial ServicesAdministrative Services, Financial Services Information Technologies, Academic TechnologyInformation Technologies, Academic Technology Others?Others?

18 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity Who is the most important for what?Who is the most important for what? Who are the most influential when?Who are the most influential when?

19 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity When is the right time?When is the right time? What are the best ways to maneuver through a community college organization? What are not?What are the best ways to maneuver through a community college organization? What are not?

20 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity What are the best means and ways to communicate?What are the best means and ways to communicate? What to say and what not to say?What to say and what not to say? How to say it? And, how not? How to say it? And, how not?

21 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity Things to avoidThings to avoid

22 CC101: Ask the Panel Activity Things to rememberThings to remember

23 CC101: What next? Making connections; networks, resourcesMaking connections; networks, resources Knowing and understanding the CC jargonKnowing and understanding the CC jargon

24 CC101: contacts Virginia GonzalezVirginia Gonzalez Kathi Hiyane-BrownKathi Hiyane-Brown Naomi StoryNaomi Story


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