Presentation on theme: "CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE $50M CTE Enhancement Fund Preview of What’s Coming & Listening Session Slides as of 8/5/14 California."— Presentation transcript:
CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES CHANCELLOR’S OFFICE $50M CTE Enhancement Fund Preview of What’s Coming & Listening Session Slides as of 8/5/14 California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.3 Million Students
INTENT To create greater incentive for California Community Colleges to develop, enhance, retool, and expand quality career technical education offerings that build upon existing community college regional capacity to respond to regional labor market needs.
One Time Funds Not to be used for operational expenses such as instruction.
Funds may be used for Equipment curriculum development professional development Other related costs necessary to develop, enhance, retool, and expand quality career technical education offerings.
CRITERIA For CTE Programs developed with industry input, matched* by industry resources, and adopted by faculty upon certification** by the regional consortia. * Evidence of industry engagement and support will be required, but no fixed amount of match has been set. ** RC certify that programs meet the following criteria (A) Be for occupations and sectors that are demonstrated to be in demand in the regional labor market. (B) Be for occupations for which regional production of employees is insufficient to meet labor market demand. (C) Demonstrate regional alignment of program and curricula Demand Supply
Priority given to Programs that meet all the criteria and meet at least one of the following (A) Are in priority sectors identified by the region. (B) Are in emerging sectors identified by the region (C) Are articulated with K-12 or four year institutions.
Priority/Emergent Sectors The Bay Region Consortium (BACCC) has identified all ten CCCCOEWD sectors as either priority or emerging. Advanced Manufacturing Advanced Transportation & Renewables Ag, Water, Env Technologies Energy Efficiency & Utilities Health Life Science/Biotech Info Comm Tech Digital Media Trade, Export, Logistics Small Business Tourism, Retail, Hospitality
Allocation of funds 60% made available as college “local shares” Calculated on formula Uses must conform to criteria of budget language Distributed directly to colleges via apportionment process 40% made available to multi-college proposals multi-college applications within regions multi-college applications that cross regions If over-subscribed, will be ranked against criteria or made competitive Sub-granted to colleges by Regional Consortia Fiscal Agent
How much are we talking about? 60% allocation portion to Bay region = $ 6,789,991 28 colleges Minimum is $242,500 Based on formula, so more likely $300,000 to $350,000 40% proposal portion to Bay region = $ 4,311,105 Competitively awarded based on numerous factors
Timeline for 60% allocation share Late Sept College-level allocations announced Webinars repeated Early Oct Online Pre-Application for 60% share Mid-Oct Colleges declare preliminary intentions for program areas, kinds of investments in online pre-app Late Oct - Nov Intentions submitted via pre-app shared publicly Critical conversations facilitated by RCs, DSNs, SNs, and self-organized Begin Dec Full application due, Reviewed by Regional Consortia for conformance with labor market criteria Jan 2015 Applications approved Feb 2015 68% of funds to colleges through P1 apportionment Mar 2016 All funds must be fully spent
Timeline for 40% proposal share Early 2015 proposals submitted Funding decisions announced shortly thereafter Mar 2016 all funds must be fully spent