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Career & Technical Education Funding Opportunities Career & Technical Education Funding Opportunities A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES DAY PRESENTATION - SPRING 2015 PRESENTERS: JERRY MILLER, EVE NIGHSWONGER AND OSCAR GUAJARDO OR ?
The CTE Funding Pie is out of the oven... For the first time in many years, Career and Technical Education (CTE) has obtained funding sources through three different grants to the tune of over $2M! Now's the time to get involved and participate in funding opportunities....come get a slice!
CTE at a Glance 25,804 students enrolled at SRJC* 18,774 students enrolled in a CTE course (73%)* SRJC offers 137 certificates and 63 related AA/AS degrees** 1971 degrees and 3060 certificates awarded (2012/13)*** *A&R Enrollment Report at census **CTE office records ***SRJC Fact book
CTE Grant Funding 2014/15 SRJC received 3 major grants to fund programs/operations: 1.Perkins Funding 1.Perkins Funding (CTEA) Federally funded through the Chancellor’s Office 1.Career Pathways Trust 1.Career Pathways Trust (NCCPA) CA Dept. of Ed. in partnership with Sonoma County Office of Education 1.CTE Enhancement State Funded through the Chancellor’s Office
$585,641 for SRJC’s 2014/15 academic year Funds based on certain parameters of reported CTE students enrolled. We funded: 12 CTE Program Projects 20 Faculty Development Projects Marketing + Outreach Economic Development and Training ProjectLEARN Online CTE Course Development CTEA Funding
Program Videos, Web pages + Outreach Equipment, Projects + Training Increase Student Success + Completion NEED: Curriculum updates + SAM codes NEED: Better Response to Student Surveys CTEA Funding
Career Pathways Trust (NCCPA) Funding $15M CDE Grant (five year grant with three years of funding ) 6 COE’s (Sonoma, Mendocino, Napa, Lake Marin & Solano) 5 Community Colleges & WIB’s 14 So. Co. High Schools 165 Employers representing 8 Industry Sectors Developing clear CTE pathways between HS and CC’s
Career Pathways Trust (NCCPA) Funding SRJC will receive $1,040,757 over 3 years ($346,919 per yr.) Nine CTE pathways have been identified in this grant: Agriculture Business and Mechanics Health Occupations Business Management, Finance & Entrepreneurship Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation Manufacturing ICT/Digital Media Engineering Design & Green Tech Public Service/Safety Geospatial Technologies
Building & Strengthening CTE Partnerships with HS CC Faculty-HS Faculty Engagement Align Curricula + Build Pipelines to our Programs Develop Credit By Exam Provide Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Opportunities Expand Outreach: e.g., Careers in Industrial Tech Career Pathways Trust (NCCPA) Funding
$50M 1-TIME CTE funding from the State… $11.3 M to 28 Bay Area Community Colleges 60% ($6.4M) to individual colleges* 40% ($4.3M) for regional projects *SRJC received $405,337 (2 nd largest in the Bay Area) CTE Enhancement Funding
INTENT OF FUNDING: …to develop, enhance, retool and expand quality CTE offerings that build upon the College’s capacity to respond to labor market needs…. CTE Enhancement Funding
ALLOWABLE USES: Equipment Curriculum Development Professional Development Other related costs necessary to develop, enhance, retool, and expand quality CTE offerings. CTE Enhancement Funding
We submitted applications in 7 industry sectors Applications included 18 different CTE programs Plant Science, Sus. Ag., Wine Studies, HR, Tax Prep, Entrepreneurship, Retail, Hospitality, Fire Academy, Rad. Tech., Machine, Auto, Diesel, Welding, Solar PV, Electro-Mechanical, Digital Media, Computer Networking CTE Enhancement Funding – 40%
We will “partner” with other Bay Area Colleges to apply for the $4.3M Regional Grants Portion Food and Beverage (NVC and COM) Digital Arts? Hospitality? Auto? Manufacturing?
Additional CTE Funding NSF Grant “Pathways to Sustainable Agriculture” $150,000 (spread over the next 2 years) CCIP Grant for International Students to gain a CTE certificate in 1 year (Business, Automotive Technology, Child Development and Agriculture programs) $350,000
What’s the Bottom Line? CTEA (2014/15)$585,541 NCCPA (2014/15) $346,919 CTE Enhancement (2014/15) $405,337 NSF SusAg (2014/15) $ 75,000 CCIP (2014/15) $350,000 Total$1,762,797 $2,456,710 $2,456,710 over next 3 years!
The CTE Funding Pie is out of the oven... come get YOUR slice! Let’s work together for better programs! As good as we think we are, we can be better… Change happens when we decide we want to change… Now there is money…now you have support…now you have a voice…and now there is leadership! No excuses! Nothing changes … if nothing changes!
What Employers Want: 2014 Workforce Development Survey This survey was designed to provide local education + training organizations with a comprehensive assessment of employer needs.
Work Experience: Learn. Earn. Achieve 21 st Century Skills (“Soft Skills”) Best practice: connects classroom learning + supports transition to careers Work Experience: WRKEX 97 (general) + WEOC 99 (occupational) + WEOC 99i (internship) Credit for hours worked: 75 = 1.0 unit + may repeat + earn up to 16.0 units + CSU transfer Work Experience Adjunct Pool: Apply Now! Instructor meets twice with student/supervisor at work site 4 learning objectives + 4 hours activities + 3 page paper $8 handbook Add as certificate elective = win-win for students & employers
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