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1 Welcome and Introductions

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3 State ODE/OBR Vision To assure that Sinclair Community College Tech Prep programs are a vital and effective component of the State’s integrated strategies to enhance students’ college and career readiness and postsecondary success. 1.increasing postsecondary persistence and completion, 2.lowering out-of-pocket higher education costs for students, 3.diversifying the college-going population, and 4.developing more career focus.

4 Career Development “Students who clarify their personal career goals in high school are likely to complete a college education by their mid-20s; youth with indecision were less successful in education and career establishment and satisfaction.” Source: Weathering the Great Recession: Psychological and Behavioral Trajectories in the Transition from School to Work, prepared for the American Psychological Association (APA) by faculty from Purdue and Pennsylvania State universities and the University of Minnesota

5 Objective By 2015, increase MVTPC annual student participants to 10,000 students. This 1,500 student increase should lead to the capture of 25,000 college credits each year, thereby lowering out-of-pocket higher education costs for MVTPC students by Therefore, by 2017, 2,500 MVTPC students would transition annually from secondary to postsecondary education at Sinclair. The accessibility and sustainability of these students leads to community alignment for career and workforce development for our stakeholders.

6 Our mission? To work with you and area high schools to support high schools students to complete their T-P pathway, earn college credits and become “college ready.”

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8 Scholarship Qualifications 1.Earn a GPA of Complete the high school Tech Prep program and continue the same or related Tech Prep program at Sinclair. 3.Complete the FAFSA. 4.Be enrolled a minimum of 12 credit hours for $750 per semester award amount (students may enroll 9-11 hours and received adjusted amount of scholarship $). 5.Maintain academic standing. 6.Expanded opportunities.

9 Scholarship Letter

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11 Launching the New Tech Prep Website.

12 Calendar – Work in Progress Review Agenda Tech Prep Showcase on March 26?

13 Alternative Qualifiers Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium Proposal to Assist Execution of Accelerating Students through the Pathway

14 The minimum college level scores that must be met for the corresponding coursework are as follows: Math: ≥ 520 MAT 1470 Math: ≥ 620 MAT 1570 English: ≥ 430 ENG 1101 Reading: ≥ 450 No Reading Course Required COMPASS Algebra: ≥ 52 MAT 1470 Sinclair Community College will now accept SAT scores and COMPASS math scores

15 Sinclair outreach efforts to students and parents ANGEL Shell Proficiency Testing

16 Program to Course

17 Credit Update #Proficiency Credit is an assessment process where a student earns letter grades typically through a test or series of tests #Portfolio Credit is awarded in select programs based upon submitted evidence of completion/competence. Typically, letter grades are awarded. #Certificate Credit is Awarded by State or National Accreditation; Project Lead the Way (PLTW) #Articulated Credit is captured on the senior transmittal forms where students earn a Y grade based upon the classroom teacher’s assessment of progress Angel Shell Tests online Sinclair instructors (no# sign) Sinclair Adjunct professors teach 100% of the content at the HS or Career Center. (no # sign)

18 CTAG College credit earned in high school and TRANSFERABLE to all state schools in Ohio All high schools and colleges are required to participate

19 LPS CTAG credits Course CTAG Number Sinclair Equivalent Volunteer Firefighter CTFF001 FST1100 Firefighter 1 CTFFI002 FST 1102 Firefighter 2 CTFFII003 FST FST 1103 Fire Safety Inspector CTFINSP001 FST 1103 First Responder CTFR001 EMS 1100 – 2 credits EMT – Basic CTEMTB002 EMS 1150 – 5 credits EMT – Intermediate CTEMTB002 EMS 1155– 2 credits

20 Education CTAGs CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Intro to Education CTED semesterEDU 1100

21 Automotive CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Brakes CTAUT001 (2 semester)AUT 1165 Electrical CTAUT002 (2 semester)AUT 1114 Engine CTAUT003 (2 semester) Suspension/ Steering CTAUT004 (2 semester) AUT Hour Safety CTS001 (1 semester)

22 Culinary and Food Service Mgmt. CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Sanitation and Safety CTCF001 1 semesterHMT 1107 Intro to Hospitality and Tourism CTCF002 2 semester HMT 1105 Food Production Lab CTCF003 2 semesterHMT 1101 Cooperative Work Experience CTCF004 1 semesterHMT 2292

23 Engineering CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent DC Circuits CTEET semester EET 1150 Digital Electronics CTEET002 4 semesterEET 1131 Manufacturing Processes CTMET004 3 semesterOPT 2205 CADD CTEMT005 3 semesterMET 1371

24 Health Science CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Basic Administrative Functions CTMAT004 (1 Semester)MAS 1110 Bookkeeping Functions CTMAT005 (2 Semester)MAS 2210 Process Insurance Claims CTMAT006 (3 Semester)MAS 2210 Fundamental Procedures CTMAT008 (3 Semester)MAS 1102, 1103 Specimen Collection CTMAT009 (2 Semester)MAS 2201 Diagnostic Testing CTMAT010 (2 Semester)MAS 1102, 1103 Patient Care CTMAT011 (5 Semester)MAS 1102, 1103

25 Construction CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Intro to Alternative & Renewable Energy CTAE001 (3 SEMESTER)EGV 1101 Solar Photovoltaic CTSP001 (3 SEMESTER)EGV 2101

26 Information Technology CourseCTAG NumberSinclair Equivalent Network +CTIT002 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1130 A+ EssentialsCTIT003 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1714 A+ TechnicianCTIT004 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 2717 Intro to Desktop Operating SystemCTIT005 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1107 Intro to User SupportCTIT006 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 2711 Cisco /CCNA Exploration ICTIT007 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1141 Cisco /CCNA Exploration IICTIT008 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 2416 Cisco /CCNA Exploration IIICTIT009 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 2421 Cisco /CCNA Exploration IVCTIT0010 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 2426 Windows Operating SystemCTIT0011 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1130 Microsoft.NET FrameworkCTIT0012 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1130 Managing and Maintaining WindowsCTIT0013 (3 SEMESTER)CIS 1130

27 Schools Currently Approved for LPS School Course Course Name Butler Tech EMT Basic EMS 1150 – 5 credits Warren County EMT Basic EMS 1150 – 5 credits Butler Tech Firefighter 1 FST 1102 – 6 credits Warren County Firefighter 1 FST 1102 – 6 credits Warren County Firefighter 2 - Transition FST 1103 – 5 credits

28 Schools Currently Approved in Education SchoolCourse Number and Name COLERAIN HIGH CTED001 - Introduction to Education FAIRFIELD HIGH Same as above LAKOTA EAST HIGH Same as above GREENE COUNTY CAREER CENTER VO Same as above HAMILTON HIGH Same as above MIAMI VALLEY CAREER TECH JVSD Same as above SPRINGFIELD-CLARK COUNTY VOC Same as above UPPER VALLEY VOC Same as above WARREN COUNTY JVSD Same as above

29 Schools Currently Approved in Automotive SchoolCourse Number and Name D RUSSEL LEE CAREER TECHNOLOGY CTAUT001 – Brakes, CTAUT002 - Electrical/Electronic Systems; CTAUT004 – Suspension and Steering GREENE COUNTY CAREER TECH CENTER Same as Above GREENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Same as Above HAMILTON HSSame as Above FAIRMONT HSSame as Above MIAMI VALLEY CTCSame as Above SPRINGFIELD-CLARK CAREER CENTER Same as Above UPPER VALLEYSame as Above WARREN COUNTYSame as Above

30 Schools Currently Approved in Culinary SchoolCourse Number and Name D Russell Lee Career Technology CTCF001 - Sanitation and Safety; CTCF002 – Introduction to Hospitality and Tourism; CTCF003 – Food Production Laboratory; CTCF004 – Cooperative Work Experience Centerville High SchoolSame as DR Lee John PattersonSame as DR Lee Greene County CTCSame as DR Lee Miami Valley CTCCTCF001 - Sanitation and Safety; Springfield – Clark CTCSame as DR Lee Upper Valley CTCCTCF001 - Sanitation and Safety; Warren County CCSame as DR Lee

31 Courses Currently Approved in Engineering Schools Course Number and Name CENTERVILLE HIGH CTMET005 - Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) GREENVILLE HIGH CTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design HAMILTON HIGH CTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design; CTEET001 - DC Circuits KETTERING CITY SD CTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design MIAMI VALLEY CAREER TECH JVSD CTMET005 - Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) SPRINGFIELD-CLARK COUNTY VOC CTMET005 - Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) UPPER VALLEY JVSD CTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design; CTEET001 - DC Circuits; CTEET002 – Digital Electronics

32 SchoolsCourse Number and Name COLERAIN HIGH CTEET001 - DC Circuits; CTMET004 – Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design D RUSSEL LEE CAREER TECHNOLOGYCTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes ROSS HIGH CTMET004 - Manufacturing Processes; CTMET 005 – Computer Aided Drafting and Design Courses Currently Approved in Engineering

33 Schools Currently Approved in Health Science SchoolsCourse Number and Name Springfield - ClarkCTMAT004 - Prfrm Bsc Admin Med Asst Function; CTMAT Perform Bookkeeping Functions; CTMAT006 - Process Insurance Claims; CTMAT008 - Fundamental Procedures; CTMAT009 - Specimen Collection; CTMAT010 - Diagnostic Testing; CTMAT011 - Patient Care

34 Schools Currently Approved in IT SchoolsCourse Number and Name ROSS HIGH CTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT005 - Intro to Desktop OS; CTIT006 - Intro to User Support; CTIT011 - MS Windows Desktop OS D RUSSEL LEE CAREER TECHNOLOGY CTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT005 - Intro to Desktop OS; CTIT006 - Intro to User Support; CTIT011 - MS Windows Desktop OS; CTIT013 - MS Windows Server 2003 Environment Centerville HSCTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; Greenville HSCTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT007 - Cisco Exploration I; CTIT008 - Cisco Exploration II; CTIT009 - Cisco Exploration III; CTIT010 - Cisco Exploration IV

35 Schools Currently Approved in IT SchoolsCourse Number and Name Hamilton HSCTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT005 - Intro to Desktop OS; CTIT006 - Intro to User Support Miami Valley CTCCTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT005 - Intro to Desktop OS; CTIT006 - Intro to User Support; CTIT007 - Cisco Exploration I; CTIT008 - Cisco Exploration II; CTIT009 - Cisco Exploration III; CTIT010 - Cisco Exploration IV Springfield – Clark CTCCTIT002 - Networking/CompTIA Network +; CTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials; CTIT004 - CompTIA A+ IT Technician; CTIT007 - Cisco Exploration I; CTIT008 - Cisco Exploration II Upper Valley CTCCTIT003 - CompTIA A+ Essentials

36 Fall Orientations

37 Career Coach

38 Update on Transfer University Parallel The Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) is a OTM courses are guaranteed to transfer –Transfers as a Set of common skills in English Composition/Oral Communication –Mathematics, Statistics & Logic –Natural & Physical Sciences –Social & Behavioral Sciences –Arts and Humanities –Best to complete as a set

39 TAG Transfer Assurance Guidelines (TAGS) –Comprised of Transfer Module courses and additional courses required for an academic major. –Developed by faculty teams in in the arts, humanities, business, communication, education, health, mathematics, science, engineering, engineering technologies, and the social sciences have been developed by faculty teams. –Advisors at the institution to which a student wishes to transfer should also be consulted during the transfer process. –Students may elect to complete the full TAG or any subset of courses from the TAG. Because of specific major requirements, early identification of a student's intended major is encouraged.


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