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1 Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) The Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc. Academy of Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering
2 AgendaSTEM CareersWhat are they?Advanced Manufacturing and STEMChallenges & OpportunitiesThe JJVCI Academy of Advanced Manufacturing & EngineeringWhat is it?How does it work?Benefits & ExpectationsHow do I get involved?Q&A
4 STEM CareersDo you like to solve interesting and challenging problems?Do you like to be creative and work with others?Do you like to work on projects that make a difference?Do you want to earn a good salary and enjoy job flexibility?Do you want to help others and change the world?
12 The JJVCI Academy of Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering
13 A New Type of Dual Enrollment Partnership Focuses on a direct-to-career pathwayAnswers the State legislature’s requirement for a Career-based Early College experienceIntegrates, from the start, a strong relationship with an industry partnerIncludes one-on-one mentoring and paid internships
14 What’s in it for me?A collaborative effort between Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Inc. (JJVCI), Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) and Florida State College of Jacksonville (FSCJ)Students will have the opportunity to earn, in addition to their high school diploma, an Associates of Science degree in Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering from FSCJ (at no cost to the students!).
15 Structure of the Program 9th and 10th grades — combination of high school and initial college courses on the high school campus with embedded mentoring and extracurricular experiencesSummer internships between 10th and 11th grade and 11th and 12th grade11th and 12th grade — full-time enrollment on the FSCJ Downtown Campus
16 High School (HS) Course Progression 9th Grade10th GradeSummer11th Grade12th GradeFinal OutcomeHigh School CoursesDream It, Do It: Paid Internships On-Site at VistakonCollege Campus Early College Dual Enrollment CoursesHigh School Standard DiplomaHS Campus Early College Dual Enrollment CoursesAssociates of Science DegreeVistakon Mentoring ProgramPriority Interview Status Full-Time Employment at Vistakon as a Manufacturing Operator or TechnicianHigh School (HS) Course ProgressionFSCJ Early College Course ProgressionVistakon Programs & InternshipsPre-RequisitesAlgebra 1SLS Strategies for Success in College, Career, & Life^English 1 HonorsWorld Language 1 & 2*^The Vistakon's Mentoring Program is based on the concept of mentoring young people in areas for which Vistakon would consider the individuals for future employment. Students are given access to research, development, manufacturing, etc. Vistakon employees will advise, preferably on a one-to-one basis, those individuals for a minimum of one school year.English 2 HonorsMAC College Algebra*^Geometry HonorsENC English Composition 1*^ (Semester 1)Algebra 2 HonorsINP Human Relations in Business & Industry^ (Semester 2)Biology 1 HonorsWorld History HonorsENC Writing About Non-Fiction*^HOPEENG Introduction to Film*Chemistry 1 HonorsBCN OSHA SafetyU.S. History HonorsEET Survey of ElectronicsU.S. Government / Economics HonorsETS Introduction to Manufacturing ProcessesAP Environmental ScienceETS Motors & ControlsETS Basics of InstrumentationSummer InternshipsETS Robotics - Mechanics & ControlsAs a paid High School Intern, the prospective candidate will have the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the world of Advanced Manufacturing by being exposed to the processes and procedures within a world class production environment. The intern will be assigned to various positions within the Manufacturing, Quality, and Environmental, Health, and Safety organizations. An intern should expect to own the following roles and responsibilities: Contribute individually and/or as a team member to support the designated functional area, work toward goals and objectives assigned by functional manager, or analyze business processes for reengineering/improvement opportunities. Adheres to Environmental Health and Safety policy and procedures.ETD Engineering DrawingETI Introduction to Lean ManufacturingCGS Computer Aided Drafting & DesigningETS Introduction to Programmable Logic ControllersPMT 1103 Introduction to WeldingETS Hydraulics & PneumaticsETM Mechanical Devices & SystemsETS #### - Capstone (course under development)ETS Internship* Course also meets a High School graduation requirement ^ Course will be taken on the High School campus
17 Benefits Rigorous college-level coursework Cohort scheduling Experiences outside classroomAccess to resources at the CollegeDedicated School CounselorDedicated College CoordinatorDedicated TeachersOn-Site Mentoring with VistakonPaid internships with hands-on experience
18 Costs to Families FREE, FREE, FREE Textbooks Transportation Students will pick up textbooks at the college bookstore at no charge during junior and senior year.TransportationProvided for juniors and seniors to attend college classes at FSCJ.
19 Early College Program in Engineering Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Continuation to Grade 10 and beyond3.0 GPA (unweighted)Completion of SLS 1103College Ready Test ScoresPERT, SAT, or ACT by May 1st of grade 10Initial Eligibility2.5 GPA (unweighted)FCAT Reading – Level 3FCAT Math – Level 3FCAT Writing – Level 3Successfully completed Algebra 1
20 Expectations from DCPS/FSCJ All students are expected to work hard to attain and maintain required GPA and test scores and participate in necessary remediation.All students are expected to exhibit mature behavior at the high school, field experiences, and while attending the college campus.All students are expected to demonstrate the highest level of academic honesty.All students are expected to learn and keep up-to-date with the requirements for a high school diploma and applicable college degree.All students and their parents will sign a contract which outlines expectations and responsibilities.All students are expected to ask for help when needed.
21 Final Outcomes Opportunity to earn: HS Diploma concurrently with:Industry CertificationsAssociate of Science Degree which can articulate into a Bachelor degree programPriority Interview Status for Full-Time EmploymentOpportunity to be part of the STEM Community
23 Resources FSCJ Dual Enrollment Handbook SLS 1103 Academic Advising Provided to help students and parents understand the dual enrollment program, its benefits, and expectations.SLS 1103Foundational 9th grade course designed to assist students in developing skills that will help them succeed in high school, college, career and life.Academic AdvisingProvided to help students develop educational goals.Career ExplorationFL Career Choices & FSCJ Career Development CenterCaring AdultsSchool Counselor, FSCJ Coordinator, HS/College Teachers, Vistakon Mentors
26 Sustaining the Mission - JJVC ERGs Combined 2015 OGSM Our PeopleOur MarketplaceOur CommunitySustaining the Mission - JJVC ERGs Combined 2015 OGSMCelebrating & Honoring our Heritage (AALC, ASIA, HOLA, VLC)Employee Development & Networking (All ERGs)ERG-Unique Development/Networking Initiatives:AdvISE: 5 Conv. Workshop, SME Spotlights, AdvISE Friday Forum, Connect AdvISEHOLA: The H.I.L.L (multiple events)Millennials: Next Gen Leadership, Reverse Mentoring, ERG NetworkingSAPNA: Our Health, Our J&J, Our Camp, Synergy Series, “Own the Room” with APAHM & ASIAVLC: Care packages for deployed family of JJVC employeesWLI: New Hire breakfast, Offering opportunities of high-visibility leadership within WLI and through cross-connection into HBADiversity Recruiting/Onboarding (AALC)Intern Program & Experience (Millennials)Further employee reach & experience through membership drive and new ERGs (All ERGs)OHANA - Add new product to My Store or comparable to support new addition including J&J product samplingAALC - Enhance JJVC image through Eye Evaluation, EducationAdvISE Visionary Grant: foster technical innovation thru seed money for grant proposals (in partnership with R&D)ASIA – Night of ASIA and Dragon Boat FestivalHOLA - Hispanic Art Walk ACUVUE BoothMillennials – Eyes on Jax/Millennial Think Tank/Doctor TalkOpen & Out - Partner with the National and Local Chapters of PFLAG to support the ‘Care with PRIDE’ ‘Spirit Day’ and “Take the EYE pledge” initiativesSAPNA – Free vision evaluations for underprivileged in IndiaVLC – Attend military career fairs to support veterans entering the workforceWLI – Support Women in OptometryHealthy Vision Activities:Project See (HOLA, SAPNA )The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) (HOLA)OneSight Donations (HOLA)World Sight Week (All ERGs)Drive Diabetes Awareness and lead/support fund-raising activities (AALC, HOLA, Millennials)Sponsor and support various local STEM Activities (AdvISE and SAPNA)Children’s Needs & Youth DevelopmentAnti-bullying Projects (OHANA, Millennials, Open & Out)Back-to-School Drive & Daniel Kids Play Day (ASIA)Youth Leadership Development Program (YLDP)Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day (WLI)Autism Support & Awareness (Millennials)Nemours Teddy Bear Affair (SAPNA)GSA (gay-straight-alliance) partnerships at our local schools/colleges/universities (Open & Out)Outreach (All ERGs). Notable programs:HabiJax Build (AALC)Sulzbacher Center (HOLA, ASIA)Multiple projects to address military veterans (VLC-led and in partnership with SAPNA, AALC)Breast Cancer Pink Bra & Walk for the Cure (WLI)