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1 Welcome! Website Tour Nontraditional Careers Leadership Project Cindy Allen, Coordinator San Diego County Office of Education

2 What is NonTrad? I like my job! Welcome to the Nontraditional Careers Statewide Leadership Project's Website This site is operated by the San Diego County Regional Occupational Program in under a contract with California State Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary and Adult Leadership Division, using funds from the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of The purpose of this site is to provide you with information and links to other sites about the subject of Nontraditional Careers and Occupations. The term Nontraditional Careers refers to jobs that have been traditionally filled by one gender. The US Department of Labor defines Nontraditional Occupations as occupations for which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in each such occupation. If you want more detailed information about nontraditional careers and perhaps earn college credit, we encourage you to enroll in our on-line courses Nontrad 101 and Nontrad 102. All course content is available online at no cost with no permission required for their use. You will be required to login to use the course content. If you need an account please click here. Certificates of Completion are also available for educators pursuing professional development hours. If you have questions, need assistance or want to receive periodic information about Nontraditional Careers and related subjects please use our contact us.Nontrad 101Nontrad 102click herecontact us No person shall on the grounds of sex, race, color, national origin or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits or be subject to discrimination under this program. This activity is funded by the California Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary, & Adult Leadership Division by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998.

3 Welcome to the Nontraditional Careers Statewide Leadership Project's Website This site is operated by the San Diego County Regional Occupational Program in under a contract with California State Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary and Adult Leadership Division, using funds from the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of The purpose of this site is to provide you with information and links to other sites about the subject of Nontraditional Careers and Occupations. The term Nontraditional Careers refers to jobs that have been traditionally filled by one gender. The US Department of Labor defines Nontraditional Occupations as occupations for which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in each such occupation. If you want more detailed information about nontraditional careers and perhaps earn college credit, we encourage you to enroll in our on-line courses Nontrad 101 and Nontrad 102. All course content is available online at no cost with no permission required for their use. You will be required to login to use the course content. If you need an account please click here. Certificates of Completion are also available for educators pursuing professional development hours. If you have questions, need assistance or want to receive periodic information about Nontraditional Careers and related subjects please use our contact us. No person shall on the grounds of sex, race, color, national origin or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits or be subject to discrimination under this program. This activity is funded by the California Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary, & Adult Leadership Division by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of 1998.Nontrad 101Nontrad 102click herecontact us Earn Professional Development hours Im a single parent and love being able to provide for my kids!

4 Log in for access to 101 & 102 FREE! The NEW Nontrad site is still free for your use. This site is a part of a growing number of web products that SDCOE is now offering. To use this and many other of our sites you need simply create an account to use this and many other sites. This is so you don't have to create more than one account for the products we offer. Whenever you see the One Pass symbol on one of our sites you will know that it is part of our One Pass network of sites. For more information on our One Pass network of web applications please click here.click here Forgot your password Create New Account

5 Benefits for both Men and Women About Nontraditional Careers What are Nontraditional Careers? The U.S. Department of Labor defines Nontraditional Occupations (NTOs) as occupations or fields of work for which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in each such occupation or field of work. Why consider NTC's? There are many benefits to choosing a nontraditional career. Women Economic self-sufficiency Higher wages - NTOs pay 20-30% more than jobs traditional held by women. Better benefits Physical challenges in many jobs Broader job opportunities Advancement potential Job satisfaction Men Opportunities for advancement in an area of interest Fulfilling work Opportunity for adventure Broader job opportunities Job satisfaction

6 About Nontrad In 2007, The California Department of Education (CDE) funded the San Diego County Office of Education to provide statewide technical assistance in instructional strategies and resources for recruiting, retaining and promoting the achievement of nontraditional learners for secondary educators and their workforce partners. Nontraditional careers are those occupations or fields of work including careers in compute science, technology, and other current and emerging high skill occupations for which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25 percent of the individual employed. A detailed list of these careers is posted at As part of this work, the California Department of Education (CDE) funded San Diego County Office of Education to revise and monitor an on-line course called Nontraditional Careers for Educators 101 that was originally created by the Sacramento County Office of Education. This course was created pursuant to a grant with the California Department of Education, High School Leadership Division, Office of Workforce Development (now, Secondary, Postsecondary and Adult Leadership Division) through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of The goal of the course is to help educators comprehend the needs of individuals pursing nontraditional occupations. All materials are available at no cost with no permission required for their use. Certificates of Completion are also available for educators pursuing professional development hours. An advanced course called Nontrad 102 is also available. It was initially created by the Sacramento County Office of Education and has been revised by the San Diego County Office of Education. This course provides information on LMI-Labor Market Information, Vocational Assessments, Media Influences, Academic Support, Support Systems for Nontraditional Students and more. Careers for Educators 101Nontrad 102 Partners California Department of Education (CDE) The California Department of Education (CDE) has funded the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) to develop and monitor online courses to support Nontraditional Career choices. These courses were created pursuant to a grant with the California Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary and Adult Leadership Division through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of Visit the CDE website at: List of NT careers Two online courses for professional development !

7 Partners California Department of Education (CDE) The California Department of Education (CDE) has funded the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) to develop and monitor online courses to support Nontraditional Career choices. These courses were created pursuant to a grant with the California Department of Education, Secondary, Postsecondary and Adult Leadership Division through the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act of Visit the CDE website at: Additional CDE Program Partners In the area of Civil Rights, Dr. Mary Gallet, CTE Consultant/MOA, Coordinator at the California Department of Education at ( ) or is currently the state representative for Special Populations/Perkins and MOA-for Civil Rights across Career Technical Education Joint Special Populations Statewide Advisory Committee (JSPAC) The Joint Special Populations Statewide Advisory Committee (JSPAC), is part of a joint effort between the California Department of Education and the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office to develop the academic, vocational and technical skills of secondary and postsecondary SPECIAL POPULATION students who elect to enroll in vocational and technical education programs. Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Act (VTEA) of 1998 State Leadership funding supports the ongoing efforts of the JSPAC in their efforts to: 1. Identify and disseminate specialized curriculum materials and resources to support services to Special Populations. Such materials can include books, videos, software, and other materials designated for students or to support professional development; 2. Expand linkages with other programs for which equity and service to Special Populations is mandated by funding sources and for which that service is critical to program success; share information on best practices; coordinate and leverage resources to maximize the number of students who can be served; and incorporate the expertise, resources, and support those having a stake in assuring all students succeed in school and the workforce, including business and labor, and community-based organizations; CDE, OCR and JSPAC help!

8 Introduction to Course Awareness Recruitment Retention Placement Resources Professional Development Assignments Acknowledgements Nontrad 101 Course Home The basics about special pops students and how to serve them Increase enrollments Better student success How a Non Trad career impacts students lives and livelihood 15 hr online course Certificate of Completion This is a fifteen-hour course that includes Parts 1 through 7, and the required completion of 2 assignments. After you have read this page, keep clicking on the right arrows and you will work your way through the course. After completing all the course requirements, you will receive a certificate of completion for 15 hours of course work. The outcomes of this course are to help teachers: 1. Promote a heightened awareness of the need for gender equity in education for both men and women. 2. Become more aware of nontraditional careers. 3. Learn how to recruit and retain students in nontraditional careers and training. 4. Learn how to place students in nontraditional jobs. 5. In general, help to promote nontraditional learning and employment in the education and in the workforce. 6. Make available to teachers a multitude of Internet links and other resources related to nontraditional careers. 7. Provide several professional growth activities for professionals working with individuals participating in nontraditional training and employment.

9 Understanding barriers and remedies of serving students from special pops Transitioning to Non Trad careers or training Assessment Academic Support Role models Media influences Best Practices Apprenticeships Nontrad 102 Course Home Introduction to Course Assessment Labor Market Information Media Influences Academic Support Support Services Role Models & Mentors Transition Plan Certificate of Completion This is a stand-alone, self-paced, fifteen-hour intermediate course on encouraging and supporting Individuals pursuing nontraditional career paths. You will need to be connected to the Internet as you go through this course. Definition: A nontraditional career path leads to an occupation where one gender comprises 25 percent or less of the total workers. And although many occupations qualify as nontraditional, the focus of this course is high-wage and high-skilled occupations. This course is designed to be used by: Apprenticeship Coordinators Community College Recruiters Community Outreach Workers Academic and Career Counselors Employment and Training Professionals Home School Educators Juvenile Justice Professionals Parents Social Services Professionals Teachers: Middle School, High School, Special Education, Post- Secondary and Adult Youth Development Practitioners There are several "PDF" downloadable files available throughout this course. If you need a current version of the free Adobe Reader software, click here.click here NOTE: You must be connected to the internet to complete this course.

10 Nontrad Resources Girls and Women Today Brochure Version (pdf) Boys and Men Today Brochure (pdf) General Expectations for Student Achievement (GESA) (PowerPoint) 2004 Longitudinal Study Technical Report California Regional Occupational Centers & Programs (ROCP) (PowerPoint) Lists of Nontraditional Occupations Nontrad Occupations Men 2002 Nontrad Occupations Women 2003 Occupational Employment Statistics Survey - Annual Wage (Excel) The Self-Sufficiency Standard for California (Excel) Links: Labor Market Information California Employment Development Department (www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov) Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov) Bureau of Labor Statistics(http://stats.bls.gov/oco/home.htm) America's Career InfoNet (www.acinet.org/acinet/) Career One Stop (www.careeronestop.org) O*NET (www.onetcenter.org) EconData.Net (www.econdata.net) U.S. Census (www.census.gov) American Community Survey (www.census.gov/acs/www) Occupational Outlook Handbook, Edition (www.bls.gov/oco/) Current Population Survey (www.bls.gov/cps/home.htm) Employment & Wage Estimates by State (www.bls.gov/oes/2001/oessrcma.htm) Employment Projects (www.bls.gov/emp/) Downloadable pdf docs Helpful Labor Market web site resources

11 More web sites - some for men and some for women in Non Trad careers Check out the Industry Association sites Helpful Resources For Women in Nontraditional Careers Her Own Words (www.herownwords.com) Military Women Veterans - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (userpages.aug.com/captbarb/) National Women's Law Center (www.nwlc.org) U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau (www.dol.gov/wb/welcome.html) Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW) (www.wowonline.org) Women Make Movies (www.wmm.com) Women Work (www.womenwork.org) Work4Women (www.work4women.org) Helpful Resources for Men in Nontraditional Careers The American Assembly for Men in Nursing (http://aamn.org) Johnson & Johnson's "Be A Nurse" (see testimonials) (www.discovernursing.com) The Oregon Center of Nursing "Are You Man Enough to Be a Nurse" (www.oregoncenterfornursing.org) Male Librarians (http://is.gseis.ucla.edu/impact/f01/Focus/Image/DarLynn/dntopic1.htm) Women's Industry Associations Association for Women in Computing (www.awc-hq.org) Association for Women in Mathematics (www.awm-math.org) Association of Women in Science (www.awis.org) Hard Hatted Women (www.hardhattedwomen.org) Institute for Women In Trades, Technology & Science (www.iwitts.com) International Association of Women Police (www.iawp.org) National Association of Women in Construction Outdoor Industry Women's Council (www.oiwc.org) Women Construction Owners and Executives, USA (www.wcoeusa.org) Women Contractors Association (www.womencontractors.org) Women in Aviation Resource Center (www.women-in-aviation.com) Women in Aviation, International (www.wai.org) Women in Federal Law Enforcement (www.wifle.com) Women in Food Industry Management (www.wfim.on.ca) Women of NASA (quest.arc.nasa.gov/women/intro.html)

12 Gender Equity American Association of University Women (AAUW) (www.aauw.org) National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (napequity.org) Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, Equity Center (www.nwrel.org/cnorse/) Career/Occupational/Employment America's Career InfoNet (www.acinet.org) Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services (ATELS) (www.doleta.gov/atels_bat/) Occupational Outlook Handbook (www.bls.gov/oco/) Miscellaneous Sites Inspiring Girls Now! In Technology Education (IGNITE) (www.ignite-us.org) California Association of Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (www.carocp.org) California School-to-Career Clearinghouse (www.stc-clearinghouse.com) California Careers Pathways Consortia (CCPC) (www.statecenter.com) Agriculture: Business: Engineering Technology: Health Careers: Home Economics: Industrial & Technology: Carl Perkins (Career Vocational Education) (http://www.cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/pk/) Sacramento-Linking Education and Economic Development (LEED) (www.leed.org) Groundhog Job Shadow Day (www.jobshadow.org) Girls Incorporated (www.girlsinc.org) Association for Career and Technical Education (www.acteonline.org) MegaMath (http://www.c3.lanl.gov/mega-math/ ) Women Venture (www.womenventure.org) Distinguished Women of Past and Present (http://www.distinguishedwomen.com/) SCOE Regional Occupational Program (www.sacrop.org) Building California Construction Careers (http://www.buildingc3.com/) Or other helpful sites? How about employment sites? Want Gender Equity info?

13 · California Resources · Requirements of the LAW · Nontrad Information · Awareness Quiz · Information for Parents · Teacher Resources · Role Models · Professional Associations · Support OrganizationsCalifornia ResourcesRequirements of the LAWNontrad InformationAwareness QuizInformation for ParentsTeacher ResourcesRole ModelsProfessional AssociationsSupport Organizations CTEach Home A site for Career Technical /Educators providing guidance and instruction to students following nontraditional occupations. About this site: The CTEacher Resources site replaces a library of information (books, videos, brochures, etc.) that was compiled by educators and consultants throughout Californias early years of gender equity and equal opportunity educational efforts. Today educators can find information and resources at their fingertips and to that end this site serves to direct instructors, teachers, counselors, etc. to key links and resources and to enable quick downloads of documents prepared for immediate classroom/professional development and support use. The site will be added to as more pertinent materials become available. Feedback is welcome. Please contact: A smorgasbord of teacher and counselor resources, web sites and downloads - check out the quiz!

14 Teacher Resources Career Conference Planning GuideCareer Conference Planning Guide (word) CareerCareer Conference Planning Appendix Conference Planning Appendix (pdf) Special Populations Project ( Professional Development Activity Series) Illinois Center for Specialized Professional Support Tools for Teaming (professional development materials related to all special populations). Free downloads from Hawaii State Department of Education, Career Technical Education Center. For free CDs and hard copies, telephone National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity (NAPE) For a comprehensive list of program resources Women and Girls Today BrochureWomen and Girls Today Brochure (pdf) Men and Boys Today BrochureMen and Boys Today Brochure (pdf) WASC Accreditation for K-12WASC Accreditation for K-12 (pdf) Success for All BrochureSuccess for All Brochure (pdf) Brochure Order FormBrochure Order Form (word) · California Resources · Requirements of the LAW · Nontrad Information · Awareness Quiz · Information for Parents · Teacher Resources · Role Models · Professional Associations · Support OrganizationsCalifornia ResourcesRequirements of the LAWNontrad InformationAwareness QuizInformation for ParentsTeacher ResourcesRole ModelsProfessional AssociationsSupport Organizations Lots of downloadables to use just in time! Or fax the completed order form and receive them in the mail – FREE! Here is the Order Form

15 · California Resources · Requirements of the LAW · Nontrad Information · Awareness Quiz · Information for Parents · Teacher Resources · Role Models · Professional Associations · Support OrganizationsCalifornia ResourcesRequirements of the LAWNontrad InformationAwareness QuizInformation for ParentsTeacher ResourcesRole ModelsProfessional AssociationsSupport Organizations 1. What is the average number of years women work for pay outside the home? 2. What is the average number of years men work for pay outside the home? 3. Today what percentage of jobs require technical skills? 4. What percentage of women will have to support themselves and or their family at some time during their lives? 5. What percentage of airline pilots are women? 6. What percentage of nurses are men? 7. What percentage of apprentices in the construction trades are women? 8. Women make up what percentage of the total workforce ? 9. Women in California need to earn an average minimum wage range of how much to support themselves and two children? 10. Non-traditional occupations for women will earn what percentage more over a lifetime of work than a traditional occupation for women ? Awareness Quiz How much do you know?

16 6. What percentage of nurses are men? 7. What percentage of apprentices in the construction trades are women? 8. Women make up what percentage of the total workforce ? 9. Women in California need to earn an average minimum wage range of how much to support themselves and two children? 10. Non-traditional occupations for women will earn what percentage more over a lifetime of work than a traditional occupation for women? Answers: years Years 3. 90% 4. 90% % 6. 7% 7. 4% 8. 48% 9. $ % Dont Peek! Surprising stats!

17 Careers and wage stats $ $ $

18 Lists 54 Occupations Non-traditional Occupations for Men (2002) Occupation Employed Both Sexes Employed Male Percent Male 1Family childcare providers Secretaries2, Dental Hygienists Dental assistants Teachers, pre kindergarten and kindergarten Childcare workers, private household Receptionists1, Stenographers Licensed practical nurses Speech Therapists Typists Early childhood teacher's assistants Cleaners and servants, private household Registered Nurses2, Bookkeepers, accounting and auditing clerks1, Teacher's aide Payroll and timekeeping clerks Dietitians Nursing aides, orderlies and attendants2, Hairdressers and cosmetologists What occupations are Non Trad for Men?

19 Lists 113 Occupations Nontrad Occupations Women (2002) Occupation Employed Both Sexes Employe d Female Percent Female 1Small engine mechanics Structural iron and steel workers Heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration mechanics and installers Bus and truck mechanics and diesel engine specialists Brickmasons, blockmasons, and stonemasons Electrical power-line installers and repairers Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters Heavy vehicle and mobile equipment service technicians and mechanics Dredge, excavating, and loading machine operators Operating engineers and other construction equipment operators Roofers Automobile service technicians and mechanics Carpenters1, Stationary engineers and boiler operators Drywall installers, ceiling tile installers, and tapers Plasterers and stucco masons Electricians Aircraft mechanics and service technicians Miscellaneous vehicle and mobile equipment mechanics, installers, and repairers Which ones are Non Trad for Women?

20 Give to counselors, teachers, students, parents!

21 Use these stats when talking to students, counselors, parents and business reps!

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23 We hope you have enjoyed our tour! Visit often and stay longer next time Your students will thank you! Nontraditional Careers Leadership Project Cindy Allen, Coordinator San Diego County Office of Education


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