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What Did We Learn About Our Future? Getting Ready for Strategic Planning Spring 2012.

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1 What Did We Learn About Our Future? Getting Ready for Strategic Planning Spring 2012

2 Listening Tour Presidential Advisories Visioning Sessions Santa Clara Community Feedback Student Feedback and Surveys Data Review Brain Trust Responses

3 Design some institutional projects to begin in the top three strategic focus areas (Fall 2011) Prepare for our College/Community Strategic Plan Workshop Spring 2011 (this will be our educational master plan for the next four years 2011-2015) Prepare our Program Review Planning and Committee Planning from our four year Strategic Plan

4 This was the highest priority agreed upon by all feedback groups (no question of the need and importance) This focus area has been given three projects to begin this spring, summer and into fall 2011: interested faculty and staff have met to discuss these projects

5 Three projects will be assigned to technology teams (faculty, administrators, staff) interested in developing, completing and evaluating the projects) Technology Committee will be asked to support these projects through planning and goal integration

6 Technology will be integrated into everything we do as a college: programs, infrastructure, community partnerships, professional development, planning, resource allocation and continuous college improvement (21 st century skills and modeling)

7 Partnerships from our community will support our Technology Institute (the jewel of Mission College and one of the noted projects) We will drive our technology through advisories, trends analysis and cutting edge needs noted by our partners and community

8 The college will model its commitment to technology through: Providing technology to ease job responsibilities and provide efficiencies and ease for staff Provide technology training and development for all Mission College staff Provide continued technology support through infrastructure, systems and software as appropriate or necessary for instruction, planning, data/effectiveness and job support

9 The college will provide continued opportunities for transfer to all students: this includes increased availability of degrees, general education courses that meet degree transfer, and services that provide students the ability to transfer to a four year institution

10 Promote STEM across the college: Computer Science engineering development and support Science support including traditional science courses and healthcare industry courses Provide burgeoning technologies within STEM to students Provide stackable certificates to degree opportunities for students in appropriate disciplines Provide partnerships and internships in STEM related businesses and higher education transfer

11 Plan for Scholastic Focus throughout the college: Veterans Program; Honors Program; Transfer Programs; High School Outreach and Communication Partnerships with businesses and higher education in STEM Create new transfer programs

12 Develop and Provide Stackable Certificates to Degrees lines (certificates must be state approved ) Develop partnerships with Santa Clara small and large business to create programs, internships, resource allocations and future planning Research, Develop and Acquire new grants for Career Technology in partnership with community business and regional educational institutions

13 Research, develop and partner for a Technology Institute or Technology Incubator program Create a model InnovaHIT opportunity if appropriate (Brain Trust) Create regional opportunities for partnerships with regional community college partners Create education to work marketing for all departments (both online and paper marketing)

14 Research and evaluate all current programs for sustainability themes within the program curriculum Research and market college based sustainability practices and potential, including grants for continued and improved practice Provide sustainable facilities through bond projects and current college facility planning

15 Create partnerships with Santa Clara City and Business for sustainable practice, resources, and collaborative opportunities Create and implement sustainable revenue generation through grants, partnerships, marketing and other opportunities for leveraging of resources

16 Develop and implement a comprehensive marketing plan based on synthesized feedback: develop a marketing committee for fall 2011 to support continued marketing planning Develop a list of community needs (based on Presidents interaction) and determine what college can assist with in the next year

17 Develop and Invite Community Members to an Institutional Strategic Planning Session in Spring 2012 Work with our k-12 partners on increased transfer of high school seniors to Mission College Work with k-12 partners on increased faculty to faculty curriculum discussions Continue with Presidential Advisories; integrate program advisories into synthesized planning

18 Increase transfer AA degrees (1440 applications) Increase number of online courses/sections offered (in tandem with faculty professional development) Design curriculum appropriate to career technology needs and partnerships Create opportunities for faculty to learn about program/curriculum development for enhanced program review planning Review and revise curriculum to be credit appropriate, accelerated and seamless (120 units or less)

19 Focus on getting Santa Clara High School Graduates to Mission College Create partnerships with other community colleges for a regional presence Work on increased articulation with Cal States and UCs for STEM and stackable certificate to degree programs Create effective marketing communication, procedures and approaches to increase articulation k-12 and higher education

20 Review and revise curriculum to be credit appropriate, accelerated and seamless (120 units or less) Provide and communicate educational pathways, transfer and career opportunities for all students Provide affordable, centralized and seamless outside classroom support and services for students Provide group counseling/advisement for students to create efficiencies and reach more students

21 Create an environment that provides for necessary professional development for all college employees Create a college leadership professional development opportunity Create incentives and hiring criteria for potential Mission College staffing: why would they come to Mission? What are our core skills sets? Why will they be happy at Mission College?

22 Provide a comprehensive plan for college professional development (Professional Development Committee) Provide for student centered leadership that actively participates in the college planning and dialogue Provide leadership within the community to showcase Mission College Provide support for change, continuous improvement and learning, active participation and opportunity within the college family

23 Data driven decisions in all planning and budget processes Develop and achieve reasonable efficiencies Commit to accreditation standards across the college via college committees for accreditation planning and evaluation Work with future trends and community data for innovation, program development, partnerships and grants

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