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 Program Overview  Program Targets / Qualifications  SW Ohio Training Partnership  Industries Served / Industry Subsector Breakdown  Curriculum Overview.

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2  Program Overview  Program Targets / Qualifications  SW Ohio Training Partnership  Industries Served / Industry Subsector Breakdown  Curriculum Overview  Scope of Participating Students  Ohio Bioscience Job Classifications / Wages  Admission Pathway / Contact Information

3  Bioscience Industry Workforce Preparedness  U.S. Department of Labor (3 yr / $5mm grant)  Lead Organization – BioOhio  Consortium of Six Ohio Community Colleges  Partnership with leading medical device and pharmaceutical manufacturing companies  Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)  Local AFL-CIO

4  Dislocated Workers / Unemployed  Auto Restructuring-Impacted Workers  Under-employed Workers  Incumbent or Current Employees


6  BioOhio  Six Community College Partners  Council for Adult & Experiential Learning (CAEL)  AFL-CIO / UAW  Ohio’s One Stop Centers  Ohio Department of Development  Regional Industry Advisory Boards Guide the development and approval of curriculum Some board members serve as instructors

7 Consortium Colleges – Cincinnati State Technical and Community College Sinclair Community College Owens Community College Columbus State Community College Cuyahoga Community College Lakeland Community College


9 Year -199120012009/11 Number of Ohio bioscience companies 1703521,345 (2011) University R&D expenditures $285 mm $481 mm $1.1 billion (2010) New Company starts ≈121280 per year (2010)

10 Agricultural Feedstock & Chemicals Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Medical Devices & Equipment Hospitals Research, Testing, & Medical Laboratories Make ProductsProvide Services



13  Bio-manufacturing showing continued growth  Companies moving to and expanding in Ohio  Many have problems in recruiting a skilled workforce at all levels  College partnership delivers the training required for entry level manufacturing jobs

14 Educational Offerings  Certificate Program (7 week)  Biotechnology Associate Degree Methodology  Employer guided skill requirements (based on regional need)  Employer guided intake process  Experiential Learning  Classroom / Web  Career Coaching and Development Sessions  Program designed for sustainability

15  Sinclair CC total grant participation - $844k Tuition $470k Equipment $179k Operating $195k  Anticipated number of SCC students receiving 100% paid tuition and fees – 137 Total Associate Degree 10 Certification127  Coverage of program cost includes Tuition, Books & Fees

16  Cincinnati State total grant participation - $826k Tuition $516k Operating $310k  Anticipated number of CSTCC students receiving 100% paid tuition and fees - 139 Total Associate Degree 8 Certification131  Full coverage of program cost including Tuition, Books, Fees and Parking


18  Careers in high-paying, quality jobs across a range of occupations  Employees earn $26,772 more than the average U.S. private sector wage (all five subsectors above national average)  Since 2001, earnings are up 6.4% for bioscience workers, only 1.4% increase for other industries

19 U.S. Average Annual Wages Drugs & Pharmaceuticals $79,303 Finance & Insurance $69,889 Research, Testing, & Medical Labs $65,414 Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services $62,411 Information $60,530 Medical Devices & Equipment $56,449 Manufacturing $47,705 Construction $40,297 Transportation & Warehousing $38,758 Real Estate $37,167 Healthcare Services $36,606 Retail $24,337

20 Accessible Career Information is Key!

21 Admission Pathway 1. Contact a College Partner Near You 2. Attend an Information Session 3. Application, WorkKeys, Drug Screening and Background Checks 4. Skill Training Program with Career Coaching 5. Start your Job Search with support from the Grant Partners

22 Compendium U.S. Department of Labor Funded Educational Partnership Industrial Partnership Curriculum alignment to industry needs Expanding Bioscience Industry Re-focused & Re-skilled Employees All resources working collaboratively Positive impact for all (Employer / Employee) CSTCC & SCC as conductors to change lives

23 The basis of our partnership strategy & approach: We build the social technology. They provide the music. Mark Zuckerberg

24 Brenda Latanza Project Manager, Workforce Development Sinclair Community College 5386 Courseview Drive Mason, Ohio 45040-2362 (937) 512-5505 Let us help you launch a new start toward an exciting and rewarding career! Jim Kleemeier, PMP Project Manager, Workforce Development Center Cincinnati State Technical and Community College 10100 Reading Road Evendale, OH 45241-3110 (513) 569-4955 This workforce solution was funded by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The solution was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership. This solution is copyrighted by the institution that created it. Internal use by an organization and/or personal use by an individual for non-commercial purposes is permissible. All other uses require the prior authorization of the copyright owner. Workforce Development Center


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