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National Career Pathways Network2009 Annual Conference

College Tech Prep Consortium Showcase

Lifelong Learning


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Akron Area College Tech Prep Consortium

  • Akron Area College Tech Prep will be starting two dual enrollment programs this fall with Barberton High School and Wayne County Schools Career Center.


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Akron Area College Tech Prep Consortium

  • At Wayne County Schools Career Center, Lynette Boggs will be the instructor for the Engineering and Science Tech Program. Her students have the option of earning up to 30 college credit hours towards an Associate degree in Engineering and Science Technology.


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Akron Area College Tech Prep Consortium

  • At Barberton High School, Rich Mehok will be the instructor for the CISCO/A+ program. His students have the option of earning up to 20 credit hours towards an Associate Degree in Computer Maintenance and Technology.


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Clark State Tech PrepConsortium

  • Two new Project Lead the Way programs were started in 2008-09 at Northeastern HS and Shawnee HS in Clark County. PLTW is now offered at 4 Clark County high schools. Total enrollment at local high schools is nearly 300 students.

  • Project Lead the Way students now have the opportunity to earn college credits in Engineering Technologies at Clark State Community College.

  • Gateway to Technology is part of the curriculum for 400 eighth graders in Springfield City School Middle Schools.


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Clark State Tech Prep Consortium

  • Through our Tech Prep articulation agreements, in 2008-09, over 450 high school Tech Prep students earned over 900 college credits--saving almost $71,000 in tuition for these students.

  • Twenty five students received up to $2,400 in George Mueller Tech Prep Scholarships in for the 2009-10 school year.


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Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

  • Hosted the National Career Pathways Network and the National Association of Tech Prep Leadership Forum in Cincinnati in October 2008.  Organized Statewide Tech Prep Showcase which highlighted over 300 Tech Prep Students from across Ohio. 

  • Developed, trained and coordinated Leadership Academy high school seniors to serve as Ambassadors for NCPN and area recruiting for Tech Prep.

  •  Earned Exemplary Service Award and appreciation from NCPN for raising over $20,000 in sponsorships from Tech Prep partners for this conference.


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Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

  • Increased ninety per cent (90%)Tech Prep programming in Cincinnati Public Schools with addition of new Hughes STEM High School, Zoo Academy, and Riverview East Environmental Science Academy.

  •  Initiated CT2 Workshop for all partners to achieve compliance with legislation (HB66) and input curriculum into CTAG system especially focusing upon engineering technology programs.


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Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

  • Oversaw promoting/recruiting for STEM Summer Academy (OBR funded) for Cincinnati State and ran grant during the summer that saw 44 high school students earn 388 college credits in six week academy program.  99% attendance during program set outstanding benchmark of participation.

  • Conducted ODE sponsored IT articulation workshop and field tested new software (OCAST) for state to develop 29 articulation agreements among IT partners.

  • Conducted National Tour during NCPN that showcased CPS Woodward Career Technical High School, Cincinnati State, and UC College of Applied Science pathway in Construction Management.


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Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

  • Created, organized and commissioned “A+ Team” to plan and implement College Readiness Pilot program in which COMPASS tests were delivered electronically to schools.  Juniors worked on Advancer software to reduce need for remediation and to become eligible for STEM academy.

  • Developed 17 new Health Technologies articulation agreements among six secondary schools and three college partners. Conducted test out/proficiency tests for allied health seniors in medical terminology certification.


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Greater Cincinnati Tech Prep Consortium

  • Hosted the National 2008 Business Conclave at the Netherland Hilton

  • Presented bioscience curriculum model at BioOhio Bioscience Education Summit where Tech Prep was recognized as the “Best Practice” in Ohio for bioscience education.


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Greater North West Tech PrepConsortium


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Heart of Ohio Tech Prep Consortium


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Heart of Ohio Tech PrepConsortium

Inquiry-Based Learning:

  • The Heart of Ohio submitted the highest number of IBL Lesson Plan units to the state and will continue to support IBL mentor opportunities throughout the consortium.

    Summer Teacher Workshop:

  • The Heart of Ohio conducted a 5-day summer workshop which was attended by over 85 teachers with 27 teachers taking advantage of Ohio University graduate credit


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Heart of Ohio Tech PrepConsortium

Math Refresher:

  • The Heart of Ohio is funding a project aimed at students obtaining a passing score on the math portion of the COMPASS Test. The desired goal of this project is to provide an opportunity for students who have not been successful in passing the test, to “refresh” their math skills and pass the test.

    Assessment Committee:

  • The Heart of Ohio has formed an assessment committee to study issues regarding assessment and to make recommendations regarding academic assessment for Tech Prep students.


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Lakeland College Tech Prep Consortium

FY 2008 Highlights

  • Increased secondary enrollments from 767 to 838, college enrollments from 238 to 265.

  • Recruited 5 new business partners to the consortium.

  • Collaborated with Lakeland IT department to sponsor and execute We at IT program for middle school girls

  • Administered second year of Alumni Grant and hosted Alumni dinner for students and graduates.


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Lakeland College Tech Prep Consortium

FY 2009 Highlights

  • Increased secondary enrollments from 838 to 865, college enrollments from 265 to 289.

  • Executed Lake Shore Compact STEM camp. Executed two STEM camps for students in GEAR UP Lighthouse site. Worked with stakeholders and executed Tech prep Career Day for 300 middle school students.


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Lorain County Tech Prep Consortium

  • Introduction of 6 new programs; increase in total consortium enrollment from 673 (Class of 08) to 765 (Class of 09)

  •  Developed and launched first CTP program (Health Science Technology program) within an Ohio “Early College High School”.

  • “TechnoFridays!” series for 8th graders

  • Achieved opportunity for every CTP program within Consortium to offer at least one (if not more) course for articulated college credit.


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Lorain County Tech Prep Consortium

  • Established Consortium office as central point for all LCCC articulation (including adult programs, non-CTP, and out-of-county); developed standardized system for information on each available course; developed online system to provide institution’s complete articulation course roster and all related information documents (to go live November, 2009).


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Lorain County Tech Prep Consortium

  • Recognition of the “Career Counselors Team” as a sub-group of the Lorain County P-16 Council (“ReacHigher”); completion of the conceptual model for career education that can be used by any school/district at little to no cost; identification of 2 pilot sites for implementation; first site launching October, 2009; standardization on OCIS as resource/management tool for process.


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Mahoning Area Tech Prep Consortium

  • College readiness math pilot with Youngstown State University

  • Peterson’s StudentEdge on-line college planning, homework help and test preparation

  • A+dvancer online COMPASS test prep

  • College planning for seniors in College Tech Prep

  • College Tech Prep sites are now COMPASS testing sites


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Marion Area Partners Tech Prep Consortium

33% Market Share

  • Expansion of program pathways in Argibusiness, Engineering, Health, Information Technology, Manufacturing

    Acceptance of College Ready Challenge

  • Testing every Career Center student (10th, 11th, and 12th grader) for college readiness using the ACT COMPASS assessment


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Marion Area Partners Tech Prep Consortium

Cradle to Grave Engineering Pathway

  • Beginning with elementary school career awareness programs and 4-H after-school Robotics clubs.

  • Followed by middle school Gateway to Technology programs for all students.

  • In the 9th grade, students enroll in Project Lead the Way Engineering programs at their home high schools.


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Marion Area Partners Tech Prep Consortium

Cradle to Grave Engineering Pathway cont.

  • After subsequent 10th and 11th grade courses, the students attend Career Center capstone classes on Marion Technical College campus.

  • While in high school, students earn college credit from this nationally recognized Engineering program supported locally by Honda of America, Whirlpool, Inc. and other regional manufacturers.

  • Each year, students from elementary to college levels (from seven states) demonstrate their technical competencies by competing in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) sanction National Robotics Challenge held in Marion


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College Credits

Scholarships

Total Scholarship Awards for the Classes of 2008 & 2009

$987,797.99

Total Sinclair Community College credits earned by the Classes of ‘08 & ’09

  • 13,302

  • Combined tuition savings

    • $713,374.50

  • Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium


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    Mid-East Ohio Tech Prep Consortium

    Graduated 26 student in the Engineering Technology Program


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    Mid-East Ohio Tech Prep Consortium

    • The second class of dually enrolled Engineering Technology students have graduated from Zane State College, with an Associate of Technical Studies; from Mid-East Career and Technology Centers, with their career-technical certificate; and from their respective associate schools, with their high school diplomas.


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    North Coast Tech Prep Consortium

    2009 Biotech Olympics

    • More than 150 Biotech students from

      Bedford, Cloverleaf, Lakewood, Normandy, Parma Senior, and Valley Forge High Schools competed in the 2009 North Coast Tech Prep Biotech Olympics


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    North Coast Tech Prep Consortium

    FIRST PLACE

    The Valley Forge High School team of Nick Conroy, Jaime Furda, and Rebecca Kyler


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    North Coast Tech Prep Consortium

    SECOND PLACE

    The Cloverleaf team of Kelsey Allen, Bobby Easterling, Ben Goodreau, and Bret Nehrenz


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    North Coast Tech Prep Consortium

    THIRD PLACE

    “The Parma Senior High Biotech Dream

    Team” of Nicole DiVincenzo, Mike Melnyk, Andrew Knauss, and Andrea Stojsavljevic


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    Ohio South Tech Prep Consortium

    Parents & Community

    • Held four informational meetings in evenings and on Saturday for parents and students.

    • Hosted a day during school for parents to meet with university and high school administration to reveal program partnership and allow Q & A.


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    Ohio South Tech Prep Consortium

    Students

    • Polled to get career and course interest

    • Met with each class to explain program and schedule details

    • Held evening and weekend meetings for students and parents

    • Took students to university for COMPASS Testing and introduction to TP programs

    • Pre-Registration for students detailed all options for dual credit and Tech Prep.

    • Qualified as many students as possible for Post Secondary Options so that all costs would be covered for those students.


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    Ohio Valley Tech Prep Consortium

    Lindsey Stover, Elizabeth Hamilton, Kristin Rogers (Left to right)

    Students from Ohio Valley Tech Prep's River Valley High School were awarded a $1000 scholarship for 2nd Place - High School Division at the Shawnee 6.0 Interactive Digital Technology Conference


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    Ohio Valley Tech Prep Consortium

    Ohio Valley Tech Prep students:

    1. Demonstrated interactive media knowledge and skills in the exhibition hall during the NCPN Conference in Cincinnati.

    2. Worked on a Second Life project to demonstrate "How an Electrical Power Plant Works" for American Electric Power.

    3. Earned college credit for information technology courses via dual credit enrollment and proficiency examinations.

    4. Earned college credit for technical and academic courses via CLEP examinations.

    5. Earned business and industry credentials via certification examinations in automotive, health and information technology.

    6. Worked on Rio Cyber Club projects in collaboration with Shawnee State University's WIRED Grant.


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium


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    Stark County Tech Prep Consortium

    Leadership Academy :Etiquette Session


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    Upper Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium

    Honoring College Tech Prep Excellence

    Since 2008, the Consortium has awarded 48 cords to Tech Prep graduates


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    Upper Miami Valley Tech Prep

    • As a member of the National Tech Prep Registry, the Upper Miami Tech Prep Consortium Steering Team utilizes the national criteria for selecting students to be recognized at their high school commencement. The Consortium purchases College Tech Prep purple and green braided cords to be worn during the students’ high school commencement.  The award criteria included:

    • Enrolled in an approved Tech Prep program.

    • Attained a 3.50 cumulative or above grade point average (based on a 4.0 scale).

    • Completion of a work-based experience


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    Workforce Development Council Tech Prep Consortium

    Following her completion of the Computer Communications Networking Technology program through the Technology Center (Fremont, Ohio) and receipt of a diploma from Columbian High School (Tiffin, Ohio), Janelle Runion will be going to the United State Military Academy at West Point this summer. She was nominated to West Point by Congressman Bob Latta.

    2009 High School GraduateJANELLE RUNION – The Future Military Intelligence Officer


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    Workforce Development Council Tech Prep Consortium

    Following his completion of the Computer Communications Networking Technology program through the Technology Center (Fremont, Ohio) and receipt of a diploma from Fostoria High School (Fostoria, Ohio), Aaron Burrow will be attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). With a passion for positive change, he is on his way with a four-year, full scholarship.

    2009 High School Graduate AARON BURROW – The Future Computer Engineer


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    National Career Pathways Network2009 Annual Conference

    State of Ohio Updates

    Lifelong Learning


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    Collaborative Leadership

    In Ohio, the Department of Education and the Board of Regents work collaboratively to ensure seamless pathway for students to easily matriculate to postsecondary education through several advanced credit, articulated credit options:

    • Ohio College Tech Prep (CTP) blends high-level academics with advanced career technology education

    • The AP program is aligned with the Ohio Department of Education’s vision of higher achievement for all students and philosophy of providing all students a rigorous and relevant education....


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    Collaborative Leadership Ohio Department of Education

    Ohio Department Education- Career Tech

    Education programs and services that prepare youth and adults for a broad range of careers that require varying levels of education, from high school, apprenticeships and postsecondary certificates to college and university degrees

    Link below:

    • http://www.ode.state.oh.us/GD/Templates/Pages/ODE/ODEDetail.aspx?page=3&TopicRelationID=1747&ContentID=60522&Content=71067


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    Collaborative LeadershipOhio Board of Regents

    Ohio Board of Regents-University System of Ohio

    Ohio’s public college and university system belongs to all the people of Ohio. While focused on stimulating economic growth in the state, we continue to build the highest quality, student-centered system of higher education in the country. Explore the pages of the Web site, and let us know what we can do for you as a student – or as a parent, alumnus or other stakeholder in business or the community – to make your great University System of Ohio even better. Link below:

    • http://uso.edu/index.php


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    State of Ohio Resources

    College Tech Prep

    College Tech Prep is implemented in Ohio through 23 consortia representing employers, community and technical colleges, universities and secondary schools. Ohio College Tech Prep is jointly managed by the Ohio Board of Regents and the Ohio Department of Education’s (ODE) Office of Career-Technical Education (CTE). 


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    College Tech Prep Facts

    • In 10 years – from 1994-1995 to 2004-2005, the number of high school students in Ohio

    • College Tech Prep grew from over 600 to 13,000 in more than 800 programs.

    • Postsecondary Tech Prep student enrollment grew from 57 to 7,000 with oversight by 23

    • consortia.


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    College Tech Prep Facts

    Ohio College Tech Prep programs are offered in areas that include:

    • Engineering,

    • Teaching (science and math), computer programming, biotechnology, computer

    • Networking, interactive multimedia, marketing, business, procurement and logistics,

    • Health, criminal science, e-commerce, construction, horticulture and auto technology


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    College Tech Prep Facts

    • College Tech Prep curriculum emphasizes Science, Technology, Engineering and Math

    • (STEM) careers with Core academic Skills.

    • College Tech Prep providers a seamless, non-duplicative educational pathway for students to easily matriculate to postsecondary education through several advanced credit, dual credit, articulated credit options.


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    Legislative Resources

    Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE)

    • Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE) administers, coordinates programs that are related to adult education and literacy, career and technical education, and community colleges.

    • Link below:

    • http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/index.html


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    Do You Know Who to Contact?

    Ohio Board of Regents

    Ohio Department of Education

    Anthony M. Landis, Director

    • alandis@regents.state.oh.us

      Tawanna Fields-Mphande, Administrator

    • tfields@regents.state.oh.us

    Kathy Shibley, Director

    • kathy.shibley@ode.state.oh.us

      Rick Mangini, Associate Director

    • rick.Mangini@ode.state.oh.us

      Nenna Davis, Consultant

    • nenna.Davis@ode.state.oh.us

      Sharon Enright, Assistant Director

    • sharon.enright@ode.state.oh.us


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