Education
Download
1 / 29

Education - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 137 Views
  • Updated On :

education. Lorain County Community College. economy. An innovative leader in education, economic, community and cultural development. community. culture. education. economy. community. A Two Year Process. LCCC: A Comprehensive Community College. 2005 Listening & Learning. 2006

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Education' - arleen


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Slide1 l.jpg

education

Lorain County Community College

economy

An innovative leader in education, economic, community and cultural development

community

culture


A two year process l.jpg

education

economy

community

A Two Year Process

LCCC: A Comprehensive Community College

2005

Listening & Learning

2006

Listening & Learning

Building a Vision

2007

Sharing the Vision

Acting on the Vision

cultural


Slide3 l.jpg

education

economy

community

cultural

Lorain County Community College Mission

LCCC’s Four Cornerstones

Lorain County Community College, an innovative leader in education, economic, community and cultural development, serves as a regional catalyst for change in a global environment through accessible and affordable academic and career-oriented education, lifelong learning and community partnerships.

Education

Economic

Community

Cultural


Slide4 l.jpg

education

economy

community

cultural

Six Strategic Priorities

  • VALUES

  • EXCELLENCE

  • LEARNING

  • INDIVIDUALS

  • PARTNERSHIPS

  • INNOVATION

  • DIVERSITY

  • STEWARDSHIP

  • ENGAGEMENT

  • Raise the community’s participation and attainment in higher education

  • Prepare globally-competent talent to compete in the innovation economy

  • Accelerate business and job growth to enhance regional competitiveness

  • Connect Lorain County with regional priorities and partners

  • Serve as a catalyst for enhanced community life

  • Build the College’s resource capacity


Slide5 l.jpg

education

economy

community

cultural

  • QUICK FACTS:

  • Involved 1,795 Participants

  • Created 1,272 Building Block Ideas

  • 97% of participants believe these are the right priorities!

  • 94% of participants committed either personally or through their organization to the implementation of Vision 2015


Slide6 l.jpg

education

economy

community

cultural

Video

Lorain County Community College:

A Cornerstone of the Community


Slide7 l.jpg

innovation in

LCCC’s The Educational Pipeline

educational opportunities

Impacting 14,000+ students plus another 11,000 through Continuing Education Offerings

education

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide8 l.jpg

Early College High School/PSEO

Early College High School – A Blended College/High School Curriculum


Slide9 l.jpg

Early College High School/PSEO

Early College High School Results – Ohio Graduation Test

Percent Passing Ohio Graduation Tests

92% of Early College High School Students Passed all Five Ohio Graduation Tests


Slide10 l.jpg

Early College High School/PSEO

About Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)

PSEO at Lorain County Community College

Nearly 1,500 students taking advantage of PSEO either at LCCC or through 13 area high schools

  • Courses at LCCC or on-site at select high school

  • Dual credit – high school and college

  • Tuition, Books and Fees Covered under state-funded program

  • Established Admission Standards and Limited Number of Courses that can be taken

  • Some blended Advanced Placement/College Credit Courses


Enrollment summary by sector expanding delivery e learning in ohio annual report december 2006 l.jpg

Technology Enhanced/Based Education

Enrollment Summary by SectorExpanding Delivery: e-Learning in Ohio Annual report December 2006


Distance learning as a percentage of total enrollment by sector l.jpg

Technology Enhanced/Based Education

Distance Learning as a Percentage of Total Enrollment by Sector

Expanding Delivery: e-Learning in Ohio Annual report December 2006


Distance learning as a percentage of total enrollment within 2 year sector l.jpg
Distance Learning as a Percentage of Total Enrollment within 2-Year Sector

Technology Enhanced/Based Education

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide14 l.jpg

innovation in 2-Year Sector

University Partnership

educational opportunities

Eight University Partners offering more than 40 different bachelor’s and master’s degrees!

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide15 l.jpg

innovation in 2-Year Sector

University Partnership

educational opportunities

Ashland University

Bachelor of Science in Education-Early Childhood Intervention Specialist (PreK-3)

Bachelor of Science in Education-Early Childhood Licensure (PreK-3)

Bachelor of Science in Education-Middle Childhood Licensure (4-9)

Bachelor Plus for Teacher Licensure

Master of Science in Education major in Curriculum and Instruction

Master of Science in Education major in Educational Administration

Master of Science in Education major in Sport Education

Bowling Green State University

Bachelor of Science in Biology

Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science

Associate of Applied Science--Respiratory Care (BGSU Firelands)

Cleveland State University

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Bachelor of Arts in Public Safety Management

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Services Administration

Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies

Master of Education with a Specialization in Educational  Technology

Certificate in Adult Learning and Development

Computer and Technology Teaching Endorsement

Kent State University

Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management with Optional International Business Minor

Master of Business Administration

Master of Library and Information Science

Ohio University

Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies

Bachelor of Specialized Studies

Bachelor of Technical and Applied Studies

Graduate Studies in Engineering Management

The University of Akron

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Bachelor of Science in Automated Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems

Bachelor of Science in Emergency Management

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Postsecondary Technical Education

Bachelor of Science in Sport Science

Bachelor of Science in Surveying and Mapping Technology

Master of Science in Nursing

Master of Science in Nursing (RN to MSN)

The University of Toledo 

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering Technology

Youngstown State University

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science-Allied Health

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science-Criminal Justice

Bachelor of Science in Applied Science-Public Health

Bachelor of Social Work

Master of Health and Human Services

Certificate in Health Care Management

Graduate Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide16 l.jpg

innovation in 2-Year Sector

University Partnership Real Savings

educational opportunities

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide17 l.jpg

INNOVATION ALLIANCE 2-Year Sector

A Partnership Between The University of Akronand Lorain County Community College

Purpose:

Create an unprecedented alliance that will accelerate educational efficiency, knowledge creation, and economic development

  • Three Primary Objectives:

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide18 l.jpg

education 2-Year Sector

economy

community

innovation in

economic development

LCCC’s Entrepreneurship Innovation Center

First Floor: 

LCCC's Entrepreneurship Innovation Institute and Entrepreneur Support Facilities such as Entrepreneur's Corner and other flexible, high-tech meeting rooms with wireless and videoconferencing capabilities. 

Second Floor: 

GLIDE, Flexible Incubation Space for Growing Companies

Third Floor: 

Flexible Incubation Space and currently under development: 

Computer Simulation Lab in Nanotechnology.

cultural


Slide19 l.jpg

education 2-Year Sector

economy

community

innovation in

economic development

TeleTech to Bring 800 Jobs to Lorain County

“Lorain County Community College and available workspace was part of why the company chose Lorain County, in addition Lorain County has the workforce with the right work ethic and the right team.”

Charles Koskovich

Senior Vice President, Teletech

cultural


Slide20 l.jpg

education 2-Year Sector

economy

community

cultural

innovation in

economic development

  • A partnership between LCCC, Lorain County Chamber of Commerce, Lorain County Commissioners.

  • Designated as an Edison Center Technology Incubator (June, 2006); only one a community college campus

  • Partner in Regional Economic Development Priorities

  • Focus: To support and grow entrepreneurs and companies to create and retain good jobs in Northeast Ohio.

  • Comprehensive Business Support System across the Innovation Continuum.


Slide21 l.jpg

innovation in 2-Year Sector

education

economy

community

cultural

economic development

Magnet, Jumpstart, & Bioenterprise

GLIDE

(Great Lakes Innovation & Development Enterprise)

Akron Industrial Incubator

Braintree Partners

Youngstown Industrial Incubator

Edison Center Partners


Slide22 l.jpg

Investment Return 2-Year Sector

education

economy

community

cultural

innovation in

economic development


Slide23 l.jpg

education 2-Year Sector

economy

community

cultural

Innovation Fund

The LCCC Foundation Innovation Fund provides financial support to entrepreneurs and emerging businesses to turn good technology ideas into a viable businesses, while creating entrepreneurial educational opportunities for students and faculty.

  • Contributions to Innovation Fund are tax-deductible

  • Unique – LCCC Foundation is the only entity in the nation with a Private Letter Ruling for this purpose

  • Provides pre-seed capital to businesses and educational opportunity for students

  • Businesses receive enhanced management services through GLIDE

  • Serves all of Northeast Ohio

  • Awards may be up to $100,000

Funding Committed

LCCC Foundation: $600K

Local Foundations: $250K

State through Third Frontier ESP Project: $400K

Funding Goal:

$1-$2 million per year


Slide24 l.jpg

Process Flow 2-Year Sector

Cycle 2 to date

(1)

INQUIRE

(2)

APPLY

(3)

REVIEW

205 Inquiries

19 Applications

Submitted

13 No Go’s

6 Go’s

Opened: October 1, 2007

Closed: December 31, 2007

(4)

EVALUATE

(5)

DECIDE

(6)

IMPLEMENT

April 2008

3 No’s

3 Recommended

March, 2008


Slide25 l.jpg

LCCC’s Entrepreneurship Education Continuum 2-Year Sector

(Demonstration Model for President’s High Growth Job Training Initiative - Department of Labor)

Advanced Degree

Feeder System

Associate Degree

Certificate of Proficiency in Entrepreneurship

(32 Semester Hours)

Non-Credit Offerings

University Partnership Bachelor and Master Degree Offerings in Business as well as High-Growth Industries

K-12 Programs

Student-run Enterprises

Associate of Applied Business Entrepreneurship Major

Ohio’s first associate degree in Entrepreneurship

Community Outreach Programs

Support System

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide26 l.jpg

innovation in 2-Year Sector

community & culture

community

  • LCCC’s Library/Community Resource Center

  • Public Services Institute / Joint Center for Policy Research

culture

  • C. Paul Stocker Fine Arts and Humanities Center

  • International Initiatives

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide27 l.jpg

community 2-Year Sector

ECONOMY: $5 MILLION

Innovation Fund

To help entrepreneurs in high-growth/high-tech areas turn an idea into a viable business

New Economy Fund

To build talent, businesses and jobs in new industries and help existing businesses growth

COMMUNITY AND CULTURE: $3 MILLION

LCCC’S LIBRARY/COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTER FUND

to enhance LCCC’s newest campus addition

C. Paul Stocker Humanities and Fine Arts Center Fund

to enhance cultural and performing arts programming

EDUCATION: $5 MILLION

Educational Opportunities Fund

to increase student access, affordability and attainment

LCCC’s University Partnership Endowment

To ensure expanded program offerings

STEM2 Opportunities Fund

To support programs focused on science, technology, engineering, math and medical curriculums and careers

Transformations

A Campaign for Lorain County Community College

and its University Partnership

Goal: $15 million

NEW OPPORTUNITES ENDOWMENT FUND - $2 MILLION

To allow the College to pursue new opportunities that will meeting the needs of the region and direct funding toward special projects and initiatives the enhances learning and services and of LCCC.

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide28 l.jpg

Resources and Tools 2-Year Sector

  • AQIP

  • Vision 2015

  • Indicators of Effectiveness & Benchmarking

  • Six Sigma

  • Academic Transformation/Course Redesign

  • Operations Systems Review

  • Assessment of Student Learning

  • Human resources

education

economy

community

cultural


Slide29 l.jpg

education 2-Year Sector

Lorain County Community College

economy

An innovative leader in education, economic, community and cultural development

community

culture


ad