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California Community Colleges Contribution to Jobs and the Economy. Division Strategy - DRAFT Van Ton-Quinlivan Vice Chancellor, Workforce & Economic Development [email protected] Draft as of 1/15/2012. Our National Crisis: “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs” .

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California community colleges contribution to jobs and the economy

California Community Colleges Contribution to Jobs and the Economy

Division Strategy - DRAFT

Van Ton-Quinlivan

Vice Chancellor, Workforce & Economic Development

[email protected]

Draft as of 1/15/2012

California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students


Clinton global initiative america june 2011 do we have a structural skills mismatch

Our National Crisis: “Jobs, Jobs, Jobs”

Clinton Global Initiative – America (June 2011)Do we have a structural skills mismatch?

California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students

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Jobs and the economy weigh heavily on californian minds

Jobs and the Economy Weigh Heavily on Californian Minds

“Thinking about the state as a whole,

what do you think is the most important issue facing people in California today?”

Source: Public Policy Institute of California , Californians & Their Government, September 2011, page 7.

California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students


Are community c olleges p art of the solution

Are Community Colleges Part of the Solution?

Division Goals:

  • Supply in-demand skills for employers

  • Create relevant pathways and stackable credentials

  • Get Californians into open jobs

  • Ensure student success

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Are community c olleges p art of the solution1

Are Community Colleges Part of the Solution?

LOCAL DECISION MAKING

REGIONAL ECONOMIES

Division Goals:

  • Supply in-demand skills for employers

  • Create relevant pathways and stackable credentials

  • Get Californians into open jobs

  • Ensure student success

STATE FOCUS ON

COMPETITIVE AND EMERGING SECTORS

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California community colleges contribution to jobs and the economy

DOING What Matters ™ for Jobs & the Economy

Four prongs. Two-year campaign.

California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students | Van Ton-Quinlivan [email protected],edu


Skill panels as a standard process

Skill panels as a standard process

  • ROLLOUT

  • CCCCO designates a sector navigator, if needed, to coordinate complexity

  • Inventorycommunity college assets where there is expertise/capabilities/capacity to address labor market need

  • Identify the partners: employers, unions, regions, agencies (CDE, CC, CSU, UC, CWIB, local WIBs, ETP, EDD, etc.), other

  • Convene partners into skills panel to beget these deliverables:

    • Model curriculum definition/approval

    • Define career pathway or systems of stackable credential articulation, including contextualized basic skills

    • Map to career readiness assessment

    • Insert career guidance module into CACareerCafé.com and WhoDoUWant2B.com

  • Propose funding framework to build out blueprint (RFA should include common metrics)

SCAN

Identify unmet labor market need

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Discussion questions

Discussion Questions

California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students

Clarifications?

Can this 4-part campaign, if done well, achieve the Goals?

What must happen to increase the likelihood of success?

Which stakeholders need to be involved to increase the likelihood of success?

What does this campaign mean for you?


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