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Bridging Related Clusters & Family and Consumer Sciences: Unlimited Careers. Sally Combs Educational Solutions. Clusters. Education, Arts, Retail, Hospitality and Tourism, and Human Services. Development Process. Project Development Timeline for implementation Goals of project

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    1. Bridging Related Clusters & Family and Consumer Sciences: Unlimited Careers

    2. Sally CombsEducational Solutions

    3. Clusters • Education, Arts, Retail, Hospitality and Tourism, and Human Services

    4. DevelopmentProcess • Project Development • Timeline for implementation • Goals of project • Education Review Panel • Labor market trends for Georgia • Existing courses • Program articulation to postsecondary institutions

    5. Approved courses, 1999-200 • Orientation to Life Skills and Careers • Family, Career, and Communities • Housing and Interiors • Family and Consumer Sciences Issues and Applications

    6. Approved courses, Cont. • Food Chemistry and Nutrition • Early Childhood, Education, and Services I and II • Nutrition

    7. Elder Care I & II Home and Family Management Technology I & II Textile and Fashion Technology Food Service Occupations I & II Parenting for Success Child Development and Parenting Consumer Economics Approved Courses, Cont.

    8. Colleges and University Programs • Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College College Transfer Program • Family & Consumer Sciences • Child & Family Development • Early Childhood Education • Fashion Merchandising • Foods & Nutrition • Food Service Management • Home Economics Education • Interior Design/Home Furnishings

    9. College and University Programs • Fort Valley State University • Family and Consumer Sciences • Food and Nutrition • Child Development Associate Degree Program in Infant and Child Development

    10. College and University Programs • Georgia Southern University • Child and Family Development • Interior Design • Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design • Family & Consumer Sciences Education • Nutrition and Food Science

    11. College and University Programs • Georgia State University • Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Hospitality Administration • Bachelor’s of Social Work • MBA with a major in Personal Financial Planning

    12. College and University Programs • Georgia State University • Didactic Program in Dietetics • Dietetic Internship • Dietetic Internship with Masters

    13. College and University Programs • University of Georgia Child and Family Development Child and Family Development Early Childhood Education PK-2 Child Life Emphasis (health care) Foods and Nutrition Dietetics Consumer Foods Nutrition Science

    14. College and University Programs • University of Georgia • Housing and Consumer Education • Consumer Economics • Consumer Economics, Family Financial Management • Consumer Journalism • Housing

    15. College and University Programs • University of Georgia • College of Education • Family and Consumer Sciences Education

    16. College and University Programs • University of Georgia • Textiles , Merchandising, and Interiors • Fashion Merchandising • Furnishings and Interiors • Masters • Textile Science • Historic Costume • Merchandising Ph.D. in Textile Science

    17. University of Georgia • Family and Consumer Sciences Proposed New Majors Family Financial Management Residential Property Management Infant-Pre-K Early Childhood Education

    18. Statistical Employment Data Georgia Department of Labor Occupational Trends for Family and Consumer Sciences Related Jobs

    19. Georgia Department of Labor • Fastest-Growing Occupations • Social & Human Service Assistants • Tax Preparers

    20. Georgia Department of Labor • Largest Job Growth • Customer Service Representatives • Food Prep and Serving Workers • Teacher Assistants • Supervisors of Retail Sales Workers • Child Care Workers

    21. Georgia Department of Labor • Most Annual Openings • Food Prep and Serving Workers • Customer Service Representatives • Sales Representatives • Elementary School Teachers and Special Ed. Teachers • Child Care Workers • Teacher Assistants

    22. Georgia Department of Labor • Largest Declines • Sewing Machine Operators • Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks • Dining Room/Cafeteria Attendants/Bar Helpers

    23. Georgia Department of Labor • Master’s Degree • HOT –Educational, Vocational, & School Counselors • School Counselors • Social Scientists and Related Workers • Archivists, Curators, & Museum Technicians

    24. Georgia Department of Labor • Work Experience With a Bachelor’s Degree • Hot Financial Managers • Hot Management Analysts • Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary • Social and Community Service Managers • Hot Education Administrators, Postsecondary

    25. Georgia Department of Labor Bachelor’s Degree All Hot Jobs

    26. HOT JOBS • Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers • Financial Services Sales Agents • Insurance Sales Agents

    27. Hot Jobs • Special Education, Preschool, Kindergarten, & Elementary School • Teachers, Primary Secondary, Adult, All Others • Financial Specialists

    28. Hot Jobs • Instructional Coordinators, Counselors, Social and Religious Workers • Special Ed Teachers, Secondary Schools

    29. Georgia Department of Labor • Associate’s Degree • Social Science Technicians

    30. Georgia Department of Labor • Postsecondary Training • Real Estate Sales

    31. Georgia Department of Labor • Work Experience in a Related Occupation Supervisors of Food Prep and Serving Workers Postsecondary Vocational Teachers Food Service Managers Supervisors of Housekeeping

    32. Work Experience in a Related Occupation • Vocational Education Secondary, Chefs and Head Cooks • Supervisor, Protective Service Worker, all other

    33. Georgia Department of Labor • Long-term On-the-job Training • Faster than average Growth • Cooks, Restaurant • Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria • HOT Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigations • Textile, Apparel,& Furnishings Workers

    34. Georgia Department of Labor • Moderate-term on-the-job-training • Faster than average growth • Social & Human Service Assistants • Bakers • Tax Preparers • Demonstrators & Product Promoters

    35. Georgia Department of Labor • Short-term on-the job Training • Faster than average growth • Food Prep and Service Workers • Customer Service Representatives • Child Care Workers • Teacher Assistants • Receptionists and Information Clerks • Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks • Food Servers, Non-restaurant • Protective Services Workers • Fitness Trainers • Library Technicians

    36. Traditional FACS Courses • Orientation to Life Skills & Careers • Family, Career, & Communities • Textiles & Fashion Technology • Nutrition

    37. Traditional FACS Courses, Cont. • Home and Family Management Technology I And II • Housing and Interiors • Child Development and Parenting

    38. Courses Dropped from the Board List • Orientation to Life Skills and Careers • Family, Career, and Communities • Housing and Interiors • Nutrition • Family & Consumer Sciences Issues and Applications

    39. Courses Dropped from the Board List • Elder Care I & II • Home and Family Management Technology I & II • Textiles & Fashion Technology • Food Service Occupations I & II • Parenting for Success

    40. Non-Specialized Program Pathway Choices • Middle School FACS Connections • Foundations of FACS I • Foundations of FACS II • Consumer Economics • Child Development and Parenting • Food Science and Nutrition • Family & Consumer Sciences Co-op,Internship I & II

    41. FACS Programs of Study (pathways) Early Childhood Education and Services • Teacher Apprenticeship training program • College track, non-education focus • Early Childhood Education

    42. FACS Programs of Study (pathways) • Interior Design • Family Services • Nutrition and Wellness • Consumer Services • Professional Foods

    43. Career/Education Plans • Commonalities • Foundational level course for 9th grade • At least two upper level specialty courses • Work-based learning (WBL) • Opportunity for WBL through internships, apprenticeship, or other forms of WBL • Meets graduation requirement for 4 credits in Career & Tech Ed

    44. ICP Example

    45. Why Career Guidance? • Career Development is a lifelong process by which individuals define and redefine career-related choices and outcomes.(NOICC, March 1994)

    46. Teacher-as -Advisor Program (TAP) • A guidance delivery system Whereby large student populations are grouped in smaller pods to receive guidance services including academic development, personal/social development and career development facilitated by local school personnel.

    47. Why? Students • Need help to enter a rewarding career • Need a hopeful vision of the future • Need the opportunity to experience the world of work

    48. Why? Students • Need to recognize the link between the world of work and education • Need to know that postsecondary education is required in many occupations

    49. Why? Students • Need to recognize that the expectation is for them to become productive citizens • Need to know that they will change jobs several times in their lifetime