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  1. Fashion Design Manufacturing Merchandising A needed creative pathway focused on STEM and employability skills for a growing market. The consumers are willing to buy if we have the skills to produce.

  2. Cover Letter What do our Fashion Design, Manufacturing, merchandising and Entrepreneur Students have to offer and what do they walk away with after taking our FACS classes? They are innovative, can identify and articulate ideas to reinvent and evolve a business, They are visionary and market-aware, forward thinking and global leaders. They are able to provide direction and appropriate feedback to foster collaboration and productivity, embraces situational leadership. They learn how to be facilitators and give clear, specific directions and explain what and why of their specific fashion responsibilities. They practice working as cooperative teams and work well with all team members, encourages everyone to participate, value all points of view. They learn the value of being easy to approach, warm, pleasant and available treating associates equitably, seeing multiple sides of an issue and are empathetic. They can demonstrate passion, their love of fashion, show intuitive feel for what’s right, relentless about exceeding expectations, know how to grow a business and constantly questions what can be done better . These are the things we want to see our students take into the work force.

  3. Soft Skills/21st Century Skills: Creative & Innovative Critical Thinking Problem Solving Personal Responsibility Decision Making Goal Setting Social Skills Communication Leadership Collaboration Public Speaking

  4. Application of Science & Engineering Learn about chemistry as it relates to textiles properties Use a burn test to identify fibers Determine which fibers will give best results because of chemical structure & physical characteristics Dye fibers and fabrics using different methods Learn how to read and write technically and follow precisely multi-step procedures Interpret quantitative text and use it to create

  5. Application of Science and Engineering Essentially build products to be worn or used using precise dimensions, to create new functions, & fulfill needs Use scientific method to creatively solve design problems Turn an idea and find a way to make it Make hypotheses on what methods will work best for the construction of their design Continuous problem solving

  6. Technology: • Technology used in the classroom • Computerized Sewing & Embroidery Machines • Sergers • Computerized Long-arm Quilting Machines • CAD programs • Adobe Suite • Computers • Design apps • Social media • Smart boards • iPads, iPods & iPhones • Apple TV • Camera • Voice Enhancement System • LCD projectors • Projector • DVD/VCR • Scanner • Personal Response System (clickers)

  7. Integrated of Math in Design Students in these classes regularly use Geometry Graphing Fractions Converting Fractions to Decimals Circle Equations Measurements Multiplication, Addition, Subtraction, & Division Converting 3D measurements into 2D patterns Parallel & Perpendicular Lines Proportion & Scale Costs of Products & Production Basic Business Accounting Interest How to make a profit Mark-up & Mark-downs Percentages Cost per Wear

  8. “Utah’s Own” Fashion and Products “Utah is a four-season world-class travel destination and a premier global business destination. At the nexus of both is the nation’s preeminent outdoor products and recreation industry. Utah’s vibrant outdoor business community has a workforce that is eight times more concentrated than the nation and produces everything from award-winning carbon fiber composite bicycle rims and water skis to essential clothing and outdoor products. In Utah we not only enjoy top tier outdoor products and the best in fashion, we design them for the world to enjoy. Utah is the proud home to many fine companies designing truly world-class products. The following pages showcase a very small selection of fashion and products from Utah-based companies such as Black Diamond, Salomon, Ogio, Utah Woolen Mills, Kuhl, Petzl, Easton, Mr. Mac, Albion and many other fine firms…names you already know or definitely should!” • Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development

  9. Adobeon the Need for Creativity Creativity in Education • http://www.adobe.com/education/creativity-in-education.html#bodycontent1-nerolimediaplayer_split_edu-anthem_708x398-1300.mp4 Creative Candidates Get Hired • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AqX6zwM4f8

  10. Need for a Skilled Work Force Utah Outdoor Retailers Trade Show • Brings 46,000 people • Generates $40 million for the local community • Every month 2-3 outdoor businesses move to Utah looking for a work force. • “Utah is looked upon as an ideal place to operate such companies” • Joel Joseph, Chairman of the Made in the USA Foundation • Salt Lake Tribune

  11. Outdoor Products • Provides 6.1 million American jobs • $646 billion in outdoor rec spending each year • 3rd largest area of annual consumer spending • $39.9 billion in federal tax revenue • Outdoor Industry Association (OIA)

  12. Fashion Industry • Fashion is a global, multi-trillion dollar industry that everyone participates in. According to the BLS on average each household spends $1,700 per year on apparel.

  13. Data found on onetonline.org based on 2014 statistics Career Viability in Utah

  14. Entry Level Careers Sewing Machine Operators • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +10% • Annual Salary: • Low $17,400 • Median $23,200 • High $35,300 Retail Sales • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +20% • Annual Salary: • Low $16,500 • Median $21,600 • High $44,300

  15. Entry to Mid-Level Careers Tailors, Dressmakers & Custom Sewing • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +20% • Annual Salary: • Low $17,700 • Median $25,900 • High $37,500 Upholstery • Projected Growth in next 10 years: 29% • Annual Salary: • Low $20,400 • Median $29,600 • High $38,800 • USA High 50,000

  16. Entry to Mid-Level Careers Merchandising Display • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +23% • Annual Salary: • Low $20,500 • Median $27,800 • High $44,500 Retail Wholesale Buyers • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +23% • Annual Salary: • Low $30,300 • Median $47,800 • High $81,200 • USA High $93,900

  17. Upper Level Careers Fashion Design • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +27% • Annual Salary: • Low $24,900 • Median $43,100 • High $75,400 • USA High 129,400 Pattern Makers • Projected Growth in next 10 years: NA • Annual Salary: • Low $22,000 • Median $41,300 • High $82,600

  18. Upper Level Careers Fashion Editor • Projected Growth in next 10 years: +18% • Annual Salary: • Low $21,400 • Median $45,500 • High $106,600 Marketing Managers • Projected Growth in next 10 years: 32% • Annual Salary: • Low $63,200 • Median $113,00 • High $187,200

  19. Current Fashion Job Openings in Utah Salary Estimates and # of current fashion job openings listed on Indeed.com • $20,000+ (848) • $40,000+ (242) • $60,000+ (100) • $80,000+ (42) • $100,000+ (19) This list is not inclusive of all job openings but a sampling of opportunities in the field and the need for prepared students.

  20. Entrepreneurship According to the US Chamber of Commerce, Utah is ranked 3rd in the nation for Entrepreneurship and Innovation • Freshly Picked - specializing in baby moccasins. • Indy Brand Clothing • Original Armpack • Heated Jacket

  21. Fashion Bloggers Another career relatively ignored by the BLS is the Fashion Blogger. These people have huge realms of influence on social media and companies are willing to pay them very well for advertisement. • For example: A well know Utah based fashion blogger, Pink Peonies by Rachel Parcell, started posting her outfits on social media in high school because she had a passion for fashion. She now has 551,000 followers on Instagram and makes at least $960,000 annually from affiliate commissions.