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Cradle 2 Career. EDUCATION = EMPLOYMENT. Economic Club of Jackson December 9, 2013. Presenters: Kevin Oxley, Superintendent, Jackson County Intermediate School District Monica Moser, President and CEO, Jackson Community Foundation Irene Ellison LeCrone, Coordinator of Cradle to Career. WHY?.

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education employment

Cradle 2 Career

EDUCATION = EMPLOYMENT

Economic Club of Jackson

December 9, 2013

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Presenters:Kevin Oxley, Superintendent, Jackson County Intermediate School DistrictMonica Moser, President and CEO, Jackson Community FoundationIrene Ellison LeCrone, Coordinator of Cradle to Career

time for a culture of true engagement
Time for a Culture of True Engagement
  • Schools are inviting engagement
  • Community members are realizing the need to accept the invitation
  • An honest discussion of the challenges and successes is taking place
  • Defining engagement through actions, not commentary
making the case
Making the Case

Must be urgency for change around this issue.

Key Talking Points:

  • A direct correlation to economic development
  • Current approaches need revision and coordination
  • Potential for additional resources for community
  • A framework exists (LCANs)
making the case for greater focus on the school to career pipeline
Making the Case for Greater Focus on the School to Career Pipeline
  • The College and Career Access Center
  • Partnerships with JAMA, SCMW!, JA and the Career Center
  • Intentional Local School District/Business Partnerships
  • Purpose brings motivation
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How ?

THE COLLECTIVEIMPACT

SOLUTION

there are several types of problems
There Are Several Types of Problems

Complex

Simple

Complicated

Educating Youth

Following a Recipe

Sending a Rocket to the Moon

Social sector treats problems as simple or complicated

Source: Adapted from “Getting to Maybe”

it takes more than programs
IT TAKES MORE THAN PROGRAMS

Isolated intervention brings only isolated impact

Isolated Impact

Collective Impact

“Collective Impact,” Stanford Social Innovation Review, John Kania and Mark Kramer, 2011

five elements of collective impact
Five Elements of Collective Impact

Common Agenda

Shared Measurement

Mutually Reinforcing Activities

Continuous Communication

Backbone Organizations

aligning organizations
Aligning Organizations

INDIVIDUAL ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES

COLLABORATIVE ACTION

ACTIVITIES IN ALIGNMENT

c2c goals
C2C Goals
  • Purpose
  • Preparation
  • Support
  • Post High School Education
  • Ready for the Work Force
how did

HOW DID

GET STARTED?

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Cradle 2 Career Executive Committee

Jackson Community Foundation

South Central Michigan Works!

College and Career Access Center

Jackson Citizens for Economic Growth

Jackson County Education Association

Jackson County Chamber of Commerce

Jackson Area Manufacturers Association

Jackson County Higher Education Alliance

Jackson County Superintendent’s Association

  • United Way of Jackson County
  • Community Action Agency
  • Great Start Collaborative
  • Jackson District Library
  • Jackson County ISD
  • Enterprise Group
  • Jackson County
  • City of Jackson
  • Promise Zone

“Common Agenda” Partners

what is1

WHAT IS

DOING?

early childhood success goal

Early Childhood Success Goal:

All children are prepared

to enter kindergarten

elementary school success goals

Elementary School Success Goals:

Reading and Math proficiency by

4th grade

Improvement in

School attendance

middle school success goal

Middle School Success Goal:

Students will be

academically,

socially, emotionally

and organizationally

prepared to be

successful in

high school & beyond

post secondary success goals

Post Secondary Success Goals:

Enrollment

Valuable

Credentials

cradle 2 career

Cradle 2 Career

Irene Ellison LeCrone

(517) 787-1321

ilecrone.c2c@jacksoncf.org

www.jacksonc2c.org