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Growing our own talent in Washington State. Vision . Translate industry research into best practices Provide system coordination, coaching, and mentoring to assist in building seamless educational and work-related systems Build a competitive workforce for driver industries in Washington State.

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Vision
Vision

  • Translate industry research into best practices

  • Provide system coordination, coaching, and mentoring to assist in building seamless educational and work-related systems

  • Build a competitive workforce for driver industries in Washington State


Centers of excellence
Centers of Excellence

  • CORE EXPECTATIONS

    • Ensure the efficient use of state resources for workforce development activities and initiatives by fostering a culture of cooperation within the Community & Technical College system

    • Provide leadership by representing the Washington Community & Technical College system, local business and industry in state, national and international industry specific forums, activities and economic development initiatives

    • Serve as a resource for the creation and sharing of model curricula, educational pathways, degree/certificate programs, industry specific skill standards and best practices

    • Demonstrate excellence in communication and collaboration while fostering synergistic interconnectedness of Washington’s economic, workforce development and education systems


Partnerships
Partnerships

Office of Superintendent for Public Instruction

  • Education

    • 4-year colleges and universities

    • Community and Technical College system

    • High School

    • Middle School

    • Elementary

  • Various Industry Partners

    • Sellen Construction

    • Farm Bureau

    • FedEx Trade Networks

    • John Deere International

    • The McGregor Company

  • Government

    • Federal and State Agencies

    • Workforce Development Councils

    • Economic Development Councils


Outcomes
Outcomes

  • Maintain Partnerships

  • Provide Training Curriculum

  • Integration of Basic Skills – ABE & ESL

  • Disseminate Industry Information

  • National & Statewide Conferences

  • Help Develop Tech-Prep Articulations

  • Utilize Skill Panel Results


Center of excellence projects
Center of Excellence Projects

  • Agriculture

    • Agriculture Worker Outreach Model

    • Plant Science Career Pathway Diagrams

  • Construction

    • Construction Career Days

    • Bridging the Gap

  • Education

    • Career Pathways Guidebook

    • Professional Development Events


Center of excellence projects1
Center of Excellence Projects

  • International Trade, Transportation, and Logistics

    • Online curriculum development

    • Program Handbook includes I-BEST

  • Allied Health

    • Annual Best Practices Conference

    • Bridging the Gap

  • Washington’s Centers of Excellence

    • I-BEST page on websites

      • What would you like to see on these pages?

    • Coming Soon! I-BEST database on common Center website (www.coewa.com)

      • Searchable by multiple categories, regular updates

      • Challenge: data collection – any best practices?


Curriculum resources
Curriculum Resources

All of the Centers of Excellence host websites with easy access to I-BEST information in industry-specific areas.


I best and the centers of excellence
I-BEST and the Centers of Excellence

  • “Are there ways/strategies for the Centers of Excellence to better support IBEST in the future?”

    • Challenges you are facing

    • Big questions that are coming up

    • Best practices facing challenges

    • Collaborations


Contact information
Contact Information

  • Agriculture

    Jaime Clarke

    jaime.clarke@wwcc.edu

  • Allied Health

    Janet McCann

    jmccann@yvcc.edu

  • Construction

    Shana Peschek

    speschek@rtc.edu

  • Education

    Erik Tingelstad

    etingelstad@greenriver.edu

  • International Trade, Transportation & Logistics

    Caryn Fosnaugh

    cfosnaugh@highline.edu