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Doing What Matters for Jobs & the Economy AN ALL–STAR APPROACH. Presented by California Community College Chancellor's Office & San Diego & Imperial Counties (SDICCCA). The Win-Win for Colleges Operating Regionally!. CCCCO Initiative San Diego/Imperial Regional Approach

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    1. Doing What Matters for Jobs & the Economy AN ALL–STAR APPROACH Presented by California Community College Chancellor's Office & San Diego & Imperial Counties (SDICCCA)

    2. The Win-Win for Colleges Operating Regionally!

    3. CCCCO Initiative • San Diego/Imperial Regional Approach • Sector Resources • Communication and Coordination • Lessons Learned • Questions? Doing What Matters for Jobs & the Economy

    4. The Pressures on CIOs Your scorecard: Do students transfer? Do students complete? Do students complete and go to work? Your constraints: Limited resources Limited hours in a day • Why work regionally? • Better completion outcomes • Better employment outcomes California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students

    5. Funding Rewards Teams $19M SB 1070 K-12 Local WIBs Industry $250M Pathway Trust College College College College $25M AB 86 Adult Ed College College $500M Federal TAACCCT K-12 Local WIBs Industry Federal Perkins Blueprint?

    6. Support to CIOs $19M SB 1070 K-12 Local WIBs Industry $250M Pathway Trust College College College College $25M AB 86 Adult Ed College College $500M Federal TAACCCT K-12 Local WIBs Industry Federal Perkins Blueprint?

    7. San Diego and Imperial Counties Community College Association

    8. San Diego City MiraCosta Cuyamaca San Diego Miramar Grossmont Palomar Imperial Valley Southwestern San Diego Mesa SDICCCA Colleges

    9. Workforce Development Council

    10. Meets monthly – Friday mornings • Includes: Designated Occupational Deans WEDD Deans/Directors Consortium staff Faculty • Open to others! Workforce Development Council (WDC)

    11. Establish & implement regional structure • Redesign & enhance website • Refine sector selection process • Establish, implement & support regional sector advisory committees • Support use of data/data collection to improve student success rates at the regional level Regional Consortium Goals 2013-14

    12. Priority: • Health (DSN Grossmont) • Biotech/Life Sciences (DSN Miramar) • Advanced Transportation/Renewables (DSN Miramar) Emergent: • Advanced Manufacturing (DSN City) • ICT/Digital Media (DSN City) Locally Designated: • Small Business (DSN MiraCosta) • International Trade/Logistics (DSN Southwestern) San Diego-Imperial Sectors

    13. 10 statewide Sector Navigators • 7 Deputy Sector Navigators for our region • Regional Consortium Chair & Coordinator • Center of Excellence/LMI for our region • WDC – Operations unit for the region Sector Support

    14. DWM Leadership Team DWM Communication and Coordination

    15. Monthly meetings • Consortium Website • Decision-making process • Sector selection • Regional response to competitive funding • Regional advisory committees • Program approvals DWM Communication and Coordination

    16. Strengthen communication • Empower existing groups -- not create new ones • Shed college hat • Appreciate benefits of working regionally Lessons Learned

    17. Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor, CCCCO, vtquinlivan@cccco.edu • Cris McCullough, Dean, CCCCO, cmccullough@cccco.edu • Sunita Cooke, SDICCCA lead, sunita.cooke@gcccd.edu • Mary Benard, Regional CIO lead, mbenard@miracosta.edu • Margie Fritch, Regional Workforce Development Dean lead, mfritch@sdccd.edu • Mary Wylie, Regional Consortium Chair, marywylie2011@aol.com Contact Information

    18. Regional Consortium Questions? Thank You!