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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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Doing What Matters for Jobs & the Economy AN ALL–STAR APPROACH Presented by California Community College Chancellor's Office & San Diego & Imperial Counties (SDICCCA)
CCCCO Initiative • San Diego/Imperial Regional Approach • Sector Resources • Communication and Coordination • Lessons Learned • Questions? Doing What Matters for Jobs & the Economy
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
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?
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?
San Diego City MiraCosta Cuyamaca San Diego Miramar Grossmont Palomar Imperial Valley Southwestern San Diego Mesa SDICCCA Colleges
Meets monthly – Friday mornings • Includes: Designated Occupational Deans WEDD Deans/Directors Consortium staff Faculty • Open to others! Workforce Development Council (WDC)
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
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
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
DWM Leadership Team DWM Communication and Coordination
Monthly meetings • Consortium Website • Decision-making process • Sector selection • Regional response to competitive funding • Regional advisory committees • Program approvals DWM Communication and Coordination
Strengthen communication • Empower existing groups -- not create new ones • Shed college hat • Appreciate benefits of working regionally Lessons Learned
Van Ton-Quinlivan, Vice Chancellor, CCCCO, email@example.com • Cris McCullough, Dean, CCCCO, firstname.lastname@example.org • Sunita Cooke, SDICCCA lead, email@example.com • Mary Benard, Regional CIO lead, firstname.lastname@example.org • Margie Fritch, Regional Workforce Development Dean lead, email@example.com • Mary Wylie, Regional Consortium Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org Contact Information
Regional Consortium Questions? Thank You!