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Journey to Jobs Initiative : The transformation strategy to develop, attract and retain talent. Central New York Region presented by Lenore Sealy, Executive Director Onondaga County Workforce Investment Board. Central New York – 5 county region.

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journey to jobs initiative the transformation strategy to develop attract and retain talent

Journey to Jobs Initiative: The transformation strategy to develop, attract and retain talent

Central New York Region

presented by

Lenore Sealy, Executive Director

Onondaga County Workforce Investment Board

central new york 5 county region
Central New York – 5 county region
  • Formally established in 1966 through Regional Planning and Development Board
  • Proximity to the intersection of Interstates 81 and 90
  • Commutation patterns link all five counties to the Syracuse MSA
  • Shared history, demographics, natural resources, and business challenges
  • Significant concentrations of colleges and universities
issues facing cny region
Issues facing CNY region

It’s all about talent…

  • 40-50% eligible to retire by 2010
  • Feb 2007 CNY labor force 1.1% less than one year ago
  • In 2004, population in the 20-34 age range fell 27.2% in Onondaga County
  • 70% of future jobs will require beyond HS education
  • NYS reported 67% graduation rates in 2004; 50% of African Americans, and 15% of Hispanic students in the upstate urban cohort graduated
  • In CNY the availability of a skilled workforce is a deciding factor in business attraction
organizations focused on programs
Organizations focused on programs

Business

Economic Development

Workforce Development

Education

organizations focused on programs6
Organizations focused on programs

Business

Economic Development

Workforce Development

Education

organizations focused on programs7
Organizations focused on programs

Economic Development

Business

Workforce Development

Education

organizations focused on programs8
Organizations focused on programs

Economic Development

Business

Workforce Development

Education

organizations focused on programs9
Organizations focused on programs

Economic Development

Business

Workforce Development

Education

organizations focused on programs10

Region focused on progress

Central New York

Organizations focused on programs

Economic Development

Business

Workforce Development

Education

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Energy and EnvironmentalSystems

AdvancedManufacturing

InformationManagement

HealthCare

Biotechnology/Bioprocessing

Experience/Undergrad to PhD

Experience/Undergrad to Masters

Undergrad

Certificate,

License,

Associates

Degree

HS Diploma,

License

7 - 11

K - 6

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Some decisionsre:science/math choices

Core skills

focused on economic vitality
…focused on economic vitality
  • Economic Drivers:
  • Biotechnology /Bioprocessing
  • Energy and Environmental Systems
  • Health Care
  • Information Management
  • Advanced Manufacturing

Central New York

focused on drivers
… focused on drivers

The Goal:

Fortify economic drivers

Central New York

focused on talent
… focused on talent

Strategy:Develop, attract,

and retain talent

Central New York

actions to implement strategy
Actions to implement strategy
  • Actions:
  • Develop entrepreneurship supports
  • Create and expand a continuum of education and training
  • Increase worker credentialing
  • Build business capacity through employer training
  • Apply literacy contextualized to work and life skills
  • Promote and expand opportunities for internships/mentoring/job shadowing
  • Increase regional awareness of economic drivers and related career pathways within/outside the region
  • Align and leverage regional capacity through replication and assessment

Central New York

cny model for transformation
CNY Model for Transformation
  • Actions:
  • Develop entrepreneurship supports
  • Create and expand a continuum of education and training
  • Increase worker credentialing
  • Build business capacity through employer training
  • Apply literacy contextualized to work and life skills
  • Promote and expand opportunities for internships/mentoring/job shadowing
  • Increase regional awareness of economic drivers and related career pathways within/outside the region
  • Align and leverage regional capacity through replication and assessment

EconomicDrivers:

AdvancedManufacturing

InformationManagement

Biotechnology/

Bioprocessing

Energyand

Environment

Health

Care

Strategy:

Develop, attractand retain talent

  • Goal:
  • Fortify economic drivers

Feedback Loop for Continuous Improvement

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Career Realization/Talent Projects

Education/Training/Advanced Education Projects

Energy and EnvironmentalSystems

AdvancedManufacturing

InformationManagement

HealthCare

Biotechnology

Educational Pathways

Skills Mapping/Work Readiness Certificate

Career Exploration

Experience/Undergrad to PhD

Experience/Undergrad to Masters

Undergrad

Certificate,

License,

Associates

Degree

HS Diploma,

License

7 - 11

K - 6

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Job

Some decisionsre:science/math choices

Core skills

actions for transformation
Actions for transformation
  • Develop entrepreneurship supports
    • Request $ 250,000
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Support entrepreneur competitions, e.g. Stardust Institute for Innovation at Cayuga Community College
      • Implement programs increasing the attraction and retention of diverse and new American entrepreneurs and professionals
      • Research and academic support for entrepreneurial efforts
    • Leveraged resources
      • Small Business Development programs, e.g. OCC and SUNY Oswego
      • Women’s Business Innovation Center
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Actions for transformation

  • Create and expand a continuum of education and training for new and incumbent workers for the five economic drivers
    • Request $ 1,039,179
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Online regional database of education/training opportunities
      • Increased support for literacy contextualized in work settings
      • Educational programs around emerging science and technology transfer, e.g. Renewable Energy/Climate Control Technology at SUNY ESF and Biotechnology Degree program at TC3
    • Leveraged resources
      • Existing ESOL programs to build incumbent worker programs
      • Database information architecture exists
actions for transformation20
Actions for transformation
  • Increase worker credentialing
    • Request $ 887,820
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Expand certificate, credentialing and skill building programs to help individuals find employment
      • Explore certificates as additional graduation outcomes
      • Develop ‘work ready’ communities
    • Leveraged resources
      • Existing career ladder maps (research science, health care, energy)
      • Existing WorkKeys, Certificate of Workforce Competency, and National Work Readiness Credential
actions for transformation21
Actions for transformation
  • Build business capacity through employer training
    • Request $ 565,500
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Develop programs for business leadership addressing changing workforce and global marketplace needs
      • Create inter-institutional and cross-sectional professional exchanges, e.g. Speaker Series
      • Funds to support implementation coaches
    • Leveraged resources
      • Training grants e.g. WIA funds, IEP, private business funds
      • Speaker programs through local colleges, universities, and professional associations
actions for transformation22
Actions for transformation
  • Apply literacy contextualized to work and life skills
    • Request $ 116,160
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Develop a strategic plan (2008) with measurable and acceptable outcome indicators
      • Promote community awareness and action
      • Improved life and work skills for immigrant populations
      • Improved technology literacy for aged 50+ workforce
      • Teachers in the workplace to build curriculum
      • Use of technology to expand regional instructional capacity
    • Leveraged resources
      • Family Literacy Alliance Greater Syracuse
      • Regional school district/BOCES literacy programs
actions for transformation23
Actions for transformation
  • Promote and expand opportunities forinternships/mentoring/job shadowing
    • Request $ 468,750
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Expand and maintain a database containing internships/mentoring/job shadowing opportunities
      • Expand paid opportunities for job seekers, professionals, and high school and college students
      • Build regional capacity via skills transfer through mentoring opportunities engaging 50+ and diverse workforce
    • Leveraged resources
      • Private business funding
      • Existing internship programs and services, e.g. Project Ion, individual college career planning and placement offices
      • WIA programs for at-risk youths
      • Middle/High school level mentoring and job shadow programs
actions for transformation24
Actions for transformation
  • Increase regional awareness of economic drivers and related career pathways within and outside the region
    • Request $ 259,000
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Establish online career ladder maps for each of the economic drivers
      • Develop, market, and maintain educational support materials
      • Promote continuum of technical and professional opportunities
    • Leveraged resources
      • Existing career ladder maps
      • NYS DOL career ladder grant to Onondaga and Cayuga-Cortland WIBs
actions for transformation25
Actions for transformation
  • Align and leverage regional capacity through replication and assessment
    • Request $ 947,600
    • Collaborative projects such as
      • Survey current and future skills requirements, ascertain needs, fill gaps
      • Leverage National Advisory Board’s expertise in assessment, sustainability, and replication for continuous improvement
      • Communicate programmatic successes and best practice models
      • Implement response team as a catalyst for economic opportunities
    • Leveraged resources
      • J2J Team and work groups
cny model for transformation27
CNY Model for Transformation
  • Actions:
  • Develop entrepreneurship supports
  • Create and expand a continuum of education and training
  • Increase worker credentialing
  • Build business capacity through employer training
  • Apply literacy contextualized to work and life skills
  • Promote and expand opportunities for internships/mentoring/job shadowing
  • Increase regional awareness of economic drivers and related career pathways within/outside the region
  • Align and leverage regional capacity through replication and assessment

EconomicDrivers:

AdvancedManufacturing

InformationManagement

Biotechnology/

Bioprocessing

Energyand

Environment

Health

Care

Strategy:

Develop, attractand retain talent

  • Goal:
  • Fortify economic drivers

Feedback Loop for Continuous Improvement

building on success

National Advisory Board

  • Lead Agency
  • Project Office
  • Project Director
  • Support Staff

WorkplaceDiversity &

Inclusion

Aged 50+ Workforce

IncumbentWorkerSupport

UniversityCommunityPartnerships

Science, Technology, Engineering &Math (STEM)

Measuresand Modelsfor Success

LiteracyAcross theLifespan

Career &TechnicalWorkerTraining

CareerMobility

WorkforceCredentialing

Building on success

Journey to Jobs Initiative

Project Management Structure

J2J Leadership Team

measures of success
Measures of success

Goal:

Fortify economic drivers

Business growth in economic drivers

Strategy:

Develop, attract, retain talent

  • Develop: Number of people employed
  • Attract and Retain: Labor workforce growth
  • Number of collaborative projects successfully completed

Regional:

Existing performance measures

  • DOL Common Measures:
    • Increased retention
    • Average earnings

Implementation:

Collaborative Work Group Projects

  • Measures and Models team will help develop and roll up measures of success
  • Examples of measures include:
  • Number of internships/mentoring/job shadows
  • Number of certificates issued/graduation rates
  • Number of small businesses assisted
  • Improved literacy
  • Number of successful class completions
  • Career ladders used by MS-college
  • Improved customer satisfaction
cny impact
CNY Impact

Stem loss in labor force through attraction and retention

Build capacity by actively engaging mature, immigrant, and diverse worker populations

Improve graduationrates for all students

Increase business attraction in

economic drivers

Increase responsivenessthrough regional cooperation