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California Community Colleges An Overview of Workforce Development. Presented by: José Millan, Vice Chancellor California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office jmillan@cccco.edu | 916.323.2783 . Publicly Funded Higher Education in California. Education Master Plan (1960)

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california community colleges an overview of workforce development

California Community CollegesAn Overview of Workforce Development

Presented by:

José Millan, Vice Chancellor

California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office

jmillan@cccco.edu | 916.323.2783

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Publicly Funded Higher Education in California

  • Education Master Plan (1960)
    • University of California (10 universities)
    • California State University (23 universities)
    • California Community Colleges (112 colleges)
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California Community Colleges | Multiple Missions

  • Academic and vocational instruction
  • Remedial instruction/Basic Skills
  • Adult non-credit instruction/community service
  • Economic growth and global competitiveness
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California Community Colleges | Structure

Board of

Governors

Chancellor

Chancellor

Staff

Board of

Trustees

Districts

(72)

Colleges

(112)

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Chancellor’s Office | 9 Divisions

  • Economic Development and Workforce Preparation Division— 3 Units
  • Career Technical Education (CTE)
  • Economic and Workforce Development (EWD)
  • Nursing and Allied Health (NAH)
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Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) Program | Types of Projects

  • Strategic Initiative Centerslong-term, multi-region
  • Industry-Driven Regional Collaborativesshort-term, local control, specific to local area needs
  • Job Development Incentive Trainingshort-term, specific to local needs, create opportunities for entry-level jobs for welfare aid recipients
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Economic and Workforce Development ProgramInitiative Centers Located Throughout the State

51 centers based at community college campuses representing ten strategic initiatives:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Advanced Transportation
  • Bio Technology
  • Contract Education
  • Environmental
  • Health
  • International Trade
  • Multimedia
  • Small Business Development
  • Workplace Learning
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Career Technical Education (CTE)Definition

A program of study that integrates core academic knowledge with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with a clear pathway to pursue successful postsecondary education and careers.

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Career Technical Education

California Community Colleges offer over thousands of CTE degrees and certificates that will directly lead to employment in anywhere from 1 semester to 2 years.

In 2007-08, the California Community Colleges issued 50,877 awards (AA/AS Degrees and All Credit Certificates)

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California Community CollegesQuestions?

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  • Presented by:
  • José Millan, Vice Chancellor
  • California Community Colleges, Chancellor’s Office
  • jmillan@cccco.edu | 916.323.2783