NCNC 2013 (dates)San Antonio, Texas

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Dr. Federico Zaragoza, Vice Chancellor – Economic and
Workforce Development; [email protected]
San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio,Texas
San Antonio Missions
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The River walk
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The Alamo
The Line in the Sand
"Our business is not to make a fruitless effort to save our lives,
but to choose the manner of our death.“ Col. William Travis
Reclaiming the
American Dream
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5.
Skill Gap and Alignment
Transitions
Access and Equity
Quality
Case Study and Concluding Remarks
Alignment
Credential Outputs
Major Pipeline Outputs
Students Exiting/Entering
Additional Pipeline Inputs
Doctoral Degrees
Professional Degrees
Master’s Degrees
Workforce
Economy
Bachelor’s Degrees
Associate Degrees
One-year PS Cert.
HS Diplomas
Supply Vs. Demand
Skill Gap … Not Enough Middle Skill Technicians
A Hidden Economy of High and Low Education
STEM Jobs Across 100 Largest Metropolitan Areas
Brookings Institute – The Hidden Economy, 2013
Brookings Institute - Middle Skill
Applied Stem Job Growth (2012)
• "As of 2011, 26 million U.S. jobs - 20 percent of all jobs require a high level of knowledge in any one STEM field.“
• "Half of all STEM jobs are available to workers without a fouryear college degree, and these jobs pay $53,000 on average a wage 10 percent higher than jobs with similar educational
requirements.“
• "STEM jobs that require at least a bachelor's degree are highly
clustered in certain metropolitan areas, while sub-bachelor's
STEM jobs are prevalent in every large metropolitan area."
Transitions
7th
100
Graders
76 graduate
in 4 years
40 start college
76 graduate in
4 years
27 start
sophomore year
40 start college
76 graduate in
4 years
18 graduate
college in 4 years
27 start
sophomore year
40 start college
76 graduate in
4 years
Education Weekly March 2005
Higher Education
Low Completion Rates
Top Five Reasons Dropouts Identify as
Major Factors For Leaving School
•
50% - Classes were not interesting
•
43% - Missed too many days and couldn’t catch up
•
42% - Spent time with people who were not interested in school
•
38% - Had too much freedom and not enough rules in my life
•
35% - Was failing in school
- The Silent Epidemic: Perspectives of High School Dropouts - A
Report by Civic Enterprises
Why Community Colleges Are Important
to CTE
• 46% of all U.S. undergraduates
• 50% of new nurses and the majority of health care workers
and 80% of credentialed first responders including
firefighters, EMTs and Police
• More than 50% of minority undergraduates
• 57% of adult learners 40 to 65 years of age
• 70% of FTIC require remedial education
• Largest Workforce education and training providers in the
U.S.
13.3 Million Total Enrollment
(fall 2010)
Enrolled Part
Time
Noncredit
5 Million
58%
8.3 Million
Credit
42%
Enrolled Full
Time
Source: Preliminary data National Center for Education Statistics, 2010. IPEDS Fall Enrollment Survey (AACC
analysis) and AACC membership database (AACC analysis).
American Association of Community Colleges
Community Colleges in the U.S.
Community Colleges Growth by Decade
2012
Total Colleges:
1167
2011
12
2000
49
1990
48
1980
149
1970
497
1960
82
1950
92
1940
58
1930
106
1920
49
1910
25
21st Century CTE
CTE courses increase the graduation rates
increase
We are educating for careers
that have not been created,
using technology not yet
invented to solve problems
that haven’t been discovered.
“Shift Happens,” YouTube
CTE Must Produce World Class
Technicians
Advanced Manufacturing Competency Model
Stackable Certifications
High Quality Middle Class Jobs
Occupation-Specific
Certifications
Entry Level Industry
Certifications
Foundation - Ready for Work, Ready
for College
Foundation 4x4 Pathway For All
CTE Completion Agenda Must Include Industry
Certification
Ready for Work, Ready
for College
Entry Level Industry
Certifications
Occupation-Specific
Certifications
High Quality Middle Class
Jobs
Advanced Manufacturing Competency Model
CTE Completion Agenda Must Include Industry
Certification
Industry
Training and
Certifications
Work/Earn
Pathway
INTERN-SHIP
Dual Credit –
AMTEC CTE
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PATH
PATH
Associates
Degree
APPRENTICE
PROGRAM
APPLIED
STEM (CTE)
PATH
HIGH SCHOOL
9 - 10
MIDDLE
6-8
ELEMENTARY
K–5
PATH
DEVELOP INTEREST
4 X 4 & CAREER INFO
MENTORSHIP
BOOT CAMP
STEM AWARENESS
TOURS
CAREER DAYS
PARENT DAYS
LEADER
TECHNICIAN
HS STEM
TRACK
11 - 12
STEM CANDIDATES
JOB SHADOW
HS INTERNSHIP
PRE ENGINEERING
SUPERVISOR
PRODUCTION
UNIVERSITY
ENGINEERING
TRACK
IND. AUTO
DESIGN
Emerging
AMTEC Applied
STEM Pathways
The CTE, X Factor
Employer Engagement
• Any effort to construct a more
effective network of pathways to
prosperity will require a sea change in
the role of business and other
employers.
• The pathways system we envision
would require employers to become
deeply engaged in multiple ways at
an earlier stage—in helping to set
standards and design programs of
study; in advising young people; and
most importantly, in payoffs in the
labor market.
Authors - B. Schwartz, Francis Keppel, and Ronald Ferguson
Fall 2012
90,366 Students
60,366 + 30,000 CE
Rethinking The Pipeline Model
Credential Outputs
Major Pipeline Outputs
Students Exiting/Entering
Additional Pipeline Inputs
Doctoral Degrees
Professional Degrees
Master’s Degrees
18-24
Age Group
Bachelor’s Degrees
Associate Degrees
One-year PS Cert.
HS Diplomas
Part time
traditional
students, stop
in/stop outs,
students
entering from
out of state,
students >24
years old.
Integrated Pipeline Model
P-16 Integration
Credential Outputs
Major Pipeline Outputs
Students Exiting/Entering
Additional Pipeline Inputs
Doctoral Degrees
SOME NEW
PATHWAYS
Professional Degrees
Master’s Degrees
18-24
Age Group
Bachelor’s Degrees
HS Diplomas
One-year PS Cert.
Associate Degrees
 Dual Credit
 Early
Colleges
 Career
Academies
 Certifications
Well Defined Pathways Higher Education to Workplace
CTE Case Study
Alamo Academies Program
 Industry Driven Dual Credit Program of Studies
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31-34 college hours at no personal cost to student
2.5 Hours Each Day at College Site
 High School Juniors and Seniors
 Partnerships
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
Industry
Universities/Colleges
 Industry Paid Internships
 School Districts
 Scholarship
Equivalent: $6,000-$9,000

Multiple Cities
Graduates
Alamo Academies
An Industry Driven Workforce and Economic Development Partnership
A Solution for the School-To-Careers Pipeline
Step One:
Industry Needs
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Labor Market Indicators
STEM- Technical
Occupations/Pathways
San Antonio Manufacturers Assoc.
Needs Assessment
High School Students Engaged with
Career/College Opportunities
Alamo Academies
An Industry Driven Workforce and Economic Development Partnership
A Solution for the School-To-Careers Pipeline
Step One:
Industry Needs
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•
•
•
Labor Market Indicators
STEM- Technical
Occupations/Pathways
San Antonio Manufacturers Assoc.
Needs Assessment
High School Students Engaged with
Career/College Opportunities
Step Two:
Community Partnerships
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Alamo Colleges - Minute Order
City Council Inter-local Agreement
Community Partners - MOA
Alamo Area Academies Inc. Board
• By-laws
• Strategic Plan
Alamo Academies
An Industry Driven Workforce and Economic Development Partnership
A Solution for the School-To-Careers Pipeline
Step One:
Industry Needs
•
•
•
•
Labor Market Indicators
STEM- Technical
Occupations/Pathways
San Antonio Manufacturers Assoc.
Needs Assessment
High School Students Engaged with
Career/College Opportunities
Step Two:
Community Partnerships
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Industry Driven Contextualized Dual Credit
Program of Studies
Paid Summer Internships
Level I Certificate
Industry Certificates
Step Three:
Alamo Academies Program
Alamo Colleges - Minute Order
City Council Inter-local Agreement
Community Partners - MOA
Alamo Area Academies Inc. Board
• By-laws
• Strategic Plan
Alamo Academies
An Industry Driven Workforce and Economic Development Partnership
A Solution for the School-To-Careers Pipeline
Step One:
Industry Needs
•
•
•
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•
•
Labor Market Indicators
STEM- Technical
Occupations/Pathways
San Antonio Manufacturers Assoc.
Needs Assessment
High School Students Engaged with
Career/College Opportunities
Step Four:
Step Two:
Results - College Proven, Career Ready
Graduates!
Community Partnerships
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Exceeding State Community College Level I
Certificate Graduation Rate
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
STAR Award 2012
Air Force Assoc. CyberPatriot National
Champions 2012
Meeting Industry Needs
Placement Data
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•
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•
Industry Driven Contextualized Dual Credit
Program of Studies
Paid Summer Internships
Level I Certificate
Industry Certificates
Step Three:
Alamo Academies Program
Alamo Colleges - Minute Order
City Council Inter-local Agreement
Community Partners - MOA
Alamo Area Academies Inc. Board
• By-laws
• Strategic Plan
Over 100 Industry
Participants
Toyota*
Boeing*
ITM*
Valero
HEB
CPS Energy
CMC Steel
PSI
AT&T
Hexcel
StandardAero
* Academy Board member
Lockheed Martin*
Rackspace*
Internships
David Crouch
Vice President of Administration
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas, Inc.
“We start with high school student interns from the Alamo Academies.
They finish their 8 week internship as responsible, contributing adult
team members.”
Paid Internships
Secret Ingredient!
Results
Career Ready Talent!
 862 Graduates
 94% continuing post secondary education or
 Careers with nursing, aerospace/MFG/IT industries or military
 Last 4 classes over $2.0 Million in Scholarships.
 Community / Industry Satisfied
 A college educated employee awaits them
 Proven skills, solid work ethic with soft skills
 Aggressively recruiting the graduates and committed to their continued education and
development
STATE WINNERS!
NATIONAL CHAMPIONS!
NATIONAL RECOGNITION!
NATIONAL RECOGNITION!
The National Journal
How Did These Kids Score Good Jobs Right Out of High School?
A public-private partnership in San Antonio lets students earn college credits--and a job in the aerospace
industry.
http://www.nationaljournal.com/next-economy/america360/how-did-these-kids-score-good-jobs-right-out-of-high-school-20130306
Five Cool Innovations to Lift Workers Into the Middle Class
http://www.nationaljournal.com/next-economy/solutions-bank/five-cool-innovations-to-lift-workers-into-the-middle-class-20130425?mrefid=site_search&page=1
Selected: 1 of 50 Innovations Across Nation Providing a Solution for Problems Facing
America Today
NATIONAL RECOGNITION!
Manufacturing Skill
Standards Council (MSSC)
“BEST PRACTICES MODEL”
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Student Success
 Student → Aerospace Employee
 Opportunities!
Adam Arroyo – 2006 Graduate
Annette Enriquez – 2004 Graduate
Concluding Remarks
Draw our line in the sand and take the CTE agenda into your
communities
Thank You
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