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1. For Regional Plan Stakeholders
including, but not limited to: college practitioners, Doing What MATTERS Key Talent, industry partners, local workforce development boards, K-12, four-year higher education

Regional Planning Meetings

Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Planning meetings hosted by DWM Regional Consortia DWM Regional Consortia Chairs for each Regional Consortia Ongoing Click here for calendar

 

2. For CEOs, CIOs, Academic Deans, Workforce Deans, IR Practitioners

CTE Data Unlocked: Growing Enrollments & Supporting Structured Pathways in CTE

Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
CEO, CIO, Academic Deans, Workforce Deans and IR practitioners at colleges in search of strategies based on the use of available student data CCCCO IEPI
CCCCO WEDD

Kathy Booth
kbooth@wested.org

February 2017 -
April 2017
Eventbrite registration

 

3. For Trustees

Webinars on Strong Workforce

Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Overview for trustees and discussion of their roles and responsibilities in advancing a Strong Workforce CCCT
CCCCO WEDD

Linda Wah

lswah@sbcglobal.net
Spring TBD

 

4. For College Practitioners

Local Share - January Planning Jams
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Regional working sessions where college practitioners can bring their computers and complete their Local Share System submissions. A group of experts will be on stand-by to assist at each site. CCCCO WEDD

Matthew Roberts
mroberts@cccco.edu

January 2017 Completed
“More and Better CTE” Site Visits Level 1 Technical Assistance)
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information

Colleges can invite a site visit by a team of practitioners who can overview the 25 Strong Workforce recommendations and strategies for implementation with a goal to empower local CCC CTE professionals to strengthen their programs through access to state and regional resources. Level 1 Technical Assistance deployed to a college or district.

 

Participants will leave with a better understanding of:

  • The Doing What Matters for Jobs & Economy framework and how it can help the local colleges and regions
  • Funding for your programs: local share and regional share
  • The role of the Deputy Sector Navigators: Regional Advisory Committees, Industry Connections
  • CTE Data Unlocked and data collection resources
  • Aligning with WIOA to strengthen partnerships 
CCCAOE
CCCCO WEDD
ASCCC

Amy Schulz
abagschulz@gmail.com
530-386-3474

Throughout 2017 TBD
Strong Workforce ’Mini Partnership Resource Team PRT’ (Level 2 Technical Assistance)
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Colleges flagged for risk factors can invite an Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) Professional Resources Team expert team to visit their campus to help improve their Strong Workforce planning. CCCCO IEPI
CCCCO WEDD
ASCCC

Dianne Van Hook
cocceo@aol.com

Feb-March 2017 TBD
Minimum Qualifications and Equivalencies - Enlarging the Hiring Pool
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Teams from Local Colleges

ASCCC

CCCCO IEPI
CCCCO WEDD
CCCCO Academic Affairs

TBD TBD TBD
Curriculum Streamlining Workshops
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Teams from Local Colleges ASCCC
CIO Exec Committee
CCCCO IEPI
CCCCO Academic Affairs
TBD TBD TBD
Leveraging Non-Credit into Pathway Success
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Teams from Local Colleges ACCE
CCCCO WEDD
TBD TBD TBD

 

5. For Chief Student Services Officers and One-Stop Providers

Partnership to Unlock Social Mobility In-Person Workshops
Description Local Organization Contact Timing More Information
Seventeen in-person workshops bring together practitioners within community college’s student services together with the one-stop providers to explore how to better serve their communities and connect their services. CA Workforce Development Board; CA Workforce Association; CCCCO WEDD

Lynell Wiggins

lrwiggins@pasadena.edu
Dec 2016 - June 2017 Workshop Website

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Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

All

Transforming the Workforce Mission of the CA Community Colleges

Van Ton-Quinlivan

Board of Governors Meeting, 03/20/17

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

CEOs

$200M Strong Workforce Program: CTE as a Strategy to Unlock Social Mobility

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Cindy Miles, Meridith Randall, Linda Wah

CCLC Annual Conference, 11/18/16

Strong Workforce Program: Regional Governance/ Funding
Presentation to CEOCCC & CCCT Boards

DWM

CCLC Annual Conference, 11/17/16

Strong Workforce Local Template and Data
and

CCLC & Strong Workforce Program Implementation

DWM

CCLC CTE Drive-in Workshop Presentations, 10/28/16

Strong Workforce Program - Accountability

Bill Scroggins

CCLC CEO-Only Webinar Series, 9/23/16

Strong Workforce Program - Curriculum

Bill Scroggins

CCLC CEO-Only Webinar Series, 9/22/16

CTE CEO Effective Practices and Moving the CTE Agenda Forward

Dianne Van Hook, Van Ton-Quinlivan

CCLC CEO-Only Webinar Series, 8/26/16

Timelines and Managing FTE Generation

Dianne Van Hook, Bill Scroggins

CCLC CEO-Only Webinar Series, 8/23/16

$200M Strong Workforce Program Expenditure Guidelines

Dianne Van Hook, Bill Scroggins, Sunny Cooke

CCLC CEO-Only Webinar Series, 8/22/16

South Orange County CCD Keynote

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Steve Glyer

8/14/16

The California Imperative for a Strong Workforce

Sunny Cooke, Gustavo Herrera

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

$200M Trailer Bill Language and Roll Out Timeline

Debra Jones

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Curriculum Streamlining & Curriculum Portability Panel

Jackie Escajeda, John Stankas

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Data Tools to Support the Strong Workforce Program

Kathy Booth

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Getting Ready for Regional Shares

Rock Pfotenhauer, Kit O’Doherty

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Sacramento Expectations

Mario Rodriguez

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Regional Stewardship

Rock Pfotenhauer, Kit O’Doherty

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Panel: Sharing Success of Regional Work

Bill Scroggins facilitating panel

CCLC CTE Leadership Summit,
8/5/16 & 8/6/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

CIOs

$200M Strong Workforce Program: CTE as a Strategy to Unlock Social Mobility

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Cindy Miles, Meridith Randall, Linda Wah

CCLC Annual Conference, 11/18/16

Strong Workforce Program Implementation

DWM

CCCCIO Panel Discussion 10/27/16

Strong Workforce Program Funding Implementation & FAQs

DWM

CIO Webinar Series
10/11, 10/12 & 10/14

South Orange County CCD Keynote

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Steve Glyer

8/14/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

Trustees

$200M Strong Workforce Program: CTE as a Strategy to Unlock Social Mobility

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Cindy Miles, Meridith Randall, Linda Wah

CCLC Annual Conference, 11/18/16

Strong Workforce Program: Regional Governance/Funding
Presentation to CCCT Board

DWM

CCLC Conference 11/17/16

South Orange County CCD Keynote

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Steve Glyer

8/14/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

CBO

Tools to Complete the Local Share Template for the Strong Workforce Program

Zhenya Lindstrom, Matt Roberts and Renah Wolzinger

ACBO Strong Workforce Workshop 9/30/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

CSSO

Strong Workforce Program Meets SSSP & Student Equity...Our Collective Work

Lynell Wiggins, Kathy Booth, Beth Kay

CCCAOE Fall Conference, September 2016

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

Curriculum/
Academic Senate

Career Technical Education and Counseling: The Success is in the Details
Keynote Presentation to Instructional and Counseling Faculty

Lynell Wiggins

ASCCC 2016 Academic Academy October Institute

Plenary Panel on Strong Workforce Implementation

Van Ton-Quinlivan, Rock Pfotenhauer, Jackie Escajeda, John Stankas, Dolores Davison, Kathy Booth

CCCAOE Fall Conference, September 2016

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

College Practitioners:
Chief Student Services Officers, CTE Deans, Counselors, Instructional Faculty, and Student Services Professionals

Student Success Strategies: The Convergence of the Strong Workforce Implementation with SSSP & Student Equity
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

12/15/16

Enhancing Our Perspective of Exit Points: The Relevance of Third Party Credentials in Student and Workforce Progression
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

12/08/16

Growing Our Knowledge of Work-Based Learning: Investigating the Work Based Courses Online Toolkit
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

12/01/16

Enhancing Career Pathway Knowledge: Bolstering the Mission of the CCC with Career Pathways
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

11/17/16

Transition Strategy: Strengthening the College & Career Ready Pipeline with “Get Focused...Stay Focused!”
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

11/10/16

Enhancing Employability Skills: The New World of Work, 21st Century Skills (Curriculum)
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

11/03/16

CTE Communication Strategy: The Rebranding of CTE in California Community Colleges with a Spotlight on EPI Tools
Watch Recording | View PowerPoint

Lynell Wiggins

10/27/16

Labor Market Information (LMI) for Strong Workforce Program Investments
(link to come)

Laura Coleman, COE

11/29/16 & 12/01/16

Rebranding CTE

Paul Feist, Paige Marlatt-Dorr, Sandoval Chagoya, Lynell Wiggins

 

Strong Workforce Program Local Share System

Matt Roberts and Javier Romero

9/22/16

Demystifying the $200M Local and Regional Shares

Debra Jones, Javier Romero, Lynn Shaw, Rock Pfotenhauer

CCCAOE Fall Conference, September 2016

CTE Faculty Presentation

Lynn Shaw, Matt Roberts

Strong Workforce CTE Faculty Informational Webinar,
9/6/16 & 9/7/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

DWM Regions

Strong Workforce Task Force
Part 1 | Part 2

Sunny Cooke, Van Ton-Quinlivan, Mario Rodriguez

SDICCCA Regional Meeting, 8/12/16

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

DWM TAPs

Rebranding CTE

Paul Feist, Paige Marlatt-Dorr, Sandoval Chagoya, Lynell Wiggins

 

Audience

Title and Link to Presentation

Lead Organization / Contact / Presented By

Event/Date

Adult Education

Adult Education Block Grant Annual Summit
http://aebg.cccco.edu/

CCCCO, CDE
Javier Romero
jromero@cccco.edu

Adult Education Block Grant
November 2016

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The Opportunity
For community colleges to become essential catalysts to California’s economic recovery and jobs creation at the local, regional and state levels.

The Strategy
Doing What MATTERS for jobs and the economy is a four-pronged framework to respond to the call of our nation, state, and regions to close the skills gap. The four prongs are:

  • Give Priority for Jobs and the Economy
  • Make Room for Jobs and the Economy
  • Promote Student Success
  • Innovate for Jobs and the Economy
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office