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Oregon’s Career Pathway Initiative National Indian & American Employment & Training Conference Camille Preus, Oregon’s Career Pathway Initiative National Indian & American Employment & Training Conference Camille Preus, Director Dept. of Community Colleges and Workforce Development April 18, 2011

Oregon Career Pathways Initiative Oregon’s Career Pathways Statewide Initiative was launched recognizing that a Oregon Career Pathways Initiative Oregon’s Career Pathways Statewide Initiative was launched recognizing that a wide range of workers enter the workforce in different ways and with different needs and that Oregon needs more trained workers with more post-secondary credentials for middle-skill occupations--jobs that require more than a high school degree but less than a four-year degree. 2

Why Career Pathways To address economic, workforce and education challenges: l Businesses require employees Why Career Pathways To address economic, workforce and education challenges: l Businesses require employees with higher skills in order to remain competitive in global markets l To meet students real life needs l Education is essential to job advancement, increased wages and self-sufficiency 3

What is a Career Pathway? A career pathway is: l a series of connected What is a Career Pathway? A career pathway is: l a series of connected education and training programs and l student supports that enable individuals to secure a job or advance in a demand occupation/ industry. Career Pathways focus on easing and facilitating student transition by clearly articulating the pathways from low-skilled to high-skilled, high demand jobs. 4

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Oregon Context l 17 independent community colleges (no state system) l 15 WIA Title Oregon Context l 17 independent community colleges (no state system) l 15 WIA Title IB workforce regions within 7 Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs) l ABE/GED/ESL delivered by the community colleges l State agency Dept. of Community Colleges & Workforce Development (CCWD) administers both community college general fund, WIA title II and LWIB WIA title 1 B l State Board of Education governs K-12 & community colleges l State Workforce Board housed and staffed by CCWD 6

The Challenges of Change l l l Increasing postsecondary attainment is a pressing economic The Challenges of Change l l l Increasing postsecondary attainment is a pressing economic and social need in most communities Declining state support and financial aid while tuition and cost of books escalate Higher costs of serving low skill & low income students Complex coordination with multiple internal and external partners Overcoming turf and resistance to change 7

Getting to Scale Statewide l l 5 colleges (2004) to 11 colleges (2006) to Getting to Scale Statewide l l 5 colleges (2004) to 11 colleges (2006) to 17 colleges (2007) Oregon Pathways Academies: 2005, 2007 – Teams included workforce partners Healthcare Career Pathways Summit 2008 – Teams including workforce partners & employers Other industry sectors groups are on the horizon 8

Career Pathways: Diversified Funding l l l WIA Title I-B WIA ITAs (Individual Training Career Pathways: Diversified Funding l l l WIA Title I-B WIA ITAs (Individual Training Accounts) WIA Title II for Oregon Pathways for Adult Basic Skills Post-Secondary Perkins State General Fund supporting Community College’s - Strategic Fund Federal Incentive Grants – 3 years in a row 9

Policy Changes & Investment in Tools l l l Career Pathway Certificates – SBE Policy Changes & Investment in Tools l l l Career Pathway Certificates – SBE nod in 2007 CC Presidents’ Resolution 2006, 2008, 2010 Roadmaps as common visual framework Pathways as common language/concept Career Pathway Roadmap Web Tool A way of doing business; a systemic framework (not a program) 10

Career Pathway Certificates l l Over 170 Career Pathway Roadmaps available across all 17 Career Pathway Certificates l l Over 170 Career Pathway Roadmaps available across all 17 colleges. Statewide goal is to increase (by 400%) number of certificate completers in this biennium (09 -11). On track to reach goal to have 2400+ completers by June 2011. Career Pathway Certificates priority in Oregon’s: – – Student Success Initiative to increase post-secondary credentials Workforce Integration Initiative via Work. Source Oregon to increase skill development for first, next or better job 11

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Career Pathways Web Tool l Developed Web Tool for “marketing and career awareness” tool Career Pathways Web Tool l Developed Web Tool for “marketing and career awareness” tool for students & advisors/counselors; move beyond print materials. – Contains 250+ community college roadmaps – 200+ Plan of Study (Perkins templates for high school to community college articulation) – On the horizon: Statewide Green Roadmaps Open Source agreement now: source code available Websites: – – – www. oregonpathways. org http: /oregon. ctepathways. org www. mypathcareers. org/cp 15

For more information Camille Preus Director Dept. of Community Colleges & Workforce Development 503 For more information Camille Preus Director Dept. of Community Colleges & Workforce Development 503 -947 -2433 Camille. [email protected] or. us Mimi Maduro Pathways Initiative Statewide Director Dept. of Community Colleges & Workforce Development 541 -506 -6105 [email protected] or. us