Grow your FTES with Demand-Driven, Sector-Based Strategies and Programs
Explore how to grow your FTES. This website will allow you to engage Sector Navigators (SNs) and Deputy Sector Navigators (DSNs) with conversations on industry needs that can be addressed with Strong Workforce funds.
Energy, Construction and Utilities Strong Workforce Investment Opportunities
Customizable investment opportunities give colleges and faculty the tools they need to engage with employers and prospective students, enroll those students into innovative, cutting-edge courses in energy efficiency disciplines, and see those students employed in high-paying jobs that have a meaningful impact on California’s energy efficient future.
California Community College Association of Occupational Education
The California Community College Association of Occupational Education was established to serve as a statewide organization to advocate and promote interest and support for administrators having responsibility for vocational programs.
California Community College Chancellor’s Office
The California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the nation, with 2.1 million students attending 113 colleges. Our colleges provide students with the knowledge and background necessary to compete in today’s economy. With a wide range of educational offerings, the colleges provide workforce training, basic courses in English and math, certificate and degree programs and preparation for transfer to four-year institutions.
Centers of Excellence
Central California Workforce Training
In today’s global marketplace, California Community Colleges understand that working and learning is now the norm. California Community College are able to provide a wide range of exceptional services for business and industry, individuals seeking short-term career training, self-improvement or personal interest options, and grant funded opportunities targeting regional economic improvement.
Central Valley Higher Education Consortium
CollegeNext is a project of the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC), a non-profit incorporated partnership of 26 accredited public and private colleges and universities, and community college districts.
Central Valley/Mother Lode Region 2016 Counselor Conference “Pathways to Paycheck” September 9, 2016 Modesto, CA
To educate High School and Community College counselors and administrators (and other stakeholders) of the in-demand occupations by industry sector
To educate Counselors on the Career Technical Education course/programs offerings at Community Colleges in the region
To provide Counselors with tools that will help them guide students into high demand careers
Doing What Matters
Community Colleges are essential catalysts to California’s economic recovery and jobs creation at the local, regional and state levels. The goals of Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy are to supply in-demand skills for employers, create relevant career pathways and stackable credentials, promote student success and get Californians into open jobs.
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.
-Give Priority for jobs and the economy
-Make Room for jobs and the economy
-Promote Student Success
-Innovate for jobs and the economy
Doing What Matters- eUpdates & eAlerts
Doing What Matters- LaunchBoard
The LaunchBoard, a statewide data system supported by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and hosted by Cal-PASS Plus, provides data to California community colleges on the effectiveness of career and technical education (CTE) programs. This information is intended to facilitate local, regional and statewide conversations about how to improve students’ educational and employment outcomes.
Dual Enrollment Toolkit
In partnership with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), the Career Ladders Project and the RP Group have created a Dual Enrollment Toolkit. The Toolkit is an online resource that highlights promising practices and materials to support secondary and community college partners in offering high school students opportunities to earn college credits while they complete their high school diplomas. The toolkit complements and provides links to the official legal opinions, guidelines and advisories issued by the CCCCO, as well as pertinent legislation and regulations.
National Council for Workforce Education
The National Council for Workforce Education provides a national forum for administrators and facilty in workforce education and basis skills, as well as representatives of business, labor, military, and government, to affect and direct the future role of two-year and other post-secondary institutions in workforce education and economic development.
NCWE provides the link between policy and workforce education and economic development by providing support, research, and critical information to members on current and future trends and policies.
Scorecard-Student Success: CRC Colleges
San Joaquin Delta: http://scorecard.cccco.edu/scorecardrates.aspx?CollegeID=551
West Hills- Coalinga: http://scorecard.cccco.edu/scorecardrates.aspx?CollegeID=581
West Hills-Lemoore: http://scorecard.cccco.edu/scorecardrates.aspx?CollegeID=582
Student Success Scorecard