WBL & Job Placement
- Kevin McMackin, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Region
- George Dowden, Interim Dean of Career and Technical Education, Cuyamaca College
- To establish work-based learning and job placement functions at each college that will provide all students with a continuum of critical experiences and support to deepen classroom learning and facilitate employment.
- Focus on equity, to include processes, services (including remote), and offerings
- Increase and track (SG21) Work-based Learning and Job Placement opportunities for students, with an emphasis on equitable offerings
- Increase faculty awareness of the: services offered, Work-based Learning Faculty Professional Development, and importance of 21st Century Employability Skills
- Increase student awareness of the: services offered, importance of Work-based Learning and 21st Century Employability Skills
- Increase capacity for college Employer Engagement through support and collaboration of the Work-based Learning Coordinators, Job Placement Case Managers and Employer Relations Liaisons
- Build the support and infrastructure for Regional Industry Advisories
- Improved work-based learning and job placement functions at each college
- Implementation the Ensuring Equitable Work-based Learning (SG21) Framework
- Establishment of goals and processes for WBL and job placement services
- Professional development to expand implementation of WBL
- Number of WBL activities offered, by type of activity.
- Number of students accessing WBL, by type of WBL opportunity (Note, includes the full range of learning opportunities along the spectrum of work-based learning).
- Number of students placed in professional jobs by SWP Job Placement Case Managers.
- Number of faculty attending WBL professional development.
Workgroup Materials and Resources