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Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0
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Linkiing Schools to Industry 2.0

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An update to my 2007 talk on the care and

An update to my 2007 talk on the care and

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  • 1. PARTNERSHIPSAND ADVISORIESJack PowersGraphic Arts Industry Advisory Commission
  • 2. Industry Partners
    Business and Industry Professionals,
    Employers, Labor Unions, Post Secondary Representatives, Community Organizations
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5. CTE
    Approximately 64,000NYC students
    in 328 CTE programs
    benefit from over
    $14 million in federal
    Perkins Act funding.
    Since 1984, VTEA money for “refining, strengthening, improving, expanding and linking” CTE programs
    Carl Perkins
  • 6. CTE
    The top five categories
    Business & Finance 51 programs
    Graphics 45
    Law & Public Safety 34
    Information Technology 34
    Construction 31
  • 7. WHY partnerWHO to recruitHOW to manage
  • 8. WHY
    EDUCATIONCurriculum adviceCTE certificationTech trends and updatesBest practicesPeer networking
  • 9.
  • 10. HOW
    MANAGINGProper structureShort, effective meetingsRegular communicationsLinks to students, collegesSuccess metrics
  • 11. WHY
    EMPLOYMENTInternshipsExternshipsMentoringShop toursClass visits
  • 12.
  • 13. WHY
    MONEYBudget justificationEquipment donationsScholarshipsPD fundingAwards and prizes
  • 14.
  • 15. WHY
    EVENTSContestsCompetitionsShowcasesOpen housesTrade shows
  • 16.
  • 17. WHO
    RECRUITINGBig namesHard workersGreat networkersOpinion leadersPress and associations
    Florence Jackson
  • 18.
  • 19.
  • 20.
  • 21. HOW
    MANAGINGRewarding experience (business, career, ego)Regular appreciationConstant gardening
  • 22.
  • 23.
  • 24.
  • 25. WHY partnerWHO to recruitHOW to manage
  • 26. PARTNERSHIPSAND ADVISORIESJack PowersInternational Informatics InstituteJPowers@IN3.ORG718-499-1884

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