2013 Youth Leadership Summit Student Presentation

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2013 Youth Leadership Summit Student Presentation

  1. 1. There’s No Place Like Home 2013 Youth Leadership Summit
  2. 2. Dorothy lived in the midst of the great Kansas prairies… … a tornado was
  3. 3. Katherine “The Scarecrow” Park Woodbridge High School Your Cast Cheyenne “The Tinwoman” Ochoa Trabuco Hills High School Daniel “The Lion” Truesdale Brea Olinda High School
  4. 4. Meet Scarecrow
  5. 5. Many, Many Munchkins Largest Cities 1.Anaheim (336,265) 2.Santa Ana (324,528) 3.Irvine (212,375) Highest Population Growth 1.Aliso Viejo (450.8%) 2.Rancho Santa Margarita (229.1%) 3.Irvine (84.1%) 3,090,132
  6. 6. Aging, but Working, Populace 55+ age group rapidly growing The population of other groups will decline 61.1% of population are in the working force (age 20-64)
  7. 7. Increasingly Diverse Latinos make up 50% of total births, followed by Asians at 25% Latinos currently make up 34% of the land; By 2020, they will be our largest ethnic group The Asian population had a 115.8% increase from 1990-2010
  8. 8. Consider This… Migration and Long-term economic success & prosperity
  9. 9. Meet Tinman
  10. 10. Orange County is Recovering, But… Employment increased by 1.5% in 2012 and forecasts project a 2.1% increase in 2013, from 20,5000 jobs (2012) to 29,500 (2013) The land’s unemployment hit 5.5% in June 2013, the lowest unemployment rate recorded since June 2008. But, employers will be operating with less people and there will be fewer entry-level jobs.
  11. 11. Driving the OC’s Economy There are approximately 246,600 jobs within theses major industries and pay nearly $20,000 above the average wage.
  12. 12. Projected Fastest Growing Jobs + Average Salaries (2008-2018) 1. Biomedical Engineers ($90,000) 2. Medical Scientists ($80,000) 3. Physical Therapists ($80,000) 4. Occupational Therapists ($80,000) 5. Urban & Regional Planners ($75,000) 6. Environmental Engineers ($90,000) 7. Pharmacists ($125,000) 8. Software Developers ($110,000) 9. Dental Hygienists ($90,000) 10. Management Analysts ($85,000)
  13. 13. The End of the Rainbow Median household income: $73,380
  14. 14. A-G R equ ir em e n ts Do w ell on S AT Grad uate colleg e-bou nd Choo se a s trong degre e Work force ready Meet Lion
  15. 15. API Scores  High School Exit Exam Pass Rates 
  16. 16. Education Progress and Challenges Progress  5% lower dropout rate in Orange County than California, but unevenly distributed.  100% increase in Associate Degrees awarded compared to 2011-2012 school year Challenges  Students learning English as a second language make up 24.6% of the county’s student population; 13% higher in Orange County than the California average  Education-Job Gap
  17. 17. Education-Job Gap Field College Enrolled Related Job * Data From California Community College Chancellor’s Office, Data Mart
  18. 18. STEAM  STEAM- Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics  Scientists, Doctors, Researchers, Electronic and Mechanical Engineers, Software Developers, Visual Communications Experts, Digital Media Creators, Statisticians, and “STEAM” Teachers  Shows the maximum potential for future graduates.  Largest job growth and highest initial salary
  19. 19. Diverse and Growing Population Career Potential Promising Educationa l Pathways There’s no place like home…
  20. 20. The End

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