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Advising Students for Career and Technical Education: Are You Ready? by Susan Womack

Advising Students for Career and Technical Education: Are You Ready? by Susan Womack
2014 UNT Advising Conference #UNTAdv14
May 22, 2014
Collin College - Preston Ridge Campus

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#UNTAdv14 Advising Students for Career and Technical Education: Are You Ready? #UNTAdv14 Advising Students for Career and Technical Education: Are You Ready? Presentation Transcript

  • 1 Presented by: Judy Cutting & Susan Womack May 22, 2014 Advising Students for Career and Technical Education: Are You Ready?
  • Career and Technical Education… What Comes to Mind??? Are you adequately prepared to advise students about CTE? 2
  • 3 • Navarro College received a Carl Perkins Leadership Grant from the THECB • Interactive eCourse with links, sites, and sources available to deepen understanding and knowledge of Career & Technical Ed. • Primary Goal: Convey a greater understanding of the role CTE plays in leading graduates to high skill, high wage, high demand employment by providing business and industry with a skilled and knowledgeable workforce
  • Primary Audience High School & College Counselors/Advisors However… Any individual that needs information, or has a role with Career & Technical Education will benefit 4
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  • 1. Professional Developmental Tool a) Christine Holecek indicates Region 12 Education Service Center will issue CEU credits upon completion b) Number of CEU credits TBD 2. Increase Your Knowledge – Increase Student Success a) Increases your confidence in advising students on CTE b) Provides you with tools to better prepare students • Success in high school • Attending a college, university or obtaining licenses • Student Success Skills for life 3. College counselors working with High School counselors provide opportunities for increased student & school success 7
  • 8 Module 1: Purpose of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Module 2: Components of CTE Programs Module 3: Identifying CTE College Credit Opportunities Module 4: Advising CTE Students Module 5: Carl Perkins Career Center Services Module 6: Becoming a College Student
  • 9 1.Added an Introduction to the eCourse 2.Streamlined data - easier to understand 3.Added several more videos, pictures and links – increase interaction in eCourse 4.Will be Adding House Bill 5 Information Module Changes – via Feedback
  • 10 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: • Basic understanding of CTE • The truth behind common myths/stereotypes • The role of CTE in preparing graduates for employment • The importance of partnerships to CTE programs • The value CTE brings to Business and Industry by developing a skilled and knowledgeable workforce 10 Module 1: Purpose of Career and Technical Education (CTE) Learning Outcomes 1
  • 1111 Module 1: Purpose of Career and Technical Education (CTE) 1 Supplemental Material Module 1 videos are provided from National Association of State Directors of Career Technical Education Consortium at careertech.org.
  • 12 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: •Certificates and degrees available to CTE students •Components of CTE at the Secondary & Post-Secondary Level •An understanding of the Career Clusters associated with CTE •Various opportunities for learning via CTE programs •Cooperative Learning •Internships •Practicums •House Bill 5 Information – to be added 12 Learning Outcomes Module 2: Components of CTE Programs 2
  • 1313 Module 2: Components of CTE Programs 2 Supplemental Material A Year in the Life of a CTE Advisor is a presentation created to assist advisors in keeping track of the critical tasks and focuses for each quarter.
  • 1414 Module 2: Components of CTE Programs 2 Supplemental Material AchieveTexas is an education initiative sponsored and funded by the Texas Education Agency. It allows students to achieve excellence by preparing them for secondary and postsecondary opportunities.
  • 15 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: • Identifying CTE programs at Texas Colleges using Texas Genuine • Partnerships available between the High School and Colleges •CTE Dual Credit •Articulated Credit (Formerly Tech Prep) • Transferability and Articulation Agreements between the Community College CTE programs and Universities leading to a Baccalaureate (BAAS) 15 Module 3: Identifying CTE College Credit Opportunities Learning Outcomes 3
  • 16 Texas Genuine is a Perkins funded project created by El Paso Community College. It lists all CTE programs offered at Texas Community Colleges. 3 Module 3: Identifying CTE Programs Available via the Local Community College Supplemental Material
  • 17 Lone Star College provides a site for the ATC Program: How to get started, Course Crosswalks & ATC Agreements 3 Module 3: Identifying CTE Programs Available via the Local Community College Supplemental Material
  • Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: •Best practices for advising CTE students including: •Special Populations •Non-Traditional •Veterans 1818 Learning Outcomes Module 4: Advising CTE Students 4
  • 1919 Supplemental Materials Module 4: Advising CTE Students 4 College For All Texans is a non-profit support organization for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. This site is available in both English and Spanish!
  • 2020 Supplemental Materials Module 4: Advising CTE Students 4 The Texas Veterans Portal is a resource for veterans, their families, and their survivors. A compilation of resources from many government agencies is on the site to offer assistance, services, and benefits Veterans need.
  • 21 4 Module 4: Advising CTE Students Supplemental Materials The Career & Technical Special Populations Training & Resource Center is a resource of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. It provides materials and resources on a variety of special needs and CTE-related topics.
  • 22 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: • Carl Perkins and Federal Funding • Advising and Counseling Office • College for All Texans: • Go Centers: Satellite, Mobile, Traditional • G-Force • P-16 Initiative 22 Module 5: Carl Perkins Student Support Services Learning Outcomes 5
  • 2323 Module 5: Carl Perkins Student Support Services 5 Supplemental Material The Perkins Collaborative Resource Network is a resource and information-sharing portal for Federal, State, and local policymakers, practitioners, and stakeholders to join in the CTE transformation! It includes information on current CTE legislation, grants, and accountability data, as well as resources for developing and implementing rigorous, state- of-the-art career and technical education programs
  • 2424 Module 5: Carl Perkins Career Center Services 5 Supplemental Material Traditional, Satellite & Mobile Go Centers are avenues available to provide college information to prospective students.
  • 2525 Module 5: Carl Perkins Career Center Services 5 Supplemental Material The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) is encouraging and fostering the development of Regional P-16 Councils to serve as the change agents that can create a college-going culture and well-educated communities in Texas.
  • 26 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: • Higher Education Motivational Resources • Tools to guide students through College Admissions Process • Financial Reality Checks • Preparing students for their First Day of College • Registering for classes • Paying tuition and fees • Purchasing textbooks and supplies • Attending class 26 6 Module 6: Becoming a College Student Learning Outcomes
  • 27 Generation Texas is a product of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) designed to make applying to college an attainable goal and it provides resources to make the process easier to understand. 6 Module 6: Becoming a College Student Supplemental Materials
  • 28 Reality check allows students to find out just how much income they will need to support their desired lifestyle, and then proposes occupations that will provide that amount of income. 6 Module 6: Becoming a College Student Supplemental Materials
  • http://bit.ly/mpowertx-ecourse Experience the MPOWER Texas eCourse at: 29
  • 30 Upon successful completion of this module, one will have an understanding of: • Resume Writing • Dress for Success • Desirable Workplace Attitudes • Interview Skills 30 Module 7: Becoming an Employee Learning Outcomes Coming Soon! 7 We Need Your Ideas & Feedback!
  • 31 • Events and Activity Resources (i.e., How to Conduct Mock Interviews, Setting up Job Fair/Career Day Events) • Other learning outcomes to address? • Any specific information within learning outcomes presented? • Videos, websites, or tools to share? • General ideas, thoughts or input? 31 MPOWER Texas Module 7 Feedback Session
  • 32 Presented by: Judy Cutting & Susan Womack May 22, 2014 THANK YOU!