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California Corporate College Consortia 011910


Marketing presentation to recruit California Community Colleges to join the California Corporate College as another way to earn discretionary revenue

Marketing presentation to recruit California Community Colleges to join the California Corporate College as another way to earn discretionary revenue

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  • 1. from California’s Community Colleges
  • 2. The Mission of the CA CC
    Provide a single point of contact for businesses, governmental agencies, associations, and organizations to access training and workforce preparation services throughout California. It is created as a cooperative venture of California’s 110 Community Colleges.
    Target clients are only those entities with training and workforce preparation services needs that expand beyond a single college district’s service area.
  • 3. FY 07-08
    System Strategic Plan Action Item C1(B)
    January ‘08
    Action Planning Group (APG) formalized
    September ‘08
    Secured “start-up” funding
    January ‘09
    Ops Plan Complete & Approved
    July ‘09
    Begin work of CA CC
    11 Member Advisory Board
    August ‘09
    RTF Grant application funded
    The Road Traveled
  • 4. CHAIR
    Rick L. Hodge, Dean
    Pasadena City College
    Catherine Swenson,Director
    Training and Development
    Brad Banghart, Dean
    Shasta College
    George Boodrookas, Dean
    Modesto Junior College
    Dr. Richard Della Valle, Director
    Northern California ETC
    Walter Di Mantova, Director Los Rios CCD
    Kristin Houser, Director
    College of the Canyons
    Rick Kuhn, Director
    Foothill College
    Ginger Neel, Director
    North Orange County CCD
    Annie Rafferty, Director
    Butte College
    Leslie Larrabee,CA CC Executive Director
    CA CC Advisory Board
  • 5. Branding, Marketing, Outreach
    Business Development/Sales
    College Delivery Coordination
    Contract Management
    Product/Services Management
    Post Training Evaluation/ROI
    CA CC Responsibilities
    CA CC
  • 6. Partial List of CA CC Contracts & Leads
    Leading Global Retailer
    Fortune 200 Global Healthcare and Medical Research Firm
    Global Provider of Network Switching Services
    California Conservation Corps
    Premier CA Utility Company
    CA Construction Association
    Leading Hybrid Manufacturer
    Leading Telecommunications Company
  • 7. Pasadena Community College District
    Shasta Tehama Community College District
    Los Rios Community College District
    North Orange County Community College District
    Yosemite Community College District
    Butte Community College District
    Santa Clarita Community College District
    State Center Community College District
    San Bernardino Community College District
    CA CC Member Districts
  • 8. Riverside Community College District
    West Valley-Mission Community College District
    Mt. San Jacinto Community College District
    Other Districts Benefiting
  • 9. Contract Delivery
    Fee reimbursement for:
    SME + benefits, if applicable
    Administrative Support Time
    Dean/Director Time
    35% mark-up
    Referral Fees
    5% on first time contracts
    2% on additional contracts
    Surplus Distribution
    Paid out after CA CC reaches retained revenue goal
    Benefits of Membership
    CA Community Colleges
  • 10. Complete Memorandum of Understanding
    Assign District Liaison
    Acknowledge Understanding of Standards of Good Practice
    Pay or incur $500 Assessment Fee
    Benefits immediately available
    Become a Participating District
  • 11. Questions
    Leslie Larrabee
    Catherine Swenson