Coordinating an Articulation Event with Statewide Career Pathways: Creating School to College Articulation
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Kris Costa
Project Tech Prep Coordinator
College of the Sequoias
Visalia, CA

Michelle Pilati
Faculty Coordinator of the project
Rio Hondo College faculty member and Treasurer of the Academic Senate for CCC
Sacramento, CA

Convening high school, ROCP, and community college faculty, this SB70 project has constructed a statewide structure for articulation. This session will discuss the project, showcase its available resources, and discuss how to work with the provided materials to plan your own Articulation Event!

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    • Middle College
    • Early College High School
    • Concurrent Enrollment
    • Tech Prep
    • School-to-Career STW)
    • SB 70 (Scott)
    • Governor’s Initiative on Economic Development and Career Technical Education
    • Five year plan organized around six themes; 25 projects
    • State Academic Senate is coordinating this, the largest project (CCC + CDE)
    • Opportunities for CCC faculty to develop agreements with teachers
    • Database of agreements
    • Outreach to students, parents, staff
    • Goal : More transportability of articulation agreements
    • Discipline groups write articulation templates .
    • Templates disseminated for field input.
      • Once approved, added to new database .
    • Local articulation agreements written using templates
    • New articulation agreements put into database
      • Available statewide
    • Database, website & technology infrastructure developed
    • Over 90 templates drafted
    • Agreements being written to templates
    • Outreach & Marketing begun
    • Articulation Handbook & Toolkit for articulation events developed
    • Articulation workshops held
    • Continue to populate database of agreements
    • Continue to draft additional templates
    • Outreach : parents, students, staff & faculty
      • www.whodoUwant2B.com
    • Collaboration with other projects & groups
    • Consider Program of Study implications
    • University articulation issues
    • Articulation Handbook
    • CD
    • DVD
    • Website
    • The project’s Office (with Academic Senate)
    • Chancellor’s office
    • Logistics for hosting an event
      • Rooms – general audience and breakouts?
      • Time of year to get agreements signed
      • Day of the week, time of day
      • Sub Reimbursement for high school instructors?
      • Copy Machine availability
      • Location, location, location
    • Identifying your “assistants”
    • Identify potential courses for articulation
      • Template and course crosswalk
    • Announcing & registering for the event
      • Email, letters, website, consortium announcement
    • Setting an agenda
    • Preparing materials for the event
      • Using the website – www.statewidepathways.org
      • Thumb drives?
    • Effective communication
      • Invitation letter
      • Confirmation letter
      • Confirmation email
    • Introducing the task for the day
      • Clarity is key – list the tasks on the agenda
    • Dealing with a absent faculty
    • Using Statewide Career Pathways templates
    • Creating & updating agreements
      • Using the articulation worksheets
    • Collect drafts of agreements at end of event
      • Original to you
      • Copy to the high school
      • Copy to the college faculty
    • Completing articulation agreements locally
      • From worksheet to agreement
    • Submitting agreements to the database or the project
      • Flowchart handout
      • Using our website to upload agreements
    • Following up with the teachers and faculty
      • Send faculty a copy of the signed agreement
      • Ongoing review and renewal
    • For more information, contact:
    • Kris Costa
    • Tech Prep Coordinator
    • College of the Sequoias
    • 559.730.3985
    • [email_address]
    • Michelle Pilati
    • Rio Hondo College
    • [email_address]