Pre-Apprenticeship for Transportation Infrastructure – Project STRIPE
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Linda Christopher-Miles
Coordinator
Project STRIPE/American River College
Sacramento, CA

Mavis McAllister
Coordinator
Project STRIPE/American River College
Sacramento, CA

Carol Johnston
ROP Principal
Sacramento County Office of Education
Sacramento, CA

This session will highlight the American River College SB70 Community Collaborative grant that is creating an apprenticeship pipeline for transportation infrastructure job openings – focusing on road, bridges, and levee/rails. The pipeline includes middle school, high school CTE/ROP, and community college.

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  • 1.  Linda
Christopher
–
Project
Coordinator 

(Community
Collaborative/Workforce
Innovation
 Partnership)
Los
Rios
CCD
‐
American
River
College  Mavis
McAllister
–
Pre‐apprenticeship
Coordinator 


(Workforce
Innovation
Partnership/Supplemental) 



Los
Rios
CCD
‐
American
River
College  Carol
Johnston‐
ROP
Principal/CTE
Curriculum







 Specialist,
Sacramento
Office
Education
  • 2. 


Community
Collaborative Project
STRIPE
–
Sacramento
Transportation
Regional
Infrastructure
 Partnership
in
Education 

Amount:

$350,000
‐
$400,000
 Expected
Impact:

Establish
an
Apprenticeship
 Pipeline  Create

middle
school
career
exploration
opportunities
  Develop
an
ROP‐Orientation
to
Transportation
 Infrastructure
course
with
Sac
County
ROP  Develop
a
Transportation
Infrastructure
Pre‐ Apprenticeship
Program
at
American
River
College  Promote
Apprenticeship
opportunities
and
the
potential
 for
a
Certificate
and
Associate
of
Arts
Degree
  • 3.  Apprenticeship
Programs  Bricklayers
&
Stonemasons

J.A.T.&E.C.,
Carpenters
Training
 Committee
Apprenticeship,
Cement
Masons,
Nor.
Cal.
Laborers,
 Drywall/Lathers,
Electricians,
Ironworkers,
Operating
Engineers,
Pile
 Drivers
Apprenticeship,
Nor
Cal.
Surveyors,
Nor
Cal.
Teamsters
 Apprenticeship,
California
Apprenticeship
Coordinators
Association  Community
Partners  Sacramento
Employment
Training
Agency

(SETA),
City
of
Sacramento
 Youth
Development,
Sacramento
Area
Commerce
and
Trade
Org.

 (SACTO),
Linking
Education
and
Economic
Development
(LEED)  Contractors  California
Department
of
Transportation
(CalTrans),
C.C.
Myers
Inc.,
 Granite
Construction,
Teichert
Construction,
Associated
General
 Contractors
(AGC),
Building
Industry
Association
(BIA) 




  • 4. Workforce Innovation Partnership SB70 - Grant Award: $150,000 Expected
Impact:
 Create
a
Pre‐Apprentice
Pathway
to
Apprenticeship Design
and
implement

a
pre‐apprenticeship
program
at
ARC,
including: 












Curriculum
development 












Facilities 












Faculty
preparation
 












Student
recruitment
 












Student
retention
activities 












Apprenticeship
presentation
by
coordinators Sequencing
the
ROP
Orientation
to
Apprenticeship

modules
with
college
 Infrastructure
Pre‐Apprenticeship
program Recruit
eligible
students
  • 5. Expected
Impact: Recruit
Special
Populations Individuals
representing
Special
Populations
will
not
be
left
out
of
the
 Apprenticeship
Pipeline
–
Special
Populations
are
defined
as:  Economically
disadvantaged  Single
parents  Displaced
homemakers  Individuals
seeking
non‐traditional
jobs  Individuals
with
disabilities  English
Language
Learners  Out‐of‐school
youth
  • 6.  Project
STRIPE
collaborates
 
 with
Sacramento
County
Office
 
 of
Education
to
disseminate
information
on 

 model
career
exploration
programs
for
7th
and 

 8th
grade
students
via
a
regional
curriculum
fair  STRIPE
participates
in
a
large
regional
 
 Career
Expo,
providing
apprenticeship
and
 
 career
exploration
activities
from
the 
 transportation
infrastructure
trades  Coordinators
make
site
visits
to
middle
schools
to
demonstrate
 STRIPE‐
My
Space
page,
showcasing
careers
in
transportation
 infrastructure

  • 7.  20
‐25
hours
of
contextual
learning  Pre‐planned
curriculum
infused
into
existing
ROP
 course
curriculum  Outline,
lesson
plans,
projects,
contacts,
 evaluations,
teacher
preparation  Piloted
for
spring
semester
2009  Available
to
any
program
anywhere
in
the
state
  • 8.  History
and
backgrounds
of
Unions
in
the
U.S.  Evolution
of
modern‐day
apprenticeship  What
are
they  How
do
they
work  Local
apprentice
programs
  locations,
requirements
and
contact
information  Identify
personal
traits
appropriate
for
apprenticeships  
OSHA
Safety
Certification  Individual
career
pathway
to
the
trades
  • 9.  Introduction
to
OSHA  Crane
Operations  Material
Handling  Welding
and
cutting OSHA
  Hand
and
power
tools Certification  Scaffolds  Walking
working
surfaces 10‐hour  Excavations Construction  Stairways
&
ladders Industry  Fall
prevention
&
protection Sac
County
ROP  Personal
protective
equipment  Blood‐borne
pathogens  Electrical
safety  Machine
Guarding  Hazardous
Communications  Preventing
workplace
violence  Emergency
action
  • 10. 8‐9
week
course
–
8
units Three
Themes
of
Study: (See
Handout) Roads  Bridges  Levees/Rail  Pre‐apprenticeship
students
at
American
River
College
 will
be
given
priority
on
the
enrollment
list
for
 apprenticeship
openings
  • 11.  Apprenticeship
is
formal
 


occupational
training
that
combines
paid
 employment,
on‐the‐job
training
and
job
related
 college
level
instruction.  
American
River
College
apprenticeship
instructors
 are
college
faculty;
apprenticeship
coursework
earns
 college
credit
that
can
lead
to
an
A.S.
Degree.
  
Infrastructure
pre‐apprenticeship
promotes
student
 success
while
building
and
meeting
the
state’s
 workforce
needs.
  • 12.  Often
apprenticeship
programs
lose
up
to
50%
of
their
 apprentices
in
the
first
year.

This
is
due
to
students
 not
being
adequately
prepared
for
the
workforce  However,
students
completing
pre‐apprenticeship
 show
increased
retention
and
success
in
formal
 apprenticeship
training American
River
College
is
the
Local
Education
Agency
 for
the
following
apprenticeship
training
programs: ●Carpenters


●Drywall/Lathers


●Sheet
Metal
Workers ●Iron
Workers

●Electricians


●Work
Experience
for

  • 13. Carol
Johnston

cjohnston@scoe.net Linda
Christopher‐Miles
milesl@arc.losrios.edu Mavis
McAllister
mcallim@arc.losrios.edu STRIPE
WEBSITE:
http://arc.losrios.edu/stripe