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  • Leveraging the Power of Partnerships Economic Development Workforce Development Higher EducationTexas & Oklahoma Workforce BoardsNative American NationsOklahoma & Texas Higher EducationEconomic Development Organizations in Oklahoma & TexasTexas & Oklahoma CommunitiesState AgenciesOklahoma Department of Commerce Texas Workforce CommissionFederal AgenciesDepartment of LaborEconomic Development Administration
  • High School Graduation rates Oklahoma & Texas 60% drop outThose that are educated leave and those that aren’t stay.
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    • 1. Higher Education is Open for Business in Oklahoma<br />Introduction<br />Presented by:<br />Connie Lake, Oklahoma State Regents<br />Kathy Hendrick, Southeastern Oklahoma State University<br />Heather Kay, Oklahoma State University - OKC<br />
    • 2. <ul><li>Coordinating board
    • 3. Rural university
    • 4. Urban branch campus</li></ul>Overview<br />
    • 5. <ul><li>Making Place Matter Initiative</li></ul>Higher Ed Engagement<br />
    • 6. <ul><li>State Regents Economic Development Council</li></ul>Higher Ed Engagement<br />
    • 7. <ul><li>State Regents Economic Development Council</li></ul>Higher Ed Engagement<br />
    • 8. <ul><li>Tech transfer/IP stuff</li></ul>Higher Ed Engagement<br />
    • 9. Put your slide title here<br />
    • 10. Demographics & Location<br />
    • 11. Demographics & Location<br />
    • 12. SOUTHEAST OKLAHOMA<br /><ul><li>13 Counties
    • 13. 233,292 people
    • 14. 9,903 Square miles
    • 15. Larger than Delaware, Connecticut, Rhode Island, & DC combined
    • 16. Median Income $
    • 17. Out of 77 counties SE OK has the three poorest counties in the state median income and the highest unemployment</li></ul>Demographics & Location<br />
    • 18. Holcim Concrete<br />Industries<br />Denison Industries<br />3800<br /> New <br />Jobs<br />
    • 19. Aviation<br />Safety<br />Education<br />Business<br />Criminal Justice<br />
    • 20. <ul><li>Choctaw Nation
    • 21. 12 story hotel with 330 rooms
    • 22. 20,000 Sq. Ft. Conference Center
    • 23. Oasis Tropical Swimming Pools
    • 24. Oka Spa & Fitness Center
    • 25. 175-seat Amphitheater
    • 26. 4600 slot machines/38 Table Games /30 Poker Tables
    • 27. Entertainment & Dining
    • 28. RV Park
    • 29. Historical Sites and Downtowns
    • 30. Chickasaw Nation
    • 31. 380,000 square feet of gaming
    • 32. Entertainment & Dining
    • 33. 100 room hotel (400 room hotel (to come)
    • 34. 5,600 electronic games /46 poker tables/76 table games
    • 35. 18-hole Golf Course </li></ul>k<br />Tourism Growth<br /><ul><li>Lake Texoma</li></li></ul><li>Texoma Regional Consortium<br />Simple Thesis:<br />"labor sheds are not identified by state, county, city workforce development areas or other boundaries – <br />they are identified by how far workers are willing to drive."<br />Background<br />
    • 36. Location<br />
    • 37. Forging the Red River<br />More than Football Rivalry<br />Regionalism<br />Texoma Regional Consortium <br />
    • 38. Partners<br />
    • 39. Motivation<br />Share workers within two state region<br />Migration<br />Brain Drain<br />2+2 Agreement with TX Higher Education<br />Lowest Unemployment in 25 years (2006)<br />Texoma Workforce Regional Planning Grant<br />Motivation<br />
    • 40. Goals<br />Develop Regional Partnerships <br />Increase Communication Between Partners<br />Regional List of Targeted Industry Clusters<br />Skills Gap Analysis and Address Issues<br />Increase Coordination of Secondary & Post-Secondary Education with Employers<br />Complete Strategic Plan<br />Outcomes<br />
    • 41. Strategic Themes<br />Interviews and Focus groups with local employers and stakeholders and meetings of the Steering Committee identified seven strategic areas<br />Knowledge Capacity<br />Innovation<br />Global Image and Competitive Location<br />Connectivity<br />Urban and Outdoor Amenities<br />Community Support<br />Regional Leadership<br />Outcomes<br />
    • 42. Momentum<br />Creation of Regional Consortium <br />Developed Regional Workforce and Economic Development Plan<br />FIRST TIME: Cohesive Vision for the Region<br />Identified 7 Key Strategies<br />Bi-Annual Regional Economic Summits<br />Over $1.36 million leveraged<br />Outcomes<br />
    • 43. Manufacturing/Transportation, Distribution, & Logistics<br />Workforce Opportunity Resources for Kids (WORK) Program<br />It Starts Now! DVD & Lesson Plans<br />It’s Up to You! Resume and Interviewing Skills<br />Education<br />Real Life Math<br />Manufacturing Education Training System (METS) Lab<br />STEM Academy <br />Healthcare<br />Robert Wood Johnson Grant<br />Outcomes<br />
    • 44. <ul><li>Workforce STILL a primary issue for Industry
    • 45. Higher Education to be recognized as an integral part of economic development
    • 46. Integrate TRC report and data with MPM
    • 47. Revise and update strategic documents and work plan</li></ul>Future<br />
    • 48. Thanks<br />Kathy Hendrick, CEcD, MBA<br />580-745-2046<br />khendrick@se.edu<br />
    • 49. <ul><li>bullets</li></ul>Put your slide title here<br />
    • 50. <ul><li>bullets</li></ul>Put your slide title here<br />
    • 51. <ul><li>bullets</li></ul>Put your slide title here<br />
    • 52. <ul><li>Just a suggestion…</li></ul>Best Practices<br />
    • 53. Recognized by the OK State Regents as an outstanding partnership<br />Best Practices<br />
    • 54. THANK YOU<br />Any questions?<br />
    • 55. Thank You!<br />Connie Lake<br />clake@osrhe.edu<br />405-<br />Kathy Hendrick, CEcD, MBA<br />khendrick@se.edu<br />580-745-2046<br />Heather Kay<br />hkay@osu.edu<br />405-<br />

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