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    • TARGET 2020 SUMMIT SERIESNorth Carolina, California, Florida | 2010 - 2012 REPORT 1
    • Target 2020:Introduction 1,195 COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN THE UNITED STATES have OVER 6.5 MILLION students enrolled in accreditation programs. THESE STUDENTS HIGHLIGHT the diversity of the Millennial Generation (MINORITIES: 35% AND FEMALES: 60%). 46% OF UNDERGRADUATES ARE why community ENROLLED AT COMMUNITY COLLEGES.college students? To ensure that they can afford their education, 27% OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE EMPLOYED FULL-TIME WHILE OVER 47% RECEIVE SOME KIND OF FINANCIAL AID. MORE THAN 1/3 OF ALL COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE THE first in their family to attend college. 2
    • Target 2020 NC: Participant Data 3
    • Target 2020 NC: Participant Demographics Education Gender Ethnicity 60 OTHER 5% AFRICAN 50 AMERICAN COMMUNITYCOLLEGE - FULL… 68% ASIAN COMMUNITY 40COLLEGE - PART… 2% LATINO/A PREVIOUSLY 30 PACIFIC ATTENDED 4… 7% 51 ISLANDER 48 HIGH SCHOOL 20 WHITE DIPLOMA - GED 1% HIGH SCHOOL 10 MIXED GRADUATE 0% ETHNICITY OTHER IN HIGH SCHOOL 6% 0 DECLINED TO STATE 0% 20%40%60%80% Age 50% 20% 29% 16% 12% 6% 10% 3% 3% 0% 18 TO 19 20 TO 22 23 TO 25 26 TO 27 28 TO 30 31 TO 34 35 TO 40 OVER 40 4
    • Target 2020 NC: Partners 5
    • Target 2020 NC: Themes challenges LACK OF FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR tuition, housing, textbooks, healthcare, and childcare services to community college completion INSTITUTION OF NATIONAL STANDARDS FOR transferring role of government credits and consistent policies THROUGH THE STATE in ensuring community COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM college completionrole of academic institutions improved academic advising process THAT INCLUDES PEER MENTORSHIP AND COUNSELING in ensuring community college completion role of Millennial students involvement with SGA or a campus group AND PERSONAL ACCOUNTABILITY FOR your own academic success in ensuring community college completion 6
    • Target 2020 NC: Winners peer pairing STUDENT-LED EFFORT TO SUPPORT FIRST-YEAR COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS WITH MENTORING AND ADVISEMENT the lounge ONLINE NEWSPAPER FOR STUDENTS TO LEARN ABOUT LOCAL EVENTS AND ISSUES the goal program RELEVANT TO ONLINE JOURNAL TO TRACK EDUCATIONAL GOALS STUDENTS early college high school COMMUNITY-BUILDING ACTIVITIES TO BRIDGE COLLEGE COMMUNITY WITH HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM a walk for success STUDENT ACTIVITY AND CLUB FAIR TO ENGAGE STUDENTS IN WAYS TO BECOME MORE INVOLVED ON THEIR CAMPUS 7
    • Target 2020 NC: Project Spotlight title PEER PAIRING college CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE PEER PAIRING MATCHES 2ND YEAR STUDENTS WITH 1ST YEAR STUDENTS DURING THE FALL SEMESTER TO PROVIDE: • SUPPORT, ADVICE AND ENCOURAGEMENT • STRATEGIES FOR ADAPTING TO A NEW ACADEMIC description ENVIRONMENT • COACHING ON EFFECTIVE STUDY SKILLS • AN INSIDE TRACK ON HELPFUL COLLEGE SUPPORT SERVICES • TIPS RELATED TO COLLEGE POLICIES, TIMELINES AND • DEADLINES + MENTEES SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED 18 MENTORS accomplishments • AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE POSITIVE FRIENDSHIPS ON PILOT PROGRAM • CAMPUS PARTNERING WITH COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS TO INSTITUTIONALIZE PROGRAM 8
    • Target 2020 NC: Participant Testimonials kellyhenley } WHAT I GOT} CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY COLLEGE HERE [AT THE SUMMIT] IS THE I’M A LATE STUDENT, I’M COMING OPPORTUNITY TO SCHOOL AT ALMOST 30 YEARS TO MEET AND LOT OF GREAT AND WONDERFUL OLD AND THIS HAS BEEN THE NETWORK WITHHAVE A LOT OF PEOPLE WHO OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. I A POSITIVE AND INNOVATIVE WANT TO SHARE THAT WITH IDEAS. I AM ALSO GOING TO OTHER STUDENTS THAT I COME IN TAKE BACK WITH ME A LOT OF CONTACT DIFFERENCE, THE WITH AND AND GREAT IDEAS, NOT ONLY THAT I HAVEN’T YET STUDENTS THATWANT TO MAKE AFFECT MY CAMPUS, BUT THAT AN IMPACT AND DECIDED ON COLLEGE. I WANT TO AFFECT CAMPUSES ACROSS THE ~ EMPOWER THOSE MAKE A DIFFERENCE STATE. I WANT TO WORK TO WHO HAVE A EMPOWER OTHERS TO COME UP ~ DREAM. WITH REASONABLE AND SOLID SOLUTIONS TO PREVENT THESE BARRIERS little nicholas THAT OUR GENERATION FACES NOW AND CENTRAL PIEDMONT COMMUNITY OTHER GENERATIONS WILL FACE COLLEGE IN THE FUTURE. 9
    • Target 2020 CA: Participant Data 10
    • Target 2020 CA: Participant Demographics Education Gender Ethnicity 60 OTHER 3% AFRICAN 50 AMERICAN COMMUNITY ASIANCOLLEGE - FULL TIME 66% 40 LATINO/A COMMUNITYCOLLEGE - PART TIME 16% 30 PACIFIC PREVIOUSLY 48 ISLANDER ATTENDED 4 YEAR… 2% 20 39 WHITE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA - GED 1% 10 MIXED ETHNICITY HIGH SCHOOL OTHER GRADUATE 0% 0 DECLINED IN HIGH SCHOOL 1% TO STATE Age 50% 22% 36% 16% 3% 5% 5% 0% 1% 0% 18 TO 19 20 TO 22 23 TO 25 26 TO 27 28 TO 30 31 TO 34 35 TO 40 OVER 40 11
    • Target 2020 CA: Partners 12
    • Target 2020 CA: Themes challenges FINANCIAL BARRIERS AND lack of awareness of campus resources INCLUDINGFINANCIAL AID AND CHILDCARE SERVICES to community college completion role of government GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS NEED TO prioritize education AND RECOGNIZE COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND STUDENTS in ensuring community college completionrole of academic institutions INSTITUTIONS NEED to stand for the “whole” student body, INCLUDING AB 540 STUDENTS AND provide mandatory in ensuring community workshops for educators AS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF college completion THEIR SKILL SETS role of Millennial students student-led peer mentoring programs WITH TRAINING ON FINANCIAL AID, EDUCATION PLANNING, AND OUTREACH TO in ensuring community HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS college completion 13
    • Target 2020 CA: Winnersinstitutional aid for undocumentedstudents RESOURCE CENTER FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTSCREATES A CAMPUSTHAT INCLUDES COMPUTER ACCESS, FREE PRINTING, USEDBOOKS, COUNSELING SERVICES, PEER TUTORING, AND A NETWORK OF ABsupporting student voices540 STUDENTS virtual tutoring for skylineOFFERS COMPLETE VIDEO AND EDITING seed investment winnerSUPPORT FOR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS ON collegeTUTORING WITH EXTENDED HOURS FREE VIRTUALCAMPUS AND CREATES FILMS TO INCREASE TO ACCOMMODATE STUDENT SCHEDULES AND THEAWARENESS ABOUT COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEED FOR ACADEMIC SUPPORT E4FC outreach teamSTUDENT ISSUES ¡fuerte!FORMATION OF OUTREACH TEAM LED BY COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT-LED ORIENTATIONS FORSTUDENTS TO INCREASE AWARENESS OF THE ACADEMIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TOCHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDOCUMENTED LEARN ABOUT THEIR OPTIONS TOtransition from foster care toSTUDENTS ATTEND COMMUNITY COLLEGEcollegeA MENTORSHIP/COUNSELING PROGRAM THAT HELPS FOSTER AND HOST ON CAMPUS WORKCARE CHILDREN PROPERLY TRANSITION INTO COLLEGE LIFE project unity SHOPS OUTREACH PROGRAM THAT robyn hood project INCREASES AWARENESS OF ADDRESS HIGHER EDUCATION FUNDING AFRICAN AMERICAN AND LATINO DEFICIT THROUGH TRAINING AND ORGANIZING OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENT SUCCESS CULTURES TO CREATE A MORE 14 POLICIES WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT FOR
    • Target 2020 CA: Project Spotlight title E4FC OUTREACH TEAM organization EDUCATORS FOR FAIR CONSIDERATION (E4FC) E4FC OUTREACH TEAM IS A GROUP OF UNDOCUMENTED COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS WORKING TO: • DEVELOP THEIR LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND CREATE A NETWORK OF SUPPORTIVE, MOTIVATED COLLEGE STUDENTS • MAKE PRESENTATIONS ABOUT CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS • BUILD A COMMUNITY THAT SUPPORTS UNDOCUMENTED description STUDENTS • INCREASE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE, CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, TRANSFER RATES AND INTERNSHIP/RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS • TRAINED A COHORT OF 11 OUTREACH AMBASSADORS accomplishments • CONDUCTED 120 PRESENTATIONS IN THE PAST YEAR • OUTREACHED TO OVER 20,000 PEOPLE IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA AND BEYOND 15
    • Target 2020 CA: Participant Testimonials jannetceja } I THINK THE} HARTNELL COLLEGE PROCESS HAS BEEN ALMOST... I FEEL VERY LIBERATING. LUCKY, HONORED, AND BLESSED MOST TO EXPERIENCE THIS, AT GET TO ATTEND THIS CONFERENCE... STUDENTS I LEAST HAVE NEVER WE GOT TO MEET WITH 100 DON’T EXPERIENCED THIS, WHERE NOT DIFFERENT COMMUNITY COLLEGE ONLY IS YOUR VOTE LITERALLY STUDENTS AND SHARE OUR COUNTED, BUT YOUR VOICE IS STORIES AND REALIZE THAT EVEN HEARD AND JUST TO BE WITH THOUGH THE DIFFERENT THE PEOPLE WHO ARE ~ WE’RE HERE TO COLLEGES HAVE DIFFERENT MAKE PROBABLY THE TOP 10% OF OUR UPS, WE STILL MOBILIZE. SHARE SOME OF AREAS THAT ARE MOTIVATED, IS TOGETHER, WE’RE THE SAME BASIC PROBLEMS. anaruthhernandez REALLY NOT ONLY EMPOWERING ~ WE’RE STRUGGLING TO TO MAKE HERE KEEP OUR DE ANZA COLLEGE BUT LIKE I SAID, LIBERATING. EDUCATIONS GOING. VOICES BE OUR TOE MAKE OUR VO. HEARD. 16
    • Target 2020 FL: Participant Data 17
    • Target 2020 FL: Participant Demographics Education Gender Ethnicity 60 OTHER 0% AFRICAN 50 AMERICAN CURRENTLY ASIAN ATTAINING A 4YR 1% 40 DEGREE LATINO/A PLAN ON 30 TRANSFERRING TO A 52% 53 PACIFIC 4YR COLLEGE OR… ISLANDER PLAN ON GETTING 20 WHITE 2YR OR AA OR AS 11% 33 DEGREE MIXED 10PROFESSIONAL/POST- ETHNICITY SECONDARY 1% OTHER CERTIFICATE 0 DECLINED DIPLOMA 5% TO STATE Age 46% 33% 50% 8% 2% 0% 1% 0% 18 TO 19 20 TO 22 23 TO 25 26 TO 27 28 TO 30 OVER 30 18
    • Target 2020 FL: Partners 19
    • Target 2020 FL: Themes challenges LOST AT THE START OF COLLEGE BECAUSE OF lack of advisement, orientation, and access to finances to community college completion role of government lower tuition rates or lessen the fee structure WITH AN INCREASE IN MONEY FOR EDUCATIONAL STUDENT AID in ensuring community college completionrole of academic institutions IMPROVEMENT OF student advising and training for faculty and staff AND INCREASED FOCUS ON civics and service learning in ensuring community college completion role of Millennial students SEEKING leadership positions in clubs and networks on campus, AND NOT BEING AFRAID TO INVEST IN THE FUTURE in ensuring community college completion 20
    • Target 2020 FL: Winners h.i.y.a.!high school community helping individual youth achieve seed investment winneroutreach STUDENT-LED SCHOOL STUDENTSA COMMUNITY COLLEGEPROGRAM FOR UNDOCUMENTED HIGH OUTREACH A MENTORSHIP PROGRAM BETWEENTO INCREASE AWARENESS OF SCHOLARSHIPS AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOLEDUCATION OPTIONS BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS THAT INCLUDES SERVICEstudents expediting effective college education PROJECTSA CENTER WITH SPECIALIZED ASSISTANCE FOR TUTORING, ADVISEMENT, AND MORAL SUPPORT(seece)TO ADDRESS INADEQUATE ADVISING AND A LACK OF NETWORK TO SUPPORT STRUGGLINGSTUDENTSimproving graduation rates mdc unitedADAPTING STUDENT LIFE SKILLS COURSES TO seed investment winnerCREATE A SEQUENCE OF COURSES FOR A COALITION OF CAMPUS LEADERS IN THE STUDENTINCREASED COMPREHENSION AND STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION ACROSS ALL THEbreaking down theSUCCESS MIAMIDADE COLLEGE CAMPUSES TO INCREASEbarriersA CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE WOMENTO ADDRESS GENDER-UNIQUE BARRIERS TO COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATIONCOMPLETION INCLUDING UNPLANNED parents for collegePREGNANCY viewer’s choice award CHILDCARE SERVICES DURING SCHOOL HOURS FOR STUDENT PARENTS 21
    • Target 2020 FL: Project Spotlight title PARENTS FOR COLLEGE college MIAMIDADE COLLEGE, HIALEAH PARENTS TO COLLEGE IS THE VIEWER’S CHOICE AWARD WINNER PROJECT. THEIR PROGRAM WILL FOCUS ON INCREASING COMPLETION RATES FOR PARENTS BY: description • DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIP WITH DAYCARE CENTER NEAR CAMPUS • OFFERING SCHOLARSHIPS TO STUDENTS FOR CHILDCARE SERVICES • CREATING SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE PARENTS 22
    • Target 2020 FL: Participant Testimonials nikolecabera } [ONE THING I LEARNED THE AT} CONFERENCE MIAMIDADE COLLEGE - KENDALL WAS] PROBLEMS AS WE DO ON SAME THAT ONE THING I LEARNED TODAY WAS OTHER OUR CAMPUS, SO WE THOUGHT REALLY INTERESTING IS THAT WE CAMPUSES THAT OUR IDEA WAS ~ HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE A SHARE THE UNIQUE, BUT IT WOULD ALSO DIFFERENCE. A LOT OF THE TIME HELP OTHER CAMPUSES, NOT AS A STUDENT, YOU CAN’T GET sonjaserrano JUST OURS. HEARD, YOUR VOICE ISN’T PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE – LAKE HEARD, BUT SOMETIMES IT’S NOT A WAY TO FIGHT WORTH ABOUT STEPPING ON PEOPLE’S THE POWER AND TOES, BUT FIGURING OUT A WAY GET YOUR VOICE ~ TO FI HEARD AND GET YOUR POINT ACROSS. 23
    • Target 2020: Overall Themes support services THE NEED FOR BETTER ACADEMIC, CAREER, AND “LIFE” ADVISING AND MENTORSHIP PROGRAM course sequence A CLEARER PATH TO COMPLETING REMEDIATION COURSES, UNDERSTANDING OF TRANSFER OPTIONS AND COURSE REQUIREMENTS teaching techniques BETTER USE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INSTRUCTION METHODS THAT RELATE TO THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION financial aid NOT JUST REDUCTION OF TUITION AND INCREASE IN AID OPPORTUNITIES, BUT ALSO BETTER ACCESS TO INFORMATION ABOUT SCHOLARSHIPS AND FINANCIAL OPTIONS pathways from high LACK OF PREPARATION IN HIGH SCHOOL AND THE NEED TO CREATE A COLLEGE-GOING CULTURE school 24
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