What Happened to CLR 15 in Afghanistan in 2009? Emergency Deployment on Short Notice Remote, Treacherous, Austere Environment Supply 45,000 Widely Dispersed Troops Assignment Pushed Limits Education Training & Leadership Gaps Presented as Death Risks
Marine Corps Goals? Improve Chance of Survival in War Improve Supply Chain Operations Increase Corps Professionalism Understand/Adopt Corporate Best Practices Bridge Education and Training Gaps Kick Start College and Professional Aspirations
University Goals? Create Degree Completion Opportunities Grow Enrollments Develop Custom Credit Bearing Curriculum Develop a Replicable/Multi Use Program Embrace Multiple/Flexible Funding Sources
Who What & WhyA Task Force Develops TEAM BRANDMAN Nancy Salzman Dean, Extended Education Kurt Takamine Dean, School of Business Ruth Claire Black AVC, Military Education Helen Eckmann Faculty, School of Business Pamela Monaco Dean, Arts & Sciences TEAM MARINES LtCol Jaime Collazo Commander, CLR 15 MGySgt Smith Kevin D. "Sergeant Major“, CLR 15 Major, Michelle Ayers CLR 15 Executive Officer “XO” Robert Broussard OIC Process Reform Center SMU, 1st Supply Bn, CLR-15, 1st MLG
Working Together Draft the Quarterback and Name the Skill Positions B. Build Trust and Relationships C. Patience and Hard Work D. “The Devil is in the Details”
What Creates the Foundation? A. Collaborative Goal Setting B. Shared Expected Outcomes C. Interdisciplinary Team Based Curriculum Development
How to Begin? A. What Training and Education is in Place? B. Who Took the Current Training? C. When and How Was the Current Training Delivered? D. Assess Options to Build on Current Training E. Avoid Overlap and Repetition F. Level Skill Sets
Mapping Resources? A. Understand the Vision Mission & Values of your Partners B. Tools of the Trade
Custom Survey Tools
Collect Job Descriptions
Why is Mapping Important? Define and Illustrate Career Paths Define and Illustrate Degree Paths Define and Illustrate Certification Options D. Define and Illustrate Certificate Options
Budget and Funding Considerations A. Tuition Assistance B. GI Benefits C. Veterans and Transition Programs D. Financial Aid E. Scholarship Opportunities F. Workforce Development Funds G. State and Federal Grant Opportunities Family and Friends All of the Above
Sale Techniques A. Showing Value B. Showing Value C. Showing Value D. Showing Value E. Showing Value F. Showing Value G. Showing Value H. Showing Value I. All of the Above
Assessment and Continuous Improvement Keys To Success in Assessment A. Not the Place to Skimp B. Honesty C. Make Changes Proactively Living Process All of the Above
Assessment and Improvement Tactics Key Tactics for Success in Assessment Evaluations
Surveys Course Assessment Objective Realization All of the Above
What Are the Biggest Challenges? A. Learning a Foreign Language B. Building a Partnership C. “The Devil is in the Details” D. Stay Flexible Active Listening All of the Above
Victory! From: Camp Pendleton To: NCAS Miramar and beyond …..
and beyond ….. From: Logistics To: Leadership and beyond …..
and beyond ….. From: The Marine Corps To: County Offices and beyond …..
Questions Discussion Round Table
Nancy Salzman Dean, Extended Education email@example.com 949-341-9868 Ruth Claire Black Associate Vice Chancellor Military Education and Strategic Partnerships firstname.lastname@example.org 949-341-9870