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Latino Summit Presentation: Houston Community College Building a Pipeline of STEM Success for Hispanic Students

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Latino Summit Presentation: Houston Community College Building a Pipeline of STEM Success for Hispanic Students

  1. 1. Houston Community College Building a Pipeline of STEM Success for Hispanic Students
  2. 2. Science Technology Engineering Math
  3. 3. Science Technology Engineering Math
  4. 4. Science Technology Engineering Math
  5. 5. Science Technology Engineering Math
  6. 6. 6 “...Leadership tomorrow depends on how we educate our students – especially in science, technology, engineering, and math.” President Barack Obama, September 16, 2010 STEM
  7. 7. 7 Health Care
  8. 8. 8 Manufacturing
  9. 9. 9 Engineering
  10. 10. 10 Science
  11. 11. Top occupations in Texas by demand Rank Occupation Title Annual Job Openings Annual Median Wage 20131 Nurses 5,350 67,308 2 Operations Manager 3,840 97,052 3 Accountants 2,540 65,007 4 Computer Systems Analysts 1,395 80,418 5 Business Operations 1,295 70,997 6 Lawyers 1,075 115,465 7 Application Software Developers 1,020 93,609 8 Market Research Analysts 985 62,367 9 Construction Managers 945 74,662 10 Management Analysts 935 81,822 11 Petroleum Engineers 875 143,209 12 Systems Software Developers 825 96,842 13 Health Specialty Teachers 765 98,753 14 Civil Engineers 715 87,445 15 Managers 710 109,107 Source: Texas Workforce Commission Report on Texas Growth Occupations 2013, Appendix A-2, Top Quartile Occupations in Texas by Job Openings and Pay
  12. 12. Rank Occupation Title Annual Job Openings Annual Median Wage 20131 Nurses 5,350 67,308 2 Operations Manager 3,840 97,052 3 Accountants 2,540 65,007 4 Computer Systems Analysts 1,395 80,418 5 Business Operations 1,295 70,997 6 Lawyers 1,075 115,465 7 Application Software Developers 1,020 93,609 8 Market Research Analysts 985 62,367 9 Construction Managers 945 74,662 10 Management Analysts 935 81,822 11 Petroleum Engineers 875 143,209 12 Systems Software Developers 825 96,842 13 Health Specialty Teachers 765 98,753 14 Civil Engineers 715 87,445 15 Managers 710 109,107 Top occupations in Texas by demand Source: Texas Workforce Commission Report on Texas Growth Occupations 2013, Appendix A-2, Top Quartile Occupations in Texas by Job Openings and Pay
  13. 13. Texas STEM careers and economic outlook: Net earnings projection STEM Four-Year Sources: Texas Workforce Commission, College for Texans, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts. Cumulative Per Capita Earnings, Weighted Averages $350,000 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 -50,000 -100,00 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Baseline Occupation Requiring no Postsecondary Education 10 Most Prevalent Associate Degree Occupations 10 Most Prevalent Four-year Degree Occupations
  14. 14. Effect of Knowledge on Employment, 2001-2015 Essential skills for working in the machine age, Deloitte Consulting, 2016 14
  15. 15. SKILLS Safety Blueprint Reading Gas Metallurgy Electricity Communication
  16. 16. SKILLS Safety Blueprint Reading Gas Metallurgy Electricity Communication KNOWLEDGE Math Reading Geometry Physics Chemistry
  17. 17. SKILLS Workplace Safety Patient Assessment Medication Admin Treatment Admin Nursing Process/ Critical Thinking Patient Education Communication
  18. 18. SKILLS Workplace Safety Patient Assessment Medication Admin Treatment Admin Nursing Process/ Critical Thinking Patient Education Communication KNOWLEDGE Math Reading Geometry Physics Chemistry Biology Statistics
  19. 19. SKILLS Safety Installation Principles of Refrigeration Electricity Handling Refrigerant Maintenance Communication
  20. 20. KNOWLEDGE Math Reading Geometry Physics Chemistry SKILLS Safety Installation Principles of Refrigeration Electricity Handling Refrigerant Maintenance Communication
  21. 21. 25 Autonomous Vehicle Jobs Vehicle Intelligence Simulation Technician Software Tester TITLES Simulation Engr Validation Engr Systems Integrator Chasis Control Test Analyst Embedded Software
  22. 22. 26 Vehicle Intelligence TITLES Simulation Engr Validation Engr Systems Integrator Chasis Control Test Analyst Embedded Software KNOWLEDGE Math Reading Communication Geometry Physics Statistics Coding Creativity
  23. 23. 31 3D Printing Jobs 3D Computer- Aided Design Biological/ Scientific Modeling Educator TITLES Model Maker CAD Designer Electro-mechanical Assembler CNC Programmer Sales Specialist Medical MakerSpace
  24. 24. 32 TITLES Model Maker CAD Designer Electro-mechanical Assembler CNC Programmer Sales Specialist Medical MakerSpace KNOWLEDGE Math Reading Communication Geometry Physics Statistics Biology Chemistry Coding Creativity
  25. 25. • Body Level One 33 Challenges: The education requirements for jobs in America (1970-2020) Source: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, 2014. "Recovery: Job Growth and Education Requirements through 2020." Retrieved from Rice Kinder Institute for Urban Research, 2016.
  26. 26. Challenges: Pipeline leakage 100# # # # # # Ninth# Graders# 18# # # College# Graduates,# including# Associate’s# degrees# First#year###### of#college# High#School# Remainder#of#college# @32# @28# @13# @9# # Graduate# from# #high#school# on#Dme# # Enroll# directly# in# college# Are#sDll# enrolled# the#next# year# 27#68#40# # Source:##Hunt,#J.#&#Tierney,#T.,#2006.## -31 -16 -33 100 8th Graders (2003) 69 HS Grad 53 Enter College 15 BS or higher 4 AS or AAS 1 Cert 20 Grads College THECB, TEA and NSC, 12/31/2014. Texas Public Higher Education Almanac 2015. Presentation 10/23/2015 UH Education Conference. 1 in 5
  27. 27. 35 Source: TEA Division of Performance Reporting, Texas Academic Performance Reports, 2012-13; 2014-15 District Attendance and Post Secondary Readiness Report. © Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research ACT Scores by Ethnicity (HISD Class of 2011 and 2014) Ethnicity % At or Above Criterion % Tested ACT Mean 2011 2014 2011 2014 2011 2014 African American 8.1 6.0 80.2 98.0 17.3 17.4 Asian 62.3 52.8 n/a - 26.3 26.3 Hispanic 9.8 7.1 64.6 98.3 18.0 18.8 White 60.2 52.7 99.8 - 25.0 25.7 Note: The national average for the class of 2011 and 2014 was 21. The criterion is 24 on the ACT Composite. Challenges: College Readiness The proportions of HISD seniors who are “college ready,” by ethnic background
  28. 28. 36 The ethnic distribution across Harris County Source: Outreach Strategists, LLC. Color represents demographic group being a majority in that census tract. © Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research
  29. 29. 37 The ethnic distribution across Harris County Source: Outreach Strategists, LLC. Color represents demographic group being a majority in that census tract. © Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research
  30. 30. 38 The ethnic distribution across Harris County Source: Outreach Strategists, LLC. Color represents demographic group being a majority in that census tract. © Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research
  31. 31. 39 The ethnic distribution across Harris County Source: Outreach Strategists, LLC. Color represents demographic group being a majority in that census tract. © Dr. Stephen L. Klineberg and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research
  32. 32. Why stop continuing with education Which of the following are reasons you have not continued your education? Percent of Latino youth ages 16 to 25 with a high school diploma or less, who are not enrolled and have no plans to return to school saying “Yes”. Need to support family English skills are limited Didn't like school Can't afford to go on in school Don't need more education Grades not high enough 21% 39% 40% 42% 49% 74% Source: Mark Hugo Lopez, Pew Research Center, Hispanic Trends Project, October 2014
  33. 33. 41 Houston Community College Solution:
  34. 34. Don’t like school?
  35. 35. 629 sq miles 2.3 MM people
  36. 36. 106,172 students annually African American 31% Hispanic 36% White 15% Asian 14% Other, 4%
  37. 37. Associate Degrees Graduates All Disciplines, Hispanic 2015 2016 % Change 1 El Paso Community College 2895 2736 -5% 2 Central New Mexico Community College 1292 2172 68% 3 Houston Community College 1369 1901 39% 4 Lone Star College 1334 1717 29% 5 San Antonio College 1243 1448 16% Source: Community College Week analysis of U.S. Department of Education Data, 2016 2016 Rankings Graduates All Disciplines Hispanic
  38. 38. 2016 Rankings Graduates All Disciplines African American Source: Community College Week analysis of U.S. Department of Education Data, 2016 Associate Degrees Graduates All Disciplines-African American 2015 2016 % Change 1 Wayne County Community College 1314 1664 27% 2 Houston Community College 1241 1588 28% 3 CUNY Borough of Manhattan 905 1003 11% 4 Central Texas 793 938 18% 5 Ivy Tech Community College 793 912 15%
  39. 39. 2,400 classes daily
  40. 40. 2,500 faculty
  41. 41. 2,000 staff
  42. 42. 50
  43. 43. Rockets Science
  44. 44. STEM Program
  45. 45. Engineering Program (2+2 and 22) Creatin
  46. 46. Hispanics in Engineering at HCC Ethnicity Females Males Total International 54 184 238 White 21 122 143 Black 37 139 176 Hispanic 63 266 329 (32%) Asian 29 91 120 Amer.Indian 1 1 2 Unknown 2 8 10 Hawaii/Pac Isl 2 1 3 Multi-Racial 3 7 10 Total 212 819 1031 Source: OIR DataMart Files, Fall 2016
  47. 47. HCC-Coleman Center of Excellence- Health Sciences
  48. 48. HCC UHD RN to BSN PROGRAM (22 ) 1. Students will enroll at HCC to earn their ADN/RN. 2. Students will seamlessly begin their BSN at UHD in the same building at the Medical Center.
  49. 49. HCC Partners 1. Texas Industry Cluster Innovative Academies 2. Grant intended to add industry partners and expand Early College High Schools’ focus on STEM related programs

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