Community Colleges: Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development

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John Whikehart, Chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College and Steve Bryant, Executive Director at the Gayle & Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship gave a presentation about entrepreneurship and workforce development at Ivy Tech Community College for the 2012 Inter-City Visit to Bloomington, IN.

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Community Colleges: Entrepreneurship and Workforce Development

  1. 1. Presentation to Chapel Hill Delegation September 11, 2012
  2. 2. Ivy Tech Community College History:• Created by act of legislature in 1963 - Indiana Vocational Technical College• In 1999, named as partner with Vincennes University in “community college system”. Name changed to Ivy Tech State College• In 2005, named Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana. Mission of workforce development and transfer to 4-year public institutions• One statewide system, 14 regions, 23 campuses• Fall 2012 statewide enrollment of 180,000 headcount
  3. 3. Ivy Tech-Bloomington’s Role in Workforce Development & Preparation BUDGET/STAFF NUMBERS• In 2002: Operational Budget of $6.3M• In 2012: Operational Budget of $25M• In 2002: 92 full-time faculty and staff• In 2012: 201 full-time faculty and staff
  4. 4. Ivy Tech-Bloomington’s Role in Workforce Development & Preparation ENROLLMENT• 2002: 2,663 students• 2012: 6,200 students• 2002: 18 degree-seeking international students• 2012: 58 degree-seeking international students
  5. 5. Ivy Tech-Bloomington’s Rolein Workforce Development & Preparation ENROLLMENT• In 2012: Magnet campus (73 of 92 counties)• In 2002: 2 Dual Credit courses• In 2012: 66 Dual Credit courses with 678 students
  6. 6. Ivy Tech-Bloomington’s Role in Workforce Development & Preparation• FY 2011-2012 Budget $25,424,920• Salaries & Benefits (554 full/part time) $16,698,715• Leased Space (Liberty Drive – 2 locations) $ 452,046• Financial Aid to students (2011) $21,912,484• Work-study Budget $ 124,168
  7. 7. Ivy Tech-Bloomington’s Role in Workforce Development & Preparation• We provide: • Associates Degrees and Technical Certificates • Career Development Certificates and • Transfer credits to 4-year Universities• Customized workforce training & economic development • Contract training with area companies 82 • Incumbent workers trained 1093
  8. 8. Ivy Tech-Bloomington: Thriving in a University Town A COMPREHENSIVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE• Centers of Excellence that serve the community • Center for Lifelong Learning • Center for Civic Engagement • Indiana Center for Life Sciences • Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center • Gayle and Bill Cook Center for Entrepreneurship
  9. 9. Ivy Tech-Bloomington: Thriving in a University Town INDIANA CENTER FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES• Partnership with Monroe County Government• Hours industry partners used the training suite in 2011 for incumbent worker training 2,094• Companies using space 33• Equipment donated to Center from industry $553,741
  10. 10. Ivy Tech-Bloomington: Thriving in a University Town VALUE OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT GOAL TO LOCAL ECONOMY (‘11-’12)• Individual Volunteerism (70 agencies for 22,467 hours) $489,781• Service Learning classes( 71 sections / 2,906 students at 20,334 hours) $443,281• TOTAL $933,062• VITA Program $1,211,000• TOTAL CONTRIBUTION $2,144,062
  11. 11. Ivy Tech-Bloomington:Supporting Innovation & Entrepreneurship• Established in May 2010• Mission: to develop and implement practical tools and resources for students, individuals and the community to foster entrepreneurship at Ivy Tech Bloomington and the broader economic development region it serves
  12. 12. Ivy Tech-Bloomington:Supporting Innovation & Entrepreneurship FOR THE STUDENT• ENTR courses (launched in Fall 2011) • Career Development Certificate in Entrepreneurship • Associates Degree or Technical Certificate in Business Administration with ENTR emphasis• Non-Credit courses, workshops and seminars for individuals
  13. 13. Ivy Tech-Bloomington:Supporting Innovation & Entrepreneurship SUPPORTING BUSINESS AND INNOVATION• Small business counseling and referrals• Cook Center CEO Roundtables• Startup Weekends• Internships, service learning, & training partnerships
  14. 14. Ivy Tech-Bloomington: Partnering with Indiana University Ivy Tech Transfers:• 70% of Ivy Tech-Bloomington students are transfer bound• In 2002: 34 students transferred 498 credits to 4-year university• In 2010: 1,149 students transferred 18,342 credits to 4-year university• 2002-2010: 3,652 students had transferred 60,044 credits to 4-year university, for a savings of $13,630,000• “Hoosier Link” program: 452 transfers; 74% retention rate

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