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Report
Workforce and Economic Development Division
California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
CTE Enhancement Fund
Inland Empire/Desert Region
Julie Pehkonen, Chair  Lori Sanchez, Director, Center of Excellence for Labor Market Data
Date/Version
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October
7, 2014
California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.1 Million Students
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Agenda
• Overview of CTE Enhancement Fund Local Share
Application
– Projected Allocations by College
– Allowable Uses
– Application Elements
– LMI Data (Both Demand and Supply Side)
• Timelines
• Questions & Answers
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Allocation of Funds
Statewide
Funds allocated to 7 regions
Formula based on actuals:
● CTE FTES
● FTES
● # of Colleges
● Credit and Noncredit
Within each region
60% made available as college
“Local Shares”
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Calculated on same formula as above
Uses must conform to criteria of budget language
Subgranted to colleges by Regional Consortia Fiscal Agent
40% made available to multicollege proposals
● multi-college applications
within regions
● multi-college applications
that cross regions
•
If over-subscribed, will be ranked against criteria or made
competitive
Subgranted to colleges by Regional Consortia Fiscal Agent
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California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.1 Million Students
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Allowable Uses
Funds may be used for:
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Equipment
Curriculum Development
Professional Development and
Other Related Costs necessary to develop,
enhance, retool, and expand quality CTE
offerings.
California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.3 Million Students
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60% Local Share Allocation
IE/DRC (Region F)
Budget Allocation
Barstow
$
Chaffey
94,900
304,615
Copper Mountain
71,538
Crafton Hills
105,519
Desert
194,762
Moreno Valley
178,766
Mt. San Jacinto
222,866
Norco College
136,435
Palo Verde
87,291
Riverside
358,688
San Bernardino
248,214
Victor Valley
252,910
Total
$
2,256,504
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Offline Version of Application – Local Share
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Initial Application:
Due October 17
California Community Colleges – Chancellor’s Office | 112 Colleges | 72 Districts | 2.6 Million Students
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Initial Application Contents
• Standard Grant Contact Information (CEO,
CBO, Primary Contact for this Grant, etc)
• Application displays the budget language and
asks that respondent review before
completing application.
• Proposed program to be funded (Select from
the CTE TOP Codes drop down menu).
– Maximum of 7 TOP Codes can be included.
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For Each Funded TOP Code
• Provide a name for this program area
70 characters maximum
• Proposed Expenditures
– Detailed budget will be submitted at final application
– 400 words maximum
• Approximately how many graduates does the
program currently produce each year?
• How many additional graduates per year, if any, do
you project as a result of this expenditure?
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For Each Funded TOP Code (continued)
• Advanced Manufacturing
• Is this expenditure in
• Healthcare
one of your region’s
• Global Trade / Logistics
priority or emergent
• Advanced Transportation /
industry sectors?
Renewables
Drop down list of
• ICT/Digital Media
priority and emergent
• Small Business
sectors.
• If this program is not in one of your region’s
emergent or priority sectors, what is the basis for
targeting it for investment?
200 word maximum
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For Each Funded TOP Code (continued)
• Are you currently collaborating with other colleges to serve a
regional labor market?
Yes; No; No, but interested
• Utilizing ONetOnline.org, provide the Job Titles and SOC codes
for the occupations the program or class targets (if more than
1, list top 3):
• Identify the geographic area where you expect most
graduates to find jobs.
Check all that apply from pre-populated list.
• Primary contact for questions about this program area
Name and contact info
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Final Application:
Due December 1
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Demand (LMI)
• How many people are employed in the job titles and
the region you specified in 2013?
• How many are projected for 2016?
• Projected average annual openings over the 20132016 time period for the region you specified
(includes job growth and openings due to retirement
and other separations)
• Starting hourly wage (10th percentile hourly wage
see COE-LMI table)
• Median hourly wage
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Labor Market Information (LMI)
Entry-Level
Wages
Filter
Data By
County
New &
Replacement
Jobs
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Supply
• Average annual supply from community
colleges for the region and occupations you
specified (based on review of last 3
years):
• Average annual total supply from all sources
(average annual based on review of last 3
years):
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Supply: College Data
Filters
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Supply/Demand GAP
• Annual Net (Annual Supply of Graduates All
Sources - Annual Job Openings)
• Please list sources of above labor market
information (i.e. California Employment
Development Department, US Department of
Labor, Centers of Excellence)
• Other labor market information that informed
this investment
400 words maximum
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Alignment, Articulation, Industry Match
• Regional Alignment: Describe how your program and
curriculum align with similar programs in your region to meet
regional workforce development needs.
400 words maximum
• Articulation: If your program is not in one of your region's
priority or emergent sectors, describe how you articulate or
will articulate the program with K-12 and/or four year
institutions.
400 words maximum
• Industry Match Requirement: Describe the industry match
your proposal will provide.
Source, Type, Value
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Outcomes
• Please describe the intended impact on
students and the labor market with this
investment
600 words maximum
• Through the LaunchBoard we now have the
capacity to track performance by program for
most of the momentum points. Which
momentum points do you expect will
ultimately be impacted by your investment?
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• Budget
–By category
–By major object code
• Final Certification
• Due: December 1st
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Projected Timeline – Local Share
October 2, 2014
Release to each college their region’s:
•LMI data (both demand & supply sides)
•Allocations by region/district/college
•Off-line version of the on-line application with all prompts that must be responded to in the on-line
version
•Timeline for application, review, sub-contracting and expenditures
Webinar for DWMs Key Talent
October 3-10
Regional Webinars to review timeline, what will be required in the application, how to use the LMI
tools that will be provided.
October 9
Release of on-line Local Share Application
October 17
Local Share Initial Application due
October 22-24
Regional Consortia meet with their colleges at CCCAOE by region to discuss how to use
Enhancement Fund to advance regional alignment
Oct-November
TIme for colleges to consult with local and regional industry partners, review LMI, explore possible
collaborations combining 60% and 40% funds
December 1
Local Share Final Application due
December 2-19
Each Regional Consortium issues secondary certifications of college applications
December 3 January 31, 2015*
Regional Consortium Fiscal Agent and Regional Consortia develops subgrants/contracts with each
college
*This might need to be extended to accommodate timeline for approval of contracts by the fiscal
agent’s governing board.
March 1, 2015
Initial Report to Legislature
March 15, 2016
ALL FUNDS MUST BE SPENT
Colleges must re-certify that funds were used in accordance with State Budget language
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Questions & Clarification
For additional questions or clarification,
contact:
Julie.Pehkonen@rcc.edu
Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium
or
Lori.Sanchez@chaffey.edu
Center of Excellence for Labor Market Data
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