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Purdue’s Expanded Commitment to
Community & Regional Development
Bo Beaulieu
March 20, 2014 – Fulton County Annual Extension Meeting
Presentation Overview
 The times they are a changin’ -- The Restructuring
of Purdue Extension’s ECD Work
 Expanding the Investment in the ECD Program
 Major Focus Areas
 Concluding Thoughts
Recent Organizational Structure
Purdue Office of
Engagement
Purdue Center for Regional
Development
(PCRD)
Purdue
Extension
Economic &
Community
Development
The New Structure:
Working Together
Purdue Office of
Engagement
Purdue Center for Regional
Development
(PCRD)
Purdue
Extension
Economic &
Community
Development
The ECD Mission
To help Indiana
communities, both big
and small, grow their local
economies and improve
the quality of life for all
current and future
residents.
The PCRD Mission
Pioneering new ideas
and strategies that
contribute to regional
collaboration,
innovation and
prosperity
Extension ECD & PCRD:
A Valuable & Essential Partnership
Economic &
Community
Development
Purdue Center
for Regional
Development
Building on Our Unique and Complementary Strengths
Building a Network of ECD Regional Educators
Northwest
Newton
The Five Extension
Districts in Indiana
East
• East
• Northwest
Central
• Central
• Southeast
Southwest
• Southwest
Southeast
The Major Focus Areas
High Quality Data:
Discovering Your Local Assets
• Your population
• To be discussed later:
 Your local enterprises
 Your labor force
 Your regional economy
The Features of Your County’s Population
Population Pyramid
Leadership and Civic Engagement
Tough Choices!
Which One Would You Select?
 Three approaches to improving student
achievement in STEM subjects:
 Choice 1:
Invest in Great Teachers
 Choice 2:
Create Smart Accountability
 Choice 3:
Implement a 21st Century Curriculum
from Kindergarten through High School
Community Planning & Collaboration
Economic & Workforce Development
Economic Development Strategies
Creation
Attraction
• Encourage the formation of
new businesses in the county
and region
• Recruit industries or
businesses to the county and
region
C.A.R.E.
Retention
Expansion
• Maintain or strengthen
existing firms in the county
and region
• Encourage the growth of
existing firms in the county and
region
Source: Barta, et al (2010) CARE Model
Variable
Count, 2011
% Share
Employed in Fulton County
6,809
100.%
Employed in county but living outside
3,488
51.2
Employed and living in county
3,321
48.8
Resident labor force in county
10,385
100%
Living in county but employed outside
7,064
68
Living and employed in county
3,321
32
7, 064
3, 488
• Based on strong commuting ties,
Fulton County is linked to Cass,
Kosciusko, Marshall, Miami, Pulaski
and St. Joseph counties, IN
3,321
Total Jobs: 6,809
Total Residents Labor Force: 10,385
• Cluster analysis is performed for the
7-county region
• US 31 is the main transport corridor
The region includes the following counties:
Cass, Fulton, Kosciusko, Marshall, Miami , Pulaski, St. Joseph
Source: RDM, PCRD & ESRI
Regional Analysis:
Fulton , Cass, Kosciusko, Marshall, Miami, Pulaski and St. Joseph Counties
Mature
Industry Cluster Analysis, 2007-2012
Mature
Star
Star
4
Advanced Materials, 2.97,
22,399
Edu. & Knowledge, 2.76, 16,933
3
Glass & Ceramics, 2.92, 1,248
Mfg Supercluster, 2.28, 20,000
Chemicals&Chemical Based,
2.04, 6,280
LQ, 2012
2
Agri. & Food Process., 1.72,
6,741
Defense & Security, 1.37, 10,843
Printing & Publishing, 1.1, 5,032
-20%
Biomedical/Biotech, 1.33,
26,923
10%
1
-10%
0%
Forest & Wood Prod., 1.71,
3,858
20%
30%
40%
Mining, 0.91, 694
Energy(Fossil & Renewable),
0.51, 5,667
0
IT & Telecomm., 0.50, 4,697
Apparel & Textiles, 0.6, 1,183
Transforming
Business&FinancialService, 0.56,
18,472
-1
Transforming
Arts & Ent., 0.57, 5,915
Transportation & Logistics, 0.89,
7,031
% Change in LQ, 2007-2012
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2012, and Employment 2012
Emerging
Emerging
Data Source: EMSI 2013. 2, industry cluster definitions by
PCRD
Regional Analysis:
Fulton , Cass, Kosciusko, Marshall, Miami, Pulaski and St. Joseph Counties
Manufacturing Sub Cluster Analysis, 2007-2012
Mature
Star
6
Primary Metal Mfg, 4.8, 2,849
5
LQ, 2012
4
Transportation Equip. Mfg,
2.67, 5,819
Fab. Metal Prod. Mfg, 3.02,
6,289
3
2
Elec.Equip,App. & Comp. Mfg,
1.45, 832
-60%
-40%
Machinery Mfg, 1.78, 3,015
Comp. & Electrn. Prod. Mfg,
0.72, 1,196
1
-20%
0%
0
Transforming
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2012, and Employment 2012
Data Source: EMSI 2013. 2, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
20%
40%
60%
% Change in LQ , 2007-2012
80%
100%
120%
140%
Emerging
Economic Attributes – 7 County Region
Economic & Demographic
Attributes
Value
Description
Population (2012)
501,040 People living in the region
Jobs (2013)
267,793 Full and part-time jobs
Average Earnings (2013)
Include wages, salaries,
$41,171 supplements and proprietor
income
Source
Census
EMSI (QCEW, BLS; BEA)
EMSI (BLS; BEA)
Students completing a specific
course of study
EMSI (NCES; IPEDS)
GRP, Gross Regional Product
(2012)
Final market value of all goods
$19,224,325,993 and services produced in the
region
EMSI (BEA; QCEW, BLS)
Exports (2012)
$ earned from selling goods and
$31,485,457,094 services to foreign and external
domestic regions
EMSI model (BEA)
Imports (2012)
$ spent on procuring goods and
$30,532,236,123 services from foreign and
external domestic region
EMSI model (BEA)
Completions (2012)
o Trade balance is positive
7,645
Data Source: EMSI 2013.2 & Census
Local Government Education
Quality Places &
Natural Resources
Management
A Final Comment: My Basic Belief
 The talent and resources
needed to build a strong and
vibrant community and
economy in Fulton County
are present in your area.
 Taking the time to uncover
and build on these
important assets is what is
critical.
Contact Information
Bo Beaulieu
Director, Purdue Center for Regional Development
Assistant Director, Extension ECD
Mann Hall, Suite 266
Purdue University
765-494-7273
[email protected]

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