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Title: THE ROLE OF PROPRIETARY CAREER COLLEGES IN CAREER PATHWAY IMPLEMENTATION


1
THE ROLE OF PROPRIETARY CAREER COLLEGES IN CAREER
PATHWAY IMPLEMENTATION
  • Buddy Hoskinson, Executive Director
  • Spencerian College, Lexington KY
  • Dr. Sheree P. Koppel, Academic Dean
  • Louisville Technical Institute, Louisville KY

2
Proprietary Education
  • Buddy Hoskinson
  • bhoskinson_at_spencerian.edu
  • Sheree P. Koppel
  • skoppel_at_louisvilletech.edu

3
Missions
  • Spencerian Lexington
  • Louisville Technical Institute
  • The Sullivan University System

4
Spencerian CollegeMission
  • The mission of Spencerian College is to provide
    men and women with quality training for careers
    in the business, technical, and
    healthcare professions. This mission is met
    through providing the following
  • A favorable environment for learning that
    includes a faculty that is academically and
    professionally prepared to assist each student
    toward relevant employment
  • An experienced administration interested in, and
    receptive to, new ideas and concepts for
    continued improvement of the college and its
    programs of study
  • Industry-standard equipment and facilities so
    that graduates will be able to utilize their
    training on this equipment in their initial
    employment
  • Continuous evaluation and appraisal of every
    facet within the college's program, ensuring
    relevance to the needs and demands of business
    and of the community, and ensuring effectiveness
    in preparing the graduate for career success
  • An employment service for graduates that provides
    meaningful assistance in matching the graduate to
    available opening

5
Louisville Technical College Mission
  • It is the educational philosophy of Louisville
    Technical Institute to create an atmosphere of
    creative challenge for each student. The
    awakening of a desire to design, to create and to
    develop is one of our major goals. Students are
    challenged to develop their individual abilities.

6
Louisville Technical Institute Mission, cont.
  • Understanding of human beings and their
    relationships to the technical and design world
  • Training for secure and financially rewarding
    careers
  • Developing the highest degree of technical
    curiosity, competence and social responsibility
    each student can obtain

7
The Sullivan University System
  • Sullivan University is a private institution of
    higher learning dedicated to providing
    educational enrichment opportunities for the
    intellectual, social, and professional
    development of its students. The institution
    offers career-focused curricula with increasing
    rigor from the diploma through the associate,
    bachelors, masters, and doctoral degree levels.
    Throughout those curricula, the University seeks
    to promote development of critical thinking,
    effective verbal and written communication,
    computer literacy, teamwork and research as well
    as an appreciation for life-long learning,
    cultural diversity and the expression of
    professionalism in all activities.

8
Programs Offered
  • Louisville Technical Institute
  • Computer Assisted Drafting
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Computer Network Administration
  • Computer Graphic Design
  • Dynamic Web Development
  • Information Systems Security
  • Interior Design (associate and bachelors)
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology

9
  • Drafting
  • Computer Information Systems Management
  • Computer Repair
  • Computer Graphics Design
  • Electronic Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering Technology
  • Architectural CADDMechanical CADD
  • Civil CADD Computer Aided Design Drafting)

Spencerian College Programs
10
  • Phlebotomy
  • Medical Coding Specialist
  • Medical Assistant
  • Limited Radiography
  • Massage Therapy
  • Healthcare Reimbursement Specialist
  • Medical Transcription
  • Radiologic Technology
  • Medical Clinical Specialties
  • Medical Administrative Management

Spencerian College Programs
11
Stop - Interaction
  • Write/Pair/Share
  • What would you want a good postsecondary partner
    to do for and with you??
  • 2 min write thoughts
  • 4 min share with a partner
  • 5 min comments with recording on flipchart

12
Articulation Agreements
  • Sample agreement
  • How agreements work
  • Why they work
  • Registrars role
  • Academic Deans role

13
LTI Scholarships
  • Tech Prep Scholarships
  • 500 each
  • Received by CP students
  • Distribution process
  • Scholarship Fair
  • 1,500 first place
  • 1,000 second place
  • 500 third place
  • Distribution process

14
Scholarships (cont.)
  • Essay Contest
  • 1,500 first place
  • 1,000 second place
  • 500 third place
  • Distribution process
  • Skills USA
  • 1,500 first place
  • 1,000 second place
  • 500 third place
  • in any area offered at Louisville Tech

15
Scholarships from Spencerian College
  • 3-Tech Prep per high school. (500.00)
  • High School Bank Scholarship.
  • (Match high bank account up to 500.00)
  • Scholastic Scholarship Day (Awards up to 3,000)
  • Competition Scholarship Day
  • (Awards up to 3,000)
  • Essay Scholarships Senior Essay
  • Samaritan (Up to 1800.00 on both)
  • Imagine America (Community Service Scholarship-up
    to 500.00)
  • Skills USA (Up to 2,000)
  • Educators Day (1,000.00 This award is given in
    the name of the high school guidance
    counselor/teacher. Awarded by the school
    guidance counselor/teacher.

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Transitions
  • Who seniors in high school
  • When second semester high school
  • When winter and spring quarters college
  • Up to sixteen quarter credit hours
  • Students pay for books and fees no tuition
  • Transitions agreement
  • Student requirements

17
Middle College
  • Partnership with local school district
  • Seniors attend LTI full time
  • Must have completed all graduation requirements
  • Students pay only for books and fees
  • Students must have reliable transportation
  • Students have all rights of regular students

18
Info Expo
  • Invite high school juniors and seniors
  • Takes place during the school year
  • Students rotate through various programs
  • Students participate in hands-on activities
  • Number of students participating
  • Number of participants who eventually enroll

19
Mentoring
  • All first quarter students assigned to faculty
    mentors
  • Three meetings per quarter
  • Purpose to connect with peers and staff
  • Purpose to deal with issues before they get out
    of hand
  • Purpose to increase retention

20
Advisory Committees
  • All secondary and postsecondary technical
    programs must have such committees
  • Meetings once per year postsecondary
  • Meetings twice per year secondary

21
Advisory Committees
  • High school teachers serve on postsecondary
    committees
  • Postsecondary instructors serve on high school
    committees
  • Increased communication across levels

22
CPAt Entrance Testing
  • Cut off scores
  • Retake policy
  • Remediation before retake
  • PLATO assistance
  • Sample test questions on website

23
Financial Aid
  • Students may apply for all federal forms of
    financial aid such as PELL, Stafford, Carl
    Perkins, etc.
  • State financial aid opportunities
  • Loans such as Parent PLUS

24
GEAR UP Partnerships
  • GEAR up Explore Day
  • Every 1 Reads
  • Make The Connection
  • College Now
  • Campus Tours
  • Kentucky Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness
    for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP)
  • You're the Rocket, College is the Fuel!

25
Class Size
  • Small, intimate classes
  • PLUS Fridays for extra help
  • Accommodations for those with Individual
    Education Plans or 504 plans
  • ADA Compliance

26
Student Services Coordinator
  • Retention efforts
  • Student activities
  • Student professional organizations/ competitions
  • Service learning opportunities
  • Re-entry assistance
  • Probation/suspension follow up

27
Available Data
  • Transition students
  • By school
  • By program
  • By school and program
  • By transition or not
  • By articulation or not
  • Applications
  • By high school
  • By program
  • By school and program
  • By transitions or not
  • By articulation or not

28
Available Data (cont.)
  • Enrollment
  • By high school
  • By program
  • By high school and program
  • By transitions or not
  • By articulation or not
  • Completers
  • By high school
  • By program
  • By high school and program
  • By transitions or not
  • By articulation or not

29
Available Data (cont.)
  • Degree earned
  • By high school
  • By program
  • By high school and program
  • By transitions or not
  • By articulation or not

30
Moving On Bachelors Degrees
  • Louisville Technical Institute
  • Bachelors in Interior Design
  • Sullivan Bachelors and Masters degree programs
  • On-line 4-year programs
  • Spencerian College Lexington

31
Comments
  • Neither institution eligible for Tech Prep
    funding
  • Both presenters serve on Kentucky TP Advisory
    Committee
  • Presenters have long history with TP initiatives
  • Both serve on new career pathways committees
  • Both participate in and present at state and
    national TP/CP conferences
  • Both contributed to featured book
  • Both value TP/CP concept, believe in it, want
    students to progress seamlessly

32
Interaction - Barriers
  • Think/Pair Share
  • Think what barriers would prevent you from
    developing a similar concept with your
    postsecondary partners? (3 min)
  • Pair talk to a partner about your ideas (5 min)
  • Share and record list some ideas on flipchart

33
Barriers
  • , resources
  • Postsecondary mindsets
  • Focus on literacy/math skills in public schools
  • Decreased emphasis in public schools on technical
    skills
  • Counselor and parent focus on four-year colleges
  • Cost of private education

34
Solutions
  • Assign tasks to specific personnel
  • Hold sessions with both secondary and
    postsecondary content instructors
  • Share data that supports technical education as a
    factor that improves retention and increases
    academic achievement
  • Develop routine communication processes
  • Membership on advisory committees
  • Share financial aid facts

35
Questions/Answers
36
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