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Title: HEALTHFORCE MINNESOTA WEBINAR RPS, RCTC


1
HEALTHFORCE MINNESOTAWEBINAR RPS, RCTC Mayo
Clinics Business-Education Partnership
Health Science Careers Center May 12, 2009
2
Presentation Journey
  • Early Years of K-12 Career Education
  • An Education Partnership is Born
  • From Medical Careers to Health Science Careers
    Center (HSCC)
  • Partnership Roles
  • What is the HSCC Doing Today?
  • What is the HSCC Planning for Tomorrow?
  • Lesson Learned
  • Shared Focus revisited
  • Questions

3
The Early Years of Career Education
  • Recruitment Strategies
  • List of Programs
  • Flying Wedgeprogram philosophy

4
Recruitment Strategies - Career Awareness Programs
  • Initiated in 2001 as a response to changing
    workforce demographics and research into
    perceptions by area students of Mayo as a career
    option
  • Imperative to commit resources to assist students
    with career exploration to help assure adequate
    supply of qualified health care professionals in
    the future
  • Emphasis on education and industry partnerships
    to promote career exploration/confirmation by
    students
  • Supported by leadership as long term investment
    essential to future recruitment success

5
Career Awareness Program Design
  • Offer range of program experiences from 6th grade
    through early college
  • Programs for younger students focus on developing
    awareness of career options, emphasizing study
    habits and stimulating interest in science and
    math classes
  • Programs for grades 10-12 focus on above as well
    as affirming choice of planned major in college
    or career
  • Students required to do some prep work to qualify
    to participate in programs to assure a focused
    audience has been well received by teachers,
    parents and students
  • Website for more info www.mayoclinic.org/careeraw
    areness

6
Mayo Clinic Career Awareness Program
  • Current Program Offerings (or offered)
  • E-Mentoring
  • Advanced E-Mentoring
  • Career Speaker Program
  • Career Awareness Website/Brochure
  • High School Student Visits
  • Mayo Clinic Career Observation Program
  • Mayo Clinic High School Mentorships
  • Mayo Clinic Work-Study Program
  • Youth Apprenticeship Program
  • HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)
  • Health Care Career Festival
  • Teacher Externships

7
Mayo Clinic Career Awareness Program Program
Structure
  • 6th Grade
  • E-Mentoring
  • 7th - 10th Grade
  • Career Speaker Program
  • Career Awareness Website
  • High School Tours
  • 11th - 12th Grade
  • Career Speaker Program
  • Career Awareness Website
  • Healthcare Career Festival
  • Careers Observation (MC-COP)
  • HOSA programming
  • Advanced E-mentoring
  • Work-Study Program
  • High School Tours
  • Youth Apprenticeships
  • HS Mentorship
  • College
  • Healthcare Career Festival

Awareness
Confirmation
College
11th-12th grade
7th - 10th grade
6th grade
H.C. Careers Festival Career Awareness
Website Summer Employee Brown Bag Seminars Career
Services Relationships On-Campus
Activity Membership in College Associations Studen
ts on Mayos Campus
Career Speakers Website H.C. Careers
Festival MC-COP HOSA Adv. E-mentoring Work-Study H
igh School Tours Apprenticeships HS Mentorships
Career Speakers Career Awareness Website High
School Tours
E-mentoring
Other Tools Teacher Externship Special
Department efforts
8
An Education Partnership is Born
  • A Cup of Coffee
  • Building a Partnership/Examples

9
A Cup of CoffeeShared Focus
  • Regular Meetings for Relationship/Career
    Education Development
  • Everyone tends to bring an agenda
  • We had to trust each other
  • Shared Focus Students
  • Mayos mission The Needs of the Patient Comes
    First
  • The Needs of the Students Comes First
  • Our Resources
  • Teachers
  • Mayo Clinic employees and medical knowledge

10
Building a Partnerships
  • Why?
  • Foundations for success multiply resources
  • Favorable environment for continuous improvement
    different views
  • Specialization of skills expertise of each
    partner
  • BECAUSE WE COULD NOT DO THIS ALONE

11
Building Partnerships
  • Signs of an effective partnership
  • School and business representatives know each
    other on a first name basis
  • Regular communication open and respectful
  • Members of the partnership ask each other to
    serve on committees
  • School administration solicit input from business
    partners before major decisions
  • Business members are active in the school
  • Each partner believes it receives as much as it
    gives

12
Previous Examples of Partnerships Developed
  • Annual Health Care Career Festival
  • High School Mentorships
  • High School Apprenticeship
  • Faculty externship for credit
  • Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)

13
From Medical Careers to the Health Science
Careers Center
14
Medical Careers
  • What is it?
  • Class offered to Century, JM, Mayo
  • Curriculum Career Exploration, Anatomy,
    Physiology, Terminology, First Responderand more
  • Nursing Assistant State Approved Program
  • 3 classes per dayeach class is 98 minutes
  • Full year class two semesters
  • Facts about Medical Careers
  • of students 04 60, 05 90, 06 120
    (however student being turned away each year)
  • Class ran 30 - 40 diverse (School runs
    27-28)
  • HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America)
    activity
  • Daily class work
  • State Level Conferences

15
Health Sciences Career Center The Rationale
  • Rochester Public Schools career awareness class
    annually at risk at budget time
  • Very popular class and considered essential to
    make local students aware of health care careers
    in general and promote Mayo as employer of choice
  • Opportunity to expand program from a weekly two
    hour class to a half day curriculum including
    science and math classes
  • Broaden focus from Nursing Assistant training to
    full spectrum of allied health care career fields

16
Health Science Careers Center (HSCC)
  • Partners Rochester Public Schools, Rochester
    Community and Technical College, and Mayo Clinic
  • Objective To maximize community resources that
    will allow the medical careers program to expand
    to meet the needs of the students and the growing
    demand for medical professionals
  • Focus What is best for the students all
    partners have used this as the lighthouse
    knowing that their individual benefits will
    surface in the end
  • Mayo Benefits developing relationships with
    local and diverse students (future applicants),
    better prepared students for post-secondary
    (careers available and requirements), and
    community relations

17
Rochester Public Schools
  • 15 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 3
    high schools serving 16,000 students
  • of employees2,148
  • Advanced Placement courses, Honors courses, Tech
    Prep College Credit opportunities (to name a few)
  • Off Campus Career and Technical Education
    Programs Health Science, Auto Mechanic and
    Electronics Technology

18
Rochester Community and Technical College
  • of students4,230 full-year equivalent
    enrollment
  • of employees580 employees (160 full-time
    faculty and another 200 adjunct)
  • of Programs51 Academic Programs of Study
  • RCTC affiliations with Mayo School of Health
    Sciences CVIS, CNT, Radiography and Surgical
    Technologist

19
Partnership Roles
  • Rochester Public Schools
  • Instructors and Administration
  • Curriculum development
  • Student management
  • Program Marketing
  • Rochester Community and Technical College
  • Curriculum advisement
  • Post Secondary articulation opportunities
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Funding for the classroom/lab space
  • Funding for educational equipment
  • Curriculum advisement

20
Shared Focusa view from one of our Partners
  • Lisa Rozman/Dawn Buttera Gregor, Bonnie Barnett
    and Rick Stirn
  • Our team of front line people who provide that
    direct service to our focus

21
Facility Layout
Approximately 11,000 square feettotal commitment
is around 1.3 million including construction,
classroom furniture, medical equipment and
technology equipment
22
What is the HSCC doing today?
  • Created curriculum for Introduction to Health
    Science Careers, Therapeutic Medicine, Pharmacy
    Tech., and Biomedical Science
  • Students enroll in one semester of the Intro. to
    Health Science Careers and the second semester
    they choose a pathway
  • Pathways available
  • Biomedical Science Therapeutic Medicine
  • Nursing Assistant Pharmacy Technician

23
Curriculum
  • Aligns with the National Health Science Standards
  • Includes units in Health Systems, Teamwork,
    Employability Skills, Legal and Ethical Issues,
    Human Structure and Functions, HOSA activities
  • Weekly guest speakers who are professionals/studen
    ts in health science careers are a wonderful
    addition

24
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  • Students learning about careers that exist in
    Pharmacy from Mayo Clinic professionals

25
  • Students learning about a career in Occupational
    Therapy from U of M-Rochester OT
    students

26
HOSA Health Occupation Students of America
  • HOSA events offer an opportunity for students to
    gain stronger teamwork, leadership, and
    communication skills.
  • Events are integrated into our curriculum and
    students compete in competitions throughout the
    year.

27
Fall Delegate Assembly- November 2008
  • 13 members from the Rochester HOSA chapter
    traveled to St. Cloud in November and
    participated in two days of leadership training.

28
Observations
  • Students can complete observations in a variety
    of Health Science Facilities throughout the
    Rochester Community
  • Examples include
  • Gold Cross/EMT
  • Mayo Clinic
  • Nursing/Assisted Living Homes
  • Fire Department
  • Dental Clinics
  • Zumbro Valley Mental Health
  • Veterinarian Clinics
  • Prosthetic Laboratories

29
Community Service Projects
  • Students are involved throughout the community by
    volunteering.
  • Some of the places our students have assisted at
    include
  • Salvation Army
  • Food Shelf
  • Humane Society
  • United Way
  • Womens Shelter

30
What is the HSCC Planning for Tomorrow?
  • Adding more pathways such as Emergency Responder
    while improving current pathways
  • Students receiving Tech Prep credit for medical
    terminology
  • Offer more state and nationally recognized
    certifications
  • Strengthen our current partnerships while
    continuing to create new ones
  • Continue to increase enrollment in the program
    and in HOSA
  • Increase the number of students volunteering
    throughout the community

31
Lessons Learned
  • Teacher Licensure
  • Department of EducationMinnesotas Independent
    School District
  • Curriculum Development
  • Full-time Administrator
  • Transportation
  • Funding Challenges
  • Marketingcompetition for students
  • Tracking/Measurements
  • CNA Clinicalsexpanded partnership needed
  • It is not possible attitude

32
Our FocusOur FutureOur Students
  • There is the business side but there is also
    the passion side
  • Make a differencestop grumbling or fix it
  • Our youth need inspiring

33
Thank you!Rick Stirnristirn_at_rochester.k12.mn.u
sBonnie Barnettbobarnett_at_rochester.k12.mn.us
Dawn Buttera Gregordabutteragregor_at_rochester.k12
.mn.usLisa Rozmanlirozman_at_rochester.k12.mn.us
Guy Finne finne.guy_at_mayo.edu
  • Questions?
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