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Title: Workforce Planning Developing Your Future Workforce Through Youth Mentoring


1
Workforce PlanningDeveloping Your Future
Workforce Through Youth Mentoring
  • Cedars-Sinai is Leading the Quest for Health. As
    part of our mission, we are committed to teaching
    and educating our youth. We do this by
    participating and/or hosting programs which
    promote health careers.
  • Health Careers Academy
  • Mentoring Program
  • Stand and Deliver
  • Career Days
  • Nursing Luncheon for H.S. Students
  • Outreach Programs Cedars-Sinai Next Generation
  • Health Occupation Students of America ( HOSA)

2
Goals for Today
  • Guidelines on how to develop and manage youth and
    mentoring programs
  • Introduction to Youth Mentoring in a Health Care
    Setting
  • Creating Partnerships for Expansion

3
Thinking Outside the Box
  • Healthcare shortage
  • Growing our own
  • Exposure to the communities we serve

4
Health Careers Academy
  • Goal To Provide an Educational Opportunity and
    Paid Work Experience in a Healthcare Setting That
    Serves to Actively Recruit Racial Minorities Into
    Nursing and Healthcare Careers.
  • Established in 1993 As Response to the Los
    Angeles Riots and Targeted Toward Youth
    Employment of at Risk High School Students.
  • Program is based on the 1993 School to Careers
    model with three core components
  • School Based Training
  • Work Based Training
  • Mentoring

5
Health Careers Academy
  • Partnership with a nearby high school in the Los
    Angeles Unified School District (Fairfax High
    School) which is also Cedars-Sinai adopted high
    school. Students take public transportation in
    order to meet their work assignments.
  • 25 high school juniors are selected by an
    interview process each year to participate with
    continuing seniors in the two year program
    earning 5 credits each semester. This program is
    a class under the ROP section of the Los Angeles
    Unified School District and takes place during
    5th and/or 6th period.
  • Introduces career exploration for students who
    are interested in nursing and other healthcare
    careers.
  • Academy provides basic job skills, work ethics
    and practical work experience through all
    components of program.
  • Administered in Human Resources- Recruitment and
    Workforce Planning.

6
Health Careers Academy
  • School Based Training
  • Taught onsite by a LA Unified School District
    Teacher. In classes, students learn basic job
    skills and earn high school credits.
  • Nursing Institute provides an educator who is
    specifically designated to work with a cohort of
    Health Careers Academy students.
  • Focused career counseling for cohort of students
    interested in BSN or Career Ladder programs. 2nd
    semester program.

7
Health Careers Academy
  • Work Based Training
  • Departments must complete a contract that must
    include who will be primary supervisor, student
    duties, educational opportunities provided,
    coordination of monthly job shadows and mandatory
    supervisor training.
  • Takes place onsite, four days a week. Students
    are paid a minimum wage salary and are assigned
    to areas they are interested in and are exposed
    to careers within their departments.

8
Health Careers Academy
  • Mentoring
  • Career Focused
  • Emphasis on mini city career choices
  • Cedars-Sinai employees volunteer to mentor during
    students participation in the program.
  • Alumni of the program participate to pass on
    their experience.

9
Creating an Environment for High School Students
  • Buy In from Medical Center Mission, Values,
    Culture
  • Housewide Advertisement Program Design,
    Partnerships, etc.Checks and Balances
    EvaluationOutcomes Student Hires, College
    Admission, Career Decisions

10
Why Mentors?
  • The Stand Deliver Mentoring Component provides
    one-on-one relationships between students and
    employees of the Medical Center. It is strongly
    believed that the mentoring process plays a key
    role in the efforts to identify, recruit, and
    retain highly skilled and motivated individuals
    in the health care workforce.
  •  
  • The program enables employers to become involved
    with students at a pivotal point in a young
    persons life. The development of a bond of
    mutual respect and consideration sets the
    foundation to enable the mentor/mentee pair to
    explore interests and options to eventually set
    realistic academic and career goals.
  •  
  • In addition, mentors are able to provide students
    with the opportunity to learn how the knowledge,
    skills and abilities developed in school
    realistically relate to the work of work. Given
    the clear need to focus on the future, student
    mentoring is a vital link in helping ensure that
    the students of today become the successful
    students of tomorrow, providing the mentor with
    an opportunity to make a difference in a young
    persons life.

11
Mentoring Styles
  • Team Mentoring
  • Several mentors are assigned to a group of
    mentees taking place in a central location. For
    busy mentors this Buddy System can assure that
    if one has to miss a session, another can fill
    in.
  • Team mentoring can offer
  • Sociability
  • Flexibility
  • Built-In Support
  •  

12
Mentoring Styles
  • One-On-One Mentoring
  • Traditional mentoring pairs one person with
    another. The ability to bond between the mentor
    and mentee is consistent. Spending time with
    just one person can help set specific goals based
    on their own interests.
  • Example Big Brother/Big Sisters of America
  • One-on-One programs include
  • Intensive Screening
  • Family First
  • Ongoing Support

13
Mentoring Styles
  • School-Based Mentoring
  • All meetings and activities take place at the
    mentees school. The school pairs with the
    company or organization that provides the
    mentors. Activities are usually geared toward
    academics but older students can work on
    academics.
  • School-Based Mentoring is characterized by
  • Built-In Activities
  • Support
  • Structure

14
Mentoring Styles
  • Workplace Mentoring
  • Activities and goals depend on the type of
    business and employees interest. Employees gain
    release time to mentoring activities. The focus
    is often on developing technical skills or
    understanding the workings of the business
  • Workplace Mentoring
  • Unique Resources
  • Real-World Exposure
  • Convenience
  • Company Morale

15
Mentoring Styles
  • Workplace Mentoring
  • Skills Enhancement
  • Job-specific skills and social and personal
    skills
  • Social Networking and Advocacy
  • Recommending youth to potential employers
  • Helping youth to resist negative influences
  • Enhanced Self-Concept
  • Mentors positive appraisal

16
Mentoring Styles
  • E-Mentoring
  • On-line mentoring or e-mentoring, is a mentoring
    relationship conducted via the Internet. E-mail
    can be the exclusive vehicle for young people and
    mentors to connect or it can be additional
    communication tool for those who ordinarily meet
    in person. Still shares the goal of establishing
    a trusting, nurturing positive relationship.

17
Mentoring Resources
  • Mentoring www.mentoring.org
  • National Mentoring Center www.nwre.org/mentoring
  • Americas Promise
  • Who Mentored You?www.hasph.harvard.edu
  • Mentoring.ca.gov
  • Article Relationships in a Career Mentoring
    Program Lessons from the Hospital Youth
    Mentoring Program by Wendy McClanhan

18
City of Los AngelesStand and Deliver
  • Stand Deliver is a Presidents High Growth,
    High Wage Training Initiative funded by the
    Department of Labor, Employment Training
    Administration.
  • DOL designed strategic growth initiatives to
    shift the public workforce system away from
    participant-focused job training to industry
    based programs where employers defined and
    prioritized their human resource needs. The
    public workforce system supplies a pipeline of
    workers trained in the right skills and the
    workers have access to high wage career ladder
    jobs.
  • 277 applications were received and only one
    project was funded in the State of California
    Stand Deliver.

19
Stand and Deliver
  • Stand Deliver was a project of the Presidents
    High Growth Initiative which targets
    disadvantaged minority youth (18-24 years old)
    for the purpose of meeting the pipeline
    challenges of increasing the available skilled
    labor pool Attracting diverse populations to
    the high wage, high growth industries, beginning
    with health care.
  • The program was modeled after our Health Careers
    Academy which included our Program In A Box
    Mentoring Kit produced by Johns Hopkins,
    Cedars-Sinai and 13 other hospitals that were
    awarded grant funded to establish mentoring
    programs in healthcare. Participants were
    provided monthly training on how to duplicate
    sections of the Academy model.
  • www.standanddeliver-la.com.

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Partnerships within Organization
  • In conjunction with the Institute for
    Professional Nursing Development, Work/Life
    Matters and Community Health Education the
    following events are sponsored
  • Career Days Fairs - Educators request one day
    educational programs for students. Schools who
    have participated include Montebello, Burbank,
    Burroughs, Beverly Hills and Fairfax High School
    AVID program.
  • Nursing Career Luncheon for High School Students
    held annually during Nurses Week.
  • Cedars-Sinai The Next Generation, a health care
    careers event targeted toward high school age
    children of employees.

21
State Partnerships
  • The California Department of Education and the
    California Labor Workforce Development Agency
    held its first annual Health Science and Medical
    Technology Educators Institute at Cedars-Sinai
    June 2006.
  •  
  • The objective of the day was to expose adults to
    the skills our future workforce will need to be
    successful and incorporate into their career
    pathway programs.
  • Over 100 educators from across the state were
    selected to participate.  
  •  
  • The day consisted of a panel of our colleagues
    from various areas of the medical center, lunch
    and rotations for the participants, which will
    provide the participants with a unique
    opportunity to experience hands-on what is needed
    to pursue a successful career in healthcare.
  • State of California, Healthcare Pathways, Office
    of Statewide Health Planning Development
    www.oshpd.ca.gov/hwcdd
  • Health Workforce Development, HWDD Publications
    and Reports
  • Health and Healthcare Pathway Newsletter, Vol.
    1, Issue 4, November 2007

22
Student Partnerships
  • Health Occupation Students of America (HOSA)
  • Student lead national professional organization
    which promotes health careers, leadership and
    critical thinking skills. Cedars-Sinai (So.
    Cal) and John Muir (No. Cal) Health Systems were
    selected to set up Industry Based Programs. For
    more information on how to find or start a local
    chapter go to www.hosa.org

23
Over 50 of our students have graduated from high
school, enrolled in college and are pursing
careers in health care. Charter member of the
National Youth Mentoring Network which includes
Johns Hopkins, Duke University and Beth Israel in
New York.Graduates from the Academy have been
hired into the areas of Nursing, Imaging, EIS,
Grants and Funding, Marketing and have pursued
careers in Physical Therapy, Safety, Medical
Social Work, Psychology, Imaging, Nursing and
Human Resources.
  • The Win-Win

24
Win-Win
  • Selected to participate on the California State
    Plan for Career Technical Education Resource
    Group providing input on the Carl D. Perkins
    Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of
    2006.HOSA Board Member Industry Representative
  • Stand and Deliver program recognized by the
    Mayor as a model program.
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