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Local Mapping- PLT3 DRAFT

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Local Pathway Mapping

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Mapping Session 1
Where are we losing students?
9-14 Pathway Faculty
Pathway Administrators (Deans, CTE, Principals, Directors, Coaches, etc.)
CTE Coordinators
Career Coaches

Pathway Map Example
Meet with leaders of K12 & CC pathway teams to review agenda and co-develop agenda
Review strategic plan and/or goals with key leaders
Go to college

Drop Out of college
Under employed
Employed in chosen career
Pre-populate map and program of study with as much information as can be obtained before first mapping session
Pathway leadership team sends CLP current courses & certificates for program of study from catalog or link
Next Steps
Include on-ramps and bridge programs
Engage employers actively in pathway development, worksite training, internships, and placements

Use labor market data to focus on careers in demand that provide family-sustaining wages & ongoing advancement opportunities
Actively engage high school partners in pathway development, WBL opportunities, and transitional services
Are stackable in design with certificates "nested" in longer transfer and degree structures, always preparing students for the next step
Source: High Impact Pathways, CLP
Out of ten 9th grade students
Use post-it notes to update or edit what is on the draft pathway maps
What certificates/courses are relevant in preparing student for occupations? What are obsolete?
What kind of jobs do the certificates/programs prepare students for at each level? What are the wages associated to these jobs?
What are some current CTE courses offered?
What are, or could be, work-based learning opportunities?
What student supports are integrated with the program of study?
Any early college credit opportunities available? What is in development?
Does your POS/ certificates prepare students for industry certification?
Do these programs/certificates reflect discussion or data from industry?
Post Mapping Session 1

What are some key next steps or action plans for moving the work forward in the priority areas identified?
Schedule a Date
What are 2-3 priority areas for development to meet our OC SB 1070 pathway deliverables?
What is Pathway Mapping?
A powerful process to identify, align and strengthen pathways across systems
A way to communicate the benefits of pathway education to all stakeholders
Roadmap to high quality pathways
A process to identify gaps, create a clearer/bigger picture, and inform or leverage other funding sources (i.e. Perkins, CCSS, NGSS)
All mapping resources are available in the OC SB1070 Career Pathways Google Drive folder:


CLP begins populating maps with CURRENT information before initial mapping meeting
When done well, pathways...
Put a star next to items that are in development or aspirational
Action Planning
Career Counselors
General Counselors
Matriculation Team
Articulation Officers
Invite Attendees
Email Program of Study or Catalog Link to CLP: media@careerladdersproject.org
Include C-ID's & CBEDS Codes
Why Pathway Mapping?
Elements of Pathway Mapping
Next Steps
Introductions: CLP Team
Alliance for Excellent Education, "The High Cost of High School Dropouts: What the Nation Pays for Inadequate High Schools," (Washington, DC:2008).
Career Ladders Project
Career Ladders Project fosters educational and career advancement through
policy initiatives
direct assistance
to community colleges and their partners

Analyze and produce local pathway maps

OC SB1070 K-14 Career Pathways Project Deliverables
Luis Chavez, Senior Director, Mount Sac Alumni, and Director with UCOP Puente Project

Sherry Shojaei, Program Associate, UC Irvine & UC Berkeley Alumni, and City Year LA Leader

Dr. Robert Jaurequi, CLP CACN Consultant and former Fullerton College Counseling Chair

Maeve Katherine Bergman, Director, former OUSD 4th Grade Teacher and Berkeley City College Dean

Luis Barrera Castañón, CLP Consultant, former student body president at Santa Monica College
Pre-work for production of the regional pathway maps
Alignment of 9-14 curriculum with occupational competencies (Curriculum Development, Hinge Courses, DACUM, C-ID, and CBEDS Code)
Identify and plan sector and pathway specific professional development
OC SB1070 Career Pathways Leadership Institute- Work Guide
1. August 24th - 1:30-3:30pm, 2:30-5:30pm OR 3:30-6:30pm
2. August 25th - 1:30-3:30pm, 2:30-5:30pm OR 3:30-6:30pm
3. September 14th - 1:30-3:30pm, 2:30-5:30pm OR 3:30-6:30pm
4. September 21st - 1:30-3:30pm, 2:30-5:30pm OR 3:30-6:30pm
5. September 22nd -1:30-3:30pm, 2:30-5:30pm OR 3:30-6:30pm

Orange County SB1070
K-14 Career Pathways Project

Laura C. Romero, Ph.D., CLP Consultant, UCLA three time alumna, and former UCLA administrator and instructor
Lindsay Anglin, Program Coordinator and Cartographer
Dr. Monica Guerra, CLP Pathways and CACN Consultant, former Post Secondary Faculty
Dr. Robert Curtis, Director with ConnectED, former K-12 health pathway teacher and NSF STEM lead
Katherine Bergman - mkbergman@careerladdersproject.org

Sherry Shojaei - sshojaei@careerladdersproject.org

Dr. Robert Jaurequi - drrobertjaurequi@gmail.com

Dr. Laura Romero - drlcromero@gmail.com

Post Mapping Session 1
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