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Road to Success:

Maryland Community Colleges - Fueling the Workforce
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Emily Lagana

on 19 March 2015

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Road to Success:
Maryland Community Colleges Fueling the Workforce
Our
Reach

Our
Value

Degree Pathways
ACS Staff Member
Customized Training
Workforce
Readiness

500,000 students annually
Who do we serve?
16 institutions
23 campuses
1,000+ sites across the state
Allow for increase in private funding
Another entity eligible for grants
tax deductible contributions
Degree Attainment
Maryland Community Colleges Serve:

Community colleges educate 50% of all Maryland undergraduates (more than all other undergraduate segments combined).
of students from Maryland’s community colleges
remain in Maryland and contribute to economic growth.
By the Numbers
First 2 Years of a 4 year degree
providing a seamless transfer to a bachelor's degree
Associate's degree and certificate programs
leading to well paid careers
Continuing education for workers
who want to change careers or need to upgrade their knowledge or skills
Customized training
tailored to the needs of individual businesses and industries to train new and incumbent workers
350,000 in continuing education
150,000 credit-earning students
Maryland Community Colleges
50%
92%
64%/26
students attending part-time; students' average age;
serving a large non-traditional population
72,203
increase in CERTIFICATES awarded
Snapshot: Maryland Community Colleges
students taking online programs;
multiple and flexible training options offered
The State
$6.5 billion
Students & Workers
Taxpayers
For every tax dollar invested in Maryland’s community colleges
taxpayers see a two-fold
return on their investment
in the form of higher tax revenues and avoided social costs.
Economic Contributions
in added state revenue
each year
-Economic Benefits Study, Jan. 2013
"Students who move from a high school diploma to an associate’s degree may expect approximately $13,600 in higher annual income."
Workers continuing their education at local community colleges made $4,806,358 in direct labor income from 2011-2012.
Community College Education Pays
Who Benefits?
of Community Colleges
The #1 reason students drop out of college is cost.
Community colleges are by far the most cost-efficient higher education option.
A student saves $7,800 per year in tuition alone.
Looking to the Future
Maryland Community Colleges can provide an affordable postsecondary experience to
more
people in
every
county throughout our state.
Cost Efficiency
of Community Colleges
That savings grows to just under $18,000 per year when accounting for room and board.
80%
of the jobs
in the future
will
require
a
post-secondary education
"...in the coming years, jobs requiring at least an associate's degree are projected to grow twice as fast as those requiring no college experience. We will not fill those jobs - or keep those jobs on our shores - without community colleges."
~President Barack Obama
In 2010, Governor O'Malley set a goal that 55% of all Marylanders hold a degree by 2025.
13,923
associate's degrees were earned at Maryland community colleges in 2012
+33%
Dual Enrollment
increase over the last 4 years
Career Clusters
1
2
4
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
Transfer
Arts, Media and Communication
Business,
Management and Finance
Consumer Services, Hospitality and Tourism
Construction and Development
Environmental, Agricultural and Natural Resource Systems
Health and
Biosciences
Human Resource
Services
Information
Technology
Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology
Transportation Technologies
Maryland Community Colleges offer
education and training programs aligned with these
10 high-demand economic sectors.
Examples of jobs by career cluster
12,000
Statewide,
approximately
students transfer annually to a 4-year institution.
9,000
Statewide,
approximately
high school students are dually enrolled.
prepare individuals for occupation entry
Associate's Degrees
Cybersecurity and Information Technology (FY 2012-2013)
20,000 current enrollments in Maryland community colleges
Over 40 IT programs and a 10% enrollment increase in past year
100+ computer science classes across community colleges statewide
Health Emergency Services (FY 2012-2013)
Over 20,000 nursing students (LPN, ADN)
About 3,000 enrollments for Emergency Management Personnel
13,000 Police / Fire Services students
Community colleges have EMT / EMS degrees, certificates and letters
enhance, upgrade or refresh skills that help individuals in their current occupation or to change careers
Customized
Training
To meet today's workforce challenges, businesses and organizations turn to Maryland's community colleges for affordable, specialized training tailored to their needs.
Sample of the companies using Maryland community colleges for employee training:
Case Study:
Maryland Live!
Case Study:
Aerotek
Baltimore Port Authority
Baltimore Ravens
Catholic High School
City of Annapolis
DAP
Dixie Printing and Packaging
Domino Sugar
Georgetown University Hospital
Goodwill Industries
Johns Hopkins Healthcare
Marriott
Maryland Comptroller's Office
Maryland Live!
MVA
Northrup Grumman Electronics
Providence Hospital
Under Armour

Computer training for retail operations
Table games training - new courses developed.
Menu development & recipe testing
100s of recipes tested at culinary training facility
The Challenge:
The Under Armour distribution house in Baltimore needed to make immediate improvements in communication protocols to streamline operations and improve deteriorating customer satisfaction.
The Solution:
"In just two weeks, AACC's Center for Workforce Solutions staff consulted with all Under Armour stakeholders to develop a customized employee training program."
CONTINUING EDUCATION
Job Preparatory
Job Skills Enhancement
Last year, Maryland community colleges provided licensure and certification training in over 130 occupations for over 100,000 students.
Licensure and Certification
Facilities
Careers
Delivery Options

Cybersecurity Labs
Simulated Nursing & EMT Labs
Architecture CAD studios
Pharmaceutical Training Facilities
Environmental Center
Child care, early education, special education and observation
World Languages Labs
Computer Labs
Medical Laboratories
Video Libraries
Law Libraries
Culinary Arts & Tourism Training & Serving Facilities

Specialized Hi-Tech Facilities
Case Study: The Fab Lab @ CCBC
Under Armour
Flexible Options for Non-Traditional Students
64%
1 in 13
72,203
students attend part-time
incumbent workers attend a community college for training
students take online programs
24/7 Availability
Video conferencing
Virtual classroom – online only
Blended Locations – workplace as well as online
CDs and DVDs
Short term – few hours
Long term - several months
Options
Options:
92%
of community college graduates remain in Maryland to live and work.
Dr. Bernard J. Sadusky
Executive Director
Maryland Association of Community Colleges
Dr. Ray Hoy
President
Wor-Wic Community College
Dr. Faith Harland-White
Dean Continuing Education & Training
Anne Arundel Community College
Presentation by:
Dr. Bernard J. Sadusky
Executive Director
Maryland Association of Community Colleges
Dr. Ray Hoy
President
Wor-Wic Community College
Dr. Faith Harland-White
Dean Continuing Education & Training
Anne Arundel Community College
Presentation by:
www.mdacc.org
Marylanders begin their careers by enrolling in our programs...
20,000+
3,000
13,000
10,000
9,000+
+38%
Nurses (LPN & ADN)
Police/Firefighters
IT/Cybersecurity Specialists
Teachers
over the last 4 years
Q&A
Emergency Management Personnel
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