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1 Early College Career EEEE’s Model Presented byEarly Colleges of Forsyth Tech Community CollegeSusan Q. Phelps, Ph.D., Dean of Educational PartnershipsPorchia L. McDaniel M.Ed., Early College of Forsyth LiaisonRhonda Moyer M.Ed., Stokes Early College Liaison
Why is a career model necessary for Early College students? How do you implement a career model? What does the Career EEEE’s Model look like?How do we gain buy in from college administrators and public school administrators to gain support. Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College2Essential Questions
We knew we had to make some changes to better prepare our students for making wise career choices…..The graduates told us so!! Informal Graduate Survey Facebook and Holiday visitsThe State recognized the need to educate students about careers.Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College3Making the Right Career Choice is Essential
Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 4 Why is a career model necessary for Early College students? Unique population of students entering university with general education requirements metSpecialized skill sets essential for students to thrive in career specific courses due to the experiences of past graduatesCurrent global economic environment requires students be able to think critically and make informed decisions concerning the careers they choose to pursue
Grade Level Specific Career Driven Activities Support of Internal/External PartnersCommunity and College ResourcesTime SensitiveData Informed (Career Assessments, etc.)Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College5What does the Career EEEE’s Model Look Like?
Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 6 Exposure: Utilizing the Right ToolsAssessmentsCareer Interest Survey created by P. McDanielCollege Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) AssessmentsCFNC Accounts Workshop series Leadership Academic Success Career Readiness College and Career Fairs
Career Specific Keynote Speakers Art/Media, Medical, Manufacturing, Human Services/Education, Engineering and Technology, Law Data Informed, Student Interest & Community Partnerships ACA 122 (College Transfer Success) Career PortfolioResearch Career ChoicesCFNC Virtual ToursEducational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College7Exploration: Utilize Relevant Activities:
Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 8 Experience: Introduction to Work:Lunch and Learn- ProfessionalismProfessional Dress and Interview SkillsSemester Long Service Projects Students working with Community P artners
Leadership Series Sponsored by Forsyth Tech Student Government Association Co-Op Work ExperiencesInternships- Paid and UnpaidJob ShadowingJob Site Visits Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College9Entrance: To Work Based Learning
Money Staff SchedulingBuy-inStudent Questions “Why Now?”Understanding the Sense of UrgencyTransportation Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 10 C hallenges of implementing a Career Model?
Solutions Gain support from college administration Form a Career Team of diverse staff from Early College and Community College StaffBuild Relationships with Community PartnersIntroduce students to Career Model in increments/ Grade activitiesKnow your students and be transparent with vision/mission of Career Readiness ModelModel leadership, career, professionalismAttend Career Readiness workshopsContinual Career Readiness ResearchForsyth Tech Partnerships 11 How do you overcome the challenges of implementing a Career Model?
Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 12 Questions & Discussions
Educational Partnerships of Forsyth Tech Community College 13 Contact InformationDr. Susan Phelps, Dean Educational Partnerships336.email@example.comPorchia L. McDaniel, Early College Forsyth Liaison336firstname.lastname@example.org Rhonda Moyer, Stokes Early College Liaison email@example.com