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Submitted By: Sherri Watkins, State Center Adult Education Consortium


Joint Regional Outreach Website

  • Type of Practice: Outreach
  • Targeted Population: Adult Basic Education Students, Adult Secondary Education Students, Adults with Disabilities, Apprenticeship Program Participants, Associate Degree Students, CTE Student, English Language Learners, First-time Students, High School Diploma Students, High School Equivalency Students, Returning Students, Teachers, Faculty and Staff, 4 Year College Transfer Students, Citizenship Students, Vocational Certificate Students, K12 to CC Transitioning Students, State &/or Industry Certification Students, Other: Job/Career Seekers, Community Members
  • Program Area(s): Adult Basic & Secondary Education, Adults with Disabilities, Apprenticeship, English as a Second Language & Citizenship , Career Technical Education
  • Consortia Involved:
    Ventura County Adult Education Consortium: Caruthers Unified School District, Central Unified School District, Clovis Unified School District, Dinuba Unified School District, Fowler USD, Fresno Unified School District, Golden Valley USD, Kerman USD, Kings Canyon Unified School District, Kingsburg Joint UHSD, Madera Unified School District, Sanger Unified School District, Selma Unified School District, Sierra Joint UHSD, State Center Community College District, Washington Union High School District, Yosemite Unified School District

The Challenge

During every AB86 collaborative meeting that our consortium has had, the topic of a "one-stop" website for our region is brought up. The website would help to simplify finding resources for every educator, student, counselor, parent or or anyone that needs to find a job or explore new career options.

The Solution

Three meetings have been held with the State Center Adult Education Consortium staff, a representative from Fresno Metro Ministries, and the local Workforce Connection. Each person at these meetings were asked to invite various members from our region for an upcoming Community Resource Outreach Website Network Design "Kick-Off" Session on February 4, 2015.

Outcomes

At this point, the collaboration that has taken place because of the AB86 funding has brought a multitude of people together that may not have ever met. Because we came together, we can all address the needs of our community as one entity and learn from each other. More information will be provided as we continue to build our collaborative website.

The Data

We anticipate 30 people to attend the Community Resource Outreach Website Network Design Session and will move forward from there.


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