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Regional Joint Venture IndexBelow is a list of potential Regional workforce development Joint Ventures (RJVs). Stakeholders are invited to search the list, and follow the links to each RJV description to find out more about what is proposed, to indicate interest in participating, and to add to the concept. Stakeholders can propose new RJVs by using the Create New Joint Venture link below. RJVs may evolve into proposals for use of local or regional Strong Workforce Funds as well as tapping into other funding sources, IF there is enough interest AND leadership surfaces. RJVs that have critical mass of committed stakeholders AND leadership may be incorporated into the Strong Workforce Program Regional Plan to be submitted January 31, 2017. Total # proposed RJVs: 6537
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Create New Joint Venture<= Use this link to propose a new RJV.
Submitted forms will automatically be posted to the list below.
Total Amount Requested$1,592,00011# RJVs Requesting $
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Joint Venture Name/LinkBrief DescriptionIntend to Request $ from RJV FundEstimated Request from RJV FundNumber Participants
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Adv. Mfg.: Advanced Welding TechnologiesBrief Description: Professional development seminars and visits to industry facilities to explore 1) new welding technologies in industry, and 2) new educational technologies available for welding training.Yes$60,0008
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Biotech: enriched labs + STEM outreachBrief Description: Consortium for shared portable microscopy cutting-edge equipment and curriculum modules to enhance hands-on labs in biotech programs and STEM outreach experiences. Yes$120,0003
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Diversity in Tech — Career PathwayYes$350,00018
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GT&L Digital Badge Eco-System NEXUS EDGEBrief Description: Launch a singular portal called NEXUS EDGE. Allowing ongoing student/teacher/mentor/employer interaction: intro college to career exploration in 8th grade: global skills & work readiness activities in 9th-11th grades: project based digital badge programs in 12 grade + online peer to peer mentoringYes$200,0009
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GTL K-12 Eco-system Brief Description: Launched as a singular portal called NEXUS EDGE that will allow ongoing student/teacher/mentor/employer interaction as follows:
• Data capture through various digital touch-points throughout the eco-system assist in comprehensive data capture related to GTL and student exposure to GTL pathways
Yes$200,0008
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ICT Cyberpatriot Promo Proposal to encourage, fund, and facilitate adoption of the Cyberpatriots program to enhance IT and Cybersecurity K-12 pathways.Yes$102,00037
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K-14 Career Pathways (WBL, Counseling, Dual E) Brief Description: The North/East and Southwest Bay Regional Career Pathways Technical Assistance Providers (TAPs) combined 4 previously submitted Regional Joint Ventures (RJV) into one to support K14 Pathways. This new proposal is a combination of RJV #14 Career Pathway Development with K12s; #16 Counseling and Transition Supports for CTE; #27 Expanding Early College Credit Options; and #63 Strengthening Work-Based Learning in CTE. Yes$225,00023
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LS/Biotechnology: Supply Chain/Operations ProjectBrief Description: Provide work-based learning opportunities for community college students. Students will follow cGLP, cGMP, regulations, etc. while generating “laboratory products” for teachers and instructors to use in their classes. Yes$140,00012
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Maker's Space DevelopmentBrief Description: Proposal to develop a business plan for a maker's space. The plan will yield financials, an operational study, equipment/tool/facility needs, plans for community engagement, methods for integrating into curriculum, and opportunities to braid funding sources. Yes$30,00012
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Public SafetyYes$75,00020
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Scaled Project in Common: 5 - Scale Regional STEM/STEAM Teacher PipelineBrief Description:  CTE-STEM - Teacher Pathways - The Teacher Preparation Pipeline –
STEM/CTE (TPP-STEM/CTE) Regional Collaborative aims to provide a model of
contextualized teacher preparation that successfully recruits, trains and
supports existing and future educators throughout the state of California in
the areas of STEM and CTE.
Yes$55,00017
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AB-405 CC BS in IT-CybersecurityBrief Description: Formulation of a Tiger Team to explore Bay Region college response to the AB-405 "Public post-secondary education: community college districts: baccalaureate degree cyber security pilot program."No$09
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Adv Mfg: Industrial Maintenance TechnicianBrief Description: Ind maintenance techs repair equipment in factories. They troubleshoot, adjust, install, repair, and maintain production and processing machinery.

This is a highly skilled position hired throughout mfg and we need to ensure that we can meet the skill levels (and numbers) needed by industry.
No$015
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Adv. Mfg: CNC 5th-Axis Training & Prof. Dev.Brief Description: CNC 5th axis machines are an increasingly important part of our regional manufacturing sector. This collaboration among colleges will provide curriculum, professional development, and equipment to help colleges strengthen their machine technology programs in 5th axis machining and programming.No$010
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Advanced Manufacturing: Healthcare IndustryBrief Description: This program will produce multi-skilled technicians for the advanced manufacturing focusing on the healthcare industry; producing flexible, hybrid, electronics products. These devices and sensors include; wearable fitness medical patient monitoring, ships, planes, automobile sensors, and roads.No$01
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Advanced TransportationNo$09
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Advanced Transportation and ManufacturingBrief Description: SMART- Sonoma Marin Area Transit collaboration with North Bay collegesNo$05
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Bay Area Public Transportation CareersBrief Description: We would work with the large public transportation systems in the Bay Area to develop stronger workforce connections, develop curriculum where needed, and implement apprenticeship programs.No$07
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Biotechnology / Life SciencesNo8
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Career Pathway Collaboration / DevelopmentIdentify 1-2 Career Pathways we want to develop regionally with Adult Education, rather than all of us developing those same career pathways independently. Convene a series of workshops (morning devoted to best practices / professional development; afternoon devoted to using practices just learned to co-develop the pathway.No$033
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Conjoint Audio / Visual Equipment Technician CertBrief Description: CCSF’s Broadcast Electronic Media Arts (BEMA) department and Laney’s Media Communications department are collaborating to offer a regional pathway to InfoComm International’s Certified Technology Specialist certificate, an audiovisual professional credential. No$011
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CTE Faculty Training InstitutesBrief Description: High Quality and Engaging Cross Sector CTE Faculty Professional Development Training ExperiencesNo$010
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Data: cross-system collaboration on labor market demand / supply data
Build on initial work done by data experts from a variety of stakeholders, inventory the data resources/tools/reports we have at our collective disposal, distilling them down into a reasonably manageable data set that we can collectively use to inform the Strong Workforce Program and WIOA Regional PlansNo$08
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Data: Cross-Systems Student/Customer TrackingDevelop a system that allows all collaborating partners (Community Colleges, Adult Ed, WDBs?) to both invest in a common data platform and possibly use a common intake and referral system, that would allow us to track student/customer movement across systemsNo$013
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Digital Media MarketplaceNo$020
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Drone Program DevelopmentThis will support follow on efforts to the Drone Marketplace meeting at Ohlone College, Monday, January 9, 2017No$022
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Educational Professional Learning NetworkKCI at Foothill College intends to create a education pathway to serve the needs of K-14 students in entering the education and educational technology fields. No$35,0001
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Energy, Const., Util: Adv. Lighting ControlsBrief Description: Support from the ECU Sector team to provide curriculum, lab equipment, and faculty professional development to integrate latest manufacturers’ technology into electrical programs. Market demand suggests that this initiative should scale to 20 or more colleges statewide.No$03
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Energy, Const., Util: Building Sci. Career PathwayBrief Description: To promote Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Building Inspection programs to the campus community through: Employer Engagement, developing a Career Pathway using the 2+2+2 model, & Marketing Communications.No$05
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Energy, Const., Util: Facility Management trainingBrief Description: Facility Management is a career that typically spans 3 to 4 decades, with strong opportunities for advancement. There is a need to bridge the statewide Facility Manager supply/demand gap of ≈ 6,000 workers annually through tracks for entry-level education and incumbent worker training. No$06
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Global Internship in an International CityBrief Description: Student professional & personal development opportunities: Complete full-time internship in an international city. Explore career paths, assimilate into a new culture through professional internships, engage with the local community. Gain independence in supportive learning environment. No$010
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Global Trade & LogisticsNo$09
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Healthcare Certification Regional Testing CenterBrief Description: Develop and establish a shared regional testing center for certification and/or licensure of nursing program graduates (nurse assistant, vocational nurse, and registered nursing), psychiatric technician, EMT and paramedic program graduates.No$05
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Healthcare Dental Hygiene Faculty WorkshopBrief Description: Provide funding for a regional faculty development workshop for the dental hygiene programs to meet the dental hygiene program need and faculty credentialing requirementsNo$04
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Healthcare Fire Protection Drone Program No$06
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Healthcare Medical Assistant Cetification CourseBrief Description: Revision of existing Medical Assistant (MA) certification preparation course curriculum in order to offer as either credit or noncredit at regional center or community college or rotating through several colleges.No$012
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Healthcare Medical Assistant Skill Builder CourseBrief Description: Development of curriculum for a series of skill builder courses for community college rad tech graduates and incumbent Medical Assistant (MA) workersNo$04
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Healthcare Personal Care Aide (PCA) ProgramBrief Description: Revision of Personal Care Aide (PCA) curriculum and/or new healthcare program development to provide training for entry level healthcare program workers. No$04
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Healthcare Psych Tech Aide Curriculum DevelopmentBrief Description: Develop Psych Tech Aide (PTA) curriculum and/or new healthcare program development to provide training for entry level healthcare program workers. No$03
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Healthcare RN Advanced Modalities TrainingBrief Description: Development and/or revision of curriculum to provide advanced modality training program for community college rad tech graduates and incumbent RNs in the specialty care areas of peri-op, critical care, maternal-child, ambulatory care nursing. No$05
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Healthcare RN Single Subject CoursesBrief Description: Development and/or revision of registered nursing program curriculum to provide a training program for single subject course remediation of foreign trained nurses or registered nurses trained in other states who have licensure deficits.No$03
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HVACR & Building AutomationBrief Description: Develop and validate leading-edge common outcomes curriculum and instructional aids for entry-level and incumbent workers for the Air Conditioning and Environmental Controls industry informed by Faculty experts and Industry advisors (employers), and leading to Industry valued credentials.No$06
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Hybrid Training for MEMABrief Description: MEMA is the Municipal Equipment Maintenance Association-- county and city vehicle fleets. We've had requests for training in the past year we have not filled.No$02
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ICT-Digital Media Graphic Design Brief Description: Brief Description: Joint computer lab equipment, fixtures and furniture purchases. No$07
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Imbedding Global Competence in CTE CoursesBrief Description: Discover best practices for integrating innovative global competence initiatives into CTE curricula and career counseling. Provide training and professional development to educators & counselors on how to embed global competency into their CTE classrooms.No$05
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Industry Engagement - Regional Occupational CouncilsCreate region wide occupational councils"No$024
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NEXUS EDGEBrief Description: Students will gain earlier exposure and be introduced to the ways global trade impacts career pathways and be better prepared to integrate global competencies into work preparedness skill sets. No$04
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Non-Credit / CurriculumNo$021
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North Bay Regional HospitalityBrief Description: North Bay colleges and Workforce Development Boards collaborating for a regional hospitality career pathway for AEBG clients and K-12 studentsNo$06
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Rad Tech Advanced Modalitiy TrainingBrief Description: Development and/or revision of computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) curriculum for training program for community college rad tech graduates and incumbent rad tech workersNo$09
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Regional DevOps Career PathwaysBrief Description: Every software company, whether start-up or established, needs DevOps to automate builds, perform testing, and package software for distribution and sale. This joint venture disseminates and promotes these skills and cultivates a workforce to support the thriving software industry.No$03
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Regional Hospitality Adult School Bridge ProgramBrief Description: Train-the-trainers experiences regarding: Pathway Design and Mapping, Curriculum, Support Materials, expanded pathway developmentNo$09
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Regional MarketingNo$025
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Regional Paramedic ProgramBrief Description: There is a need to provide access to a paramedic program in the southern areas (Santa Cruz, south Santa Clara, Monterey counties).No$01
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Regional Paramedic ProgramBrief Description: There is a need to provide access to a paramedic program in the southern areas (Santa Cruz, south Santa Clara, Monterey counties).No$02
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Scaled Project in Common: 1 - Curriculum StreamliningNo$015
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Scaled Project in Common: 2A - Outreach to Parents and Students - CTE RebrandingNo$08
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Scaled Project in Common: 2B - Outreach to Employers - CTE RebrandingNo$010
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Scaled Project in Common: 3 - Employability and Soft SkillsNo$013
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Scaled Project in Common: 4 - Early Career ExplorationNo$012
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Small BusinessNo$022
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Student Support Services / Wrap Around ServicesNo$012
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Test Joint VentureBrief Description: This is a test of the indexNo$01
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Transportation, Distribution Ctrs Industry Brief Description: Providing high school internships 11-12 grades with training for the Material handling Industry ensuring a well trained and diverse workforce.No$02
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WIOA/SWP/AEBG Integration StrategiesBrief Description: From Oct 21 Planning - Develop joint staffing models and shared professional development for Workforce Boards, Community College Workforce/CTE Programs, and AE consortia. Streamline ETPL, referral, work readiness, placement, and and shared models for business engagement and work based learning.No$027
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