2018 RJV Index
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Below 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 Regional Joint Venture link below. RJVs may evolve into proposals for use of local, regional, or K12 Strong Workforce Funds as well as tapping into other funding sources.Seeking College $Seeking RJV Fund $Seeking K12 SWP35
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Create New Regional Joint Venture<= To propose a new RJV. Submitted forms will automatically be posted to the list below.
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RJV Name/Link to Project SheetNOVA App LinkDescriptionMessage to Potential ParticipantsNumber Participants
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Allied Health Career Summer InstitutesNOVAContinue & expand implementation of the Career Summer Institute in Mental Health for high school students to explore careers in mental health field2
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Allied Health-Nursing Faculty TrainingNOVAAllied Health and Nursing Program Succession Planning to include 4 components involving faculty and program director recruitment and training3
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AV Tech Cert Collaborative ImplementNOVAIn Fall18-CCSF/Laney will offer capstone courses for their Collaborative AV Tech Cert., program developed with R1 SWP funds. Other colleges joined; CSM and DVC. As we implement, we are documenting our process and experiences to support others considering creation of regional programs of study. Laney and CCSF are in the curriculum phase. Certificates of Achievement have been created and approved by their respective curritulum committees. We hope to begin instruction Fall 2018. DVC has begun a separate certificate and instruction has already started.3
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Aviation-Partnering for the FutureNOVABay Area Aviation Colleges are aligning with employers and positioning themselves for growth. Market demand is growing and colleges need to develop curriculum to increase number of qualified technicians and partner with industry on pathways activities and hiring of more faculty.C$R$8
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AWS Cloud Computing ConsortiumNOVAThis is to form a consortium of colleges offering the Amazon Web Services Cloud Computing CertificateWe would love to have other deans and faculty help us with getting our consortium together. Alex Kramer and Teresa Ong are leading this effort and welcome anyone else to join us. 3
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Bay Area Summer CyberCamps 2.0NOVALet's build on the success and best practices of the summer BACCC CyberCamps by: (1) Increase enrollment in participating college's IT/Cybersecurity courses. (2) Grow participation in collegiate competitions. (3) Expand participation in the year-long CyberPatriot program.Join us in this effort. I commit my full support for this project and to seek support from all sources available. C$R$23
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Bay Region ICT PathwaysNOVAThis project seeks to develop a bay region partnership between K-12, Community Colleges and employers of Information & Communication Technology occupations to build a homegrown ICT workforceI'm willing to help get the discussion started, but we will need widespread participation for this to have a chance of succeeding. Let's start talking!C$R$K$1
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Court Reporting: New Career PathsNOVACollege of Marin and West Valley College are proposing a Regional Joint Venture to examine and align Court Reporting and adjacent disciplines in the Northern California region and possibly statewide.
College of Marin will act as regional lead for the project1
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Cybersecurity - Summer 2018 CyberCamps #ISPICNOVARegional funds are requested to deliver 2018 Summer CyberCamps (Intro and Adv camps this year). Funds will cover coordination/outreach; train-the-trainer workshop for coaches/mentors; camp trainers, registration fee, curriculum, workbooks, and a t-shirt for each participant.35
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Diversity in Tech: ICT PathwaysNOVAThe Diversity in Tech initiative aims build, strengthen and enhance an ICT pathway for diverse students from high schools and community partners, through community colleges, and into jobs, university and careers.
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Guided PathwaysNOVABACCC and the Career Ladders Project are teaming up to convene a series of workshops that will provide GP professional development and explore whether there are ways in which regional collaboration can support participating colleges in their implementation of GP.If you are interested in participating, or just learning more so that you can decide whether this will serve your interests, please sign on either as individuals or organizations in the spaces provided below. We will communicate via email with those who have signed on. C$15
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ICT-Digital Media Faculty Development #ISPICNOVABACCC RJV contribution ($10,000 per sub-region) with ICT-DM matching ISPIC funds ($20,000) to offset the cost of professional development costs (training and conference attendance) for ICT/DM Faculty in the Bay Region for a total of $40,000 for the year.26
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Infusing Entrepreneurship in MakerspacesNOVADiscover best practices for integrating innovative entrepreneur/business management competence initiatives into CTE makerspace programs. Provide professional development to educators & counselors on how to embed business creation and management into CTE makerspaces/labs.Additional direct to college funds or Round 3 RJV funding will go toward expanding best practices and lessons learned to colleges just beginning a makerspace project. The second main goal is to develop the pathways that take makerspace work and business planning/eship lessons into more hiring opportunities. This will be accomplished both with improved data collection points and with increasing historcial data to show how students progress from makerspace to workplace.C$R$28
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Makerspace/FabLab Regional CollaborationNOVAProposal to develop a business plan for a maker's space. The plan will yield financials, an operational study, equipment/tool/facility needs, plans for community engagement, methods for integrating into curriculum, and opportunities to braid funding sources.13
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Netlab+ Shared Regional Data CenterNOVAOngoing support for the project. To include data center administrator, support and licensing, hardware update, outreach, and professional development.9
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NextGen AutoTechNOVAConduct Auto Marketplace to expose auto faculty to autonomous and advanced electrical systems. Identify needed skills, conduct faculty trainings, and develop curriculum to upskill auto students. Hire college recruiter for high schools, develop marketing materials, hire faculty.C$R$8
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Ongoing Investment in Data - Center Of ExcellenceNOVACenters of Excellence Regional Support for Data - A Chancellor's Office Recommended Project in Common.
Expand Center of Excellence for Labor Market Research capacity to meet regional data needs.
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Pilot: Regional ICT Advisory NOVALeverage Chamber of Commerce, Workforce Investment Boards, DSN, statewide ISPIC, and Strong Workforce Program funding to pilot using the Eastbay ICT Partnership as a shared business and industry advisory serving community college members and K-12, CBO, and non-profit partners. The East Bay ICT Industry Sector Partnership has supported the last 11 months of ongoing effort by leveraging organizational financial resources supplied by the Stride Center, the Oakland Chamber of Commerce and the Deputy Sector Navigator for the Bay Region ICT Sector.. The last of that funding resource will expire on July 1, 2018. Given that the region’s Workforce Development Boards allied under East Bay Works have identified the sector partnerships as an integral component of their WIOA regioC$R$26
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Public Safety 2nd Round- Regional Coordination and College InvestmentsNOVAThis RJV will build upon the work completed in year one of SWP, which was a planning year, and whereby a comprehensive gap analysis was conducted for Law Enforcement/Administration of Justice, Fire Technology and EMS/EMT and paramedic programs. 12
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Regional CTE Marketing CampaignNOVAThis project builds on the Regional Career Education Campaign's momentum from the past year, and includes significant investments in a media buy for the Bay Region, creative content development and supports for local use/adaptation of template resources.5
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Regional Job PlacementNOVAIdentify colleges / districts interested in collaborating around job placement services for community college students attending BACCC colleges, including but not limited to the possibility of researching and procuring a regional job placement platform as desired by colleges.
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Supply Chain/Operations (SCOpe) ProjectNOVAWork-based learning for Biotechnology program students: Students will follow technical lab and soft skills to generate “life sciences laboratory products” for education and hands-on activities in a structured environment that simulates a company’s manufacturing operation. 23
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Teacher Preparation Pipeline Year 2 and 3NOVAThis RJV aims to provide a linked model of teacher preparation and shared resources that recruits, trains and supports existing and future educators throughout the BACCC region in the areas of STEM, CTE and TPP. It is priority #5 of the CCCCO Projects in Common- 10% share. C$R$28
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