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Naomi Hagen, Career Counselor, Avivo
Shannon Kirkeide, Dean of Academic and Community Outreach at Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Amy Shapiro, Customized Training Representative, Minneapolis College
Phil Arellano, PM for WFD, Minn State and RealTime Talent
Sara Etzel, Minneapolis Public Schools CTE - Minneapolis Consortia
Deb Broberg, ED at RealTime Talent...
Kate Hulse, Administrative Manager, Hennepin County
David White, government grants officer, Avivo
Amy Gort, Provost, Metropolitan State University
Amie Dwyer, Continuing Education Rep, Mpls College
Ann Koller, Employment Counselor, Interfaith Outreach
Madolyn Martini, Employment Specialist, Project for Pride in Living
Liz Jennings, Employer Engagement Specialist (statewide role), CareerForce/DEED
Tara Munroe, Career Counselor, Avivo
Jenna Baumgard, Admissions Advisor, Inver Hills CC
Robb Lowe - Director CTE Pathways - Minn State - CTE Team
Abbie Huttenburg, Director of K-12 Partnerships, Anoka-Ramsey CC
Debbie Belfry Southwest Metro Perkins Consortium Coordinator
Kathy Kittel, Saint Paul Public Schools
Cindy Walters, Executive Director of Career and Alternative Programs; SouthWest Metro Intermediate District. Southwest metro perkins consortium co coordinator
Cassie, Opportunity Navigator at Lutheran Social Service: Employment Services
Erik Larson, Avivo (Career Counselor)
Lisa Cain, Job Developer with Hennepin County
Dean Breuer--MN Department of Education--CTE Specialist for Business, Marketing, and Technology
Scott Arcand, Teaching & Learning Specialist for CTE, Anoka-Hennepin Schools/OakLand
Joe Ramlet, CTEP AmeriCorps Member, Interfaith Outreach
Shannon Kirkeide, Dean of Academic and Community Outreach, Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Sue Dion, Director of Academic Partnerships, Century College
Deanna Koenig, Director, Minneapolis College
Aaron Corcoran Augsburg
Elaina Bleifield, VP Academic and Student Affairs, Anoka Technical COllege
Dr. Ron Erickson, Dean of Business, Design, Health and Education, Dakota County Technical College
Maryanne Simonitsch, Program Development, Elpis Enterprises
Jim Verhoye, Director, Avivo Institute of Career and Technical Education
Timothy O'Neill - DEED LMI
Emily Johnson, Inver Hills Community College, Director of Career Development.
Welcome Herbert - Herbert King - Perkins Coordinator Century College.
Dena Colemer, North Hennepin CC, Institutional Research
Natalie Bullinger, Employment Services Manager, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners
Full report and this webinar recordings will be posted on CTE website in a few days. You can also find the full report here: http://www.realtimetalent.org/research-2/cte-pathways/
Business includes Hospitality and Tourism which may not be known.
@Debbie - great point!
The presentation should also give you conversation and data points to bring to your stakeholder engagement activities.
Who do we contact for information on our specific community?
Hi Lisa! Feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or request for customized reports!
Relived to know there's a HUGE demand for truck drivers, CDL Class A!
I'm surprised about the growth in Human Services occupations
Validated - we've seen a great number of requests to support CDL training.
The labor shortages in health sciences surprise me all the time, especially with the current layoffs.
need for employees in insurance, loan interviewers
Surprised at Human Services growth
Data all leads to discussion of what is happening in our communities and helps us take action.
Analyzing employment and labor force trends during COVID are certainly eye-opening. It'll be interesting to see how wages trend in the near future among different occupations.
Also interesting to see how industries adapt to virtual work and the lack of skilled employees.
Overlapping skillsets that are agile for a dynamic job market
can you please repeat the question
How can human service agencies partner with tech programs to get jobseekers into in-demand pathways
Certainly need to get people up to speed with tech/Microsoft office skills, as shown by those gaps
CTE must help students "see themselves" in these industry, which is more than just giving them the industry data. Experience in job shadowing might help students think about health or software jobs.
Disseminating data to stakeholders not understanding or having the time to listen to webinars such as this.
Career connected conversations and contextual learning opportunities in CORE academics as well as CTE (K-12)
Nursing Assistant and other health services programming/coursework
Human Service/Education top employer, yet we are just beginning to think of this as as a pathway for our students. O
Our consortium has to help with the health care crisis, but how do you that with shortage of health teachers and high cost of having a health care program... We are investigating this. The date emphasized this need.
There still remains an education for folks about what different types of careers that exist and what they are -- manufacturing isn't what it used to be, as an example
Erin is teaching because she is providing information in a manageable way for all of us!
Increase digital literacy skills & access
helping provide computers or wifi hot spots so they can access education
Finding a way for students to see themselves in our pathways.
Help students understand demands and provide programs for training
Partner with job counselors and the students and make sure they know about all of the jobs available. Coach the businesses to reduce bias.
LinkedIn says it's your birthday, Erin. Happy Birthday, and thanks for the presentation!
Decrease the timeline to open new programs of study at the high school and college level in order to increase responsiveness to needs in specific communities
Erin, thank you. You are a great educator.
Thank you, Erin!
It was great. Will we get the slides