• Serve as in-region contact for a sector, working with the region’s colleges and employers to create alignment around and deliver on workforce training and career pathways.  There are 7 macro-regions subdivided into 15 economic regions.  Deputy Sector Navigators operate at the macro-region level.  In certain geographies, there may be two Deputy Sector Navigators providing coverage to the macro-region.

  • Within the macro-region, is among 5-7 Deputy Sector Navigators, each serving an industry or occupational cluster selected by the macro-region as its priority or emergent sector targeted for investment.  The Regional Consortia has the task of selecting priority and emergent sectors.

  • Within the state, belongs to a network of Deputy Sector Navigators within the same sector that is led and coordinated by the Sector Navigator.  This network will help the Deputy Sector Navigator normalize workplans, learn of curriculum models and effective practices, and field “how to” questions.  The Chancellor’s Office communicates to the Deputy Sector Navigators through the Sector Navigators.

  • Has shared responsibility for moving the needle on Common Metrics and Accountability Measures.

  • Are composed of the CTE, workforce development, economic development, and contract education programs based at colleges within an economic region. Regions are sized large enough to encompass all or nearly all regional industry sectors. Some regions will be composed of sub-regions.

  • Partner with Sector Navigators and Technical Assistance Providers to incubate, sustain, and spin off both Sector Partnerships that serve industry sectors and occupational clusters within a defined domain and Collaborative Communities of Practice that bring faculty and practitioners together around common interests that can be better advanced by collaborative effort. Every sector will also have Advisory(ies) as part of doing their work.

  • Consortia Chairs participate with the region’s larger workforce and economic development networks and conversations, scouting out opportunities to engage community colleges in advancing the region’s prosperity.

  • Has shared responsibility for moving the needle on Common Metrics and Accountability Measures.

  • Retained by the Chancellor’s Office to provide expertise and technical assistance to the field.

  • Consist of Chancellor’s Office staff and other experts within or identified by the system on topics identified through the Extended Operations Team as important to the execution of the Doing What MATTERS for Jobs and Economy framework.

  • Enable Regional Consortia, individual colleges, Sector Navigators, Deputy Sector Navigators, sector partnerships and Collaborative Communities of Practice to more effectively carry out their roles by providing expert consultation and services in such areas as labor market research or LaunchBoard data collection.  See bottom of Contact Us for a list of Technical Assistance Providers.

  • Select Technical Assistance Providers serve as Key Talent for the system and have a seat on the Chancellor’s Office Extended Operations Team.

  • Has shared responsibility for moving the needle on Common Metrics and Accountability Measures.

Agendas and Minutes

*Meetings are held on the first Monday of every month via CCC Confer unless otherwise noted.


2016/2017 Meetings:

July — No Meeting
August — No Meeting
September  — AgendaMinutes
October — AgendaMinutes
November — No Meeting
December — Agenda / Minutes
January — Agenda / Minutes
February — Agenda / Minutes
March  — AgendaMinutes
April  — AgendaMinutes
May —AgendaMinutes
June — Agenda / Minutes

2017/2018 Meetings:

July — Agenda / Minutes
August — AgendaMinutes
September  — No meeting
October — Agenda Minutes
November — Agenda Minutes
December — AgendaMinutes
January — No Meeting
February — Agenda / Minutes
March  — Agenda / Minutes
April  — Agenda / Minutes
May —Agenda / Minutes
June — Agenda / Minutes