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E-Blast June 2020

E-Blast June 2020

p>As a subscriber, you will receive this E-Blast to your inbox every month. The goal of the E-Blast is to keep everyone in the NFN Regional Consortium up-to-date on news, events and other activities happening both in our region and the state. If you would like something placed into the E-blast and/or NFNRC Calendar, please send the information to dempseysh@butte.edu (please submit by 5pm on the first Monday of the month to be included in that month's newsletter). A full calendar and more information can be found on the Member Hub of the NFNRC website.

Events
NORTH/FAR NORTH Recorded WEBINAR SERIES WITH DR. ROBERT EYLER

If you missed Dr. Eylers webinars on the economic impacts as a result of the COVID-19, the links to the recorded sessions are below.

 The webinars included the impacts to the State as well as specific impacts to the NFN Region, the recovery outlook and specific industry sector impacts and opportunities.

 

General Overview, Region, Recover

May 18, 2020


Sector Impacts – Health, Business & Entrepreneurship, Retail & Hospitality

May 20, 2020


Sector Impacts – Advanced Manufacturing; Agriculture, Water & Environment Technologies; Information & Communications Tech/Digital Media

 May 27, 2020


Sector Impacts – Advanced Transportation & Logistics; Global Trade; Energy, Construction & Utilities

 June 3, 2020

 

Adult Education Pipeline 3.0 Webinar

 May 27, 2020

                 Webinar recording                  PowerPoint Presentation                CAEP Student Data Reporting

California Community Colleges’ Vision for Success
Report and Recommendations for Improving Black and African American Student Outcomes

California Community Colleges Black and African American Advisory Panel 

Published: May 6, 2020

The California Community Colleges’ Vision for Success focuses on full and open access to higher education and improved student outcomes for all Californians. To that end, the Chancellor’s Office is working to increase the lagging enrollment and completion rates of Black and African American students at college campuses throughout the state.

Report and Recommendations

News
North Far North Center of Excellence News Bulletins

Due to the impacts from COVID-19, the North/Far North Center of Excellence is sharing a bi-weekly summary of findings from the COE’s workforce measures and reporting by other agencies in the region and state. In these unprecedented times, some data points that we have traditionally used do not reflect the current economic disruption; however, we are bringing to you the most accurate information we have available at this time.

Read archived bulletins here.

Center Of Excellence May News & Updates

If you’re anything like us, you’ve been both anticipating and dreading the April employment numbers as they represent the first full month where the stay home order was in place. The data reported below are unprecedented – spiking unemployment, decreased labor force participation, and double-digit industry losses. And it will not be surprising to see similar or worsening numbers with the upcoming release of May’s jobs data (expected on June 19).

The reopening of the economy that is happening now will be the next pivot point for job trends. So bear with us for several more weeks of anticipation, this time tinged with hope, until we know to what extent June will reverse the April and May trends.

Thank you and be well,

The COE Team

Read More Here

Sector Snapshots

The Snapshot reflects the breadth and depth of industry market intelligence, engagement, resources, and solutions State Directors and respective Regional Director Teams are offering colleges in these uncertain times, including interactive webinars, online instructional tools, employer insight and more.

The Sector Snapshot is published every two weeks. Current and archived editions can also be found at: sectors.strongworkforce.net

 

NFNRC News Center
Six Months to Six-Figures: Lucrative Law Enforcement Careers through COS POST Academy 

NFNRC News Center – January 2020 

Blue uniforms. Green wallets. 

With demand for qualified law enforcement professionals climbing, it pays to be a police officer. And when it comes to earning a six-figure salary while serving a community, College of the Siskiyous’s POST Academy is a pretty good place to start. 

“A student can show up here with no training,” says POST Law Enforcement Academy Director Lieutenant Jeremiah LaRue. “They can spend as little as just a couple thousand dollars … and they can get a job where you’re making a hundred thousand dollars a year with benefits. 

“Talk about return on investment.” 

For Veteran student Devin Paulus, POST (which stands for Peace Officer Standards and Training) was the “perfect fit.”

Devin Paulas

Coloring Outside the Lines Encouraged: FLC’s Experience-Focused ECE Program Forges Brighter Futures

News Center – November 2019

 

 

Imagine you’re in charge of a class of preschoolers who are climbing, jumping, throwing foam chairs, and just having a riot of a time. “I was at the end of my rope,” says Margarita Rankin, who was teaching full-time while attending Folsom Lake College’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) program to build career skills. While supervising her class on a particularly wild day, she had an “a-ha” moment – realizing the perfect application of her FLC studies. “In my class, I learned about patience,” says Rankin, who left her career in the “rat race” of sales and returned to school in her 50s to follow her calling in pre-K education. “I needed to have a paradigm shift.”

Margarita Rankin

CCCAOE

CCCAOE Newsletter


DON’T MISS THESE OPPORTUNITIES:

Leadership Academy

Read More Information Here

Registration is open for Level 1 and 2.

Leadership Level 1 – Mike Walsh

Leadership Level 2 – Mickey Porter, Dare to Lead

 

2020 Fall Conference Preparation

Call for Breakout Sessions

(Deadline to apply is June 5, 2020)

Call for Early Bird Workshops

(Deadline to apply is June 5, 2020)

Call for Sponsors

Room Requests

Opportunities
North Far North Regional Chair Job Posting

Apply Here

The North Far North Regional Chair  is a regional position hosted at Butte College serving the 15 colleges in the North Far North region. The North Far North Regional Chair acts as first point of contact representing the California Community College Chancellor’s Office for regional inquiries.  There is extensive driving and travel required for this position.  The work schedule is Monday – Thursday, 7:30 am – 5:00 pm and Friday, 8am – 12 pm.  Over the summer the work schedule changes to Monday – Thursday, 7:00 am – 5:00 pm with Friday off.  This is an exempt position that requires occasional evening and weekend availability. The position Closes on 6/11/2020 11:59 PM Pacific.

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