Career Technical Education Professional Development for Faculty Internships and Mentoring

Fall
2016
Resolution Number
21.04
 
Contact
Lynn Shaw
Assigned to
CTE Leadership Committee
Category
Career Technical Education
Status
Assigned
Status Report

2017-18: The committee chair will identify faculty who are willing to work on the creation of a module for the PDC. In addition, the chair will work with the CO to identify funding for faculty who will create such modules.

Whereas, The Board of Governors approved the Board of Governors Task Force on Workforce, Job Creation, and a Strong Economy Report and Recommendations,[1] including Recommendation 13.d., which states that the California Community College system should “Establish a mentorship model that delineates pathways for industry professionals to intern at colleges to gain teaching skills, knowledge, and experience while pursuing an associate degree or the equivalent”;

Whereas, Title 5 §53502 describes a system for mentoring and internship for those disciplines for which a master's degree is not expected or required; and

Whereas, A limited number of community colleges offer internships or mentoring for career technical education (CTE) faculty;

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges develop a module in its Professional Development College that supports diverse industry professionals with a pathway to becoming career technical education (CTE) faculty interns; and

Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges develop a module in its Professional Development College that supports faculty in mentoring diverse CTE faculty interns.

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[1] Board of Governors Task Force On Workforce, Job Creation, and a Strong Economy Report And Recommendations,

http://doingwhatmatters.cccco.edu/portals/6/docs/sw/BOG_TaskForce_Report_v12_web.pdf