Government Contract | Oregon
2015-2017 Career Pathways Grant Funding

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000425179

Bid Title: 2015-2017 Career Pathways Grant Funding

Agency Bid No. Title: 525-1002-15

Received Date: 12/01/2015

Close Date: 12/18/2015

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Various Locations, Oregon

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 12/02/2015 09:00 AM, Bidder Preregistration

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:Career Pathways Initiative statewide goals include:Increase the number of Oregonians with degrees, certificates, and credentials.Ease transition and articulation across the education continuum and between employment and postsecondary education.Goals and outcomes for 2015-2017 Career Pathways grant funding:Increase Pathways - Increase number of Career Pathways and Less Than One Year Certificate completions (CPCCs and LTOYs) and/or certificates offered through improved communication/outreach processes, student supports, or using student/employment data to implement persistence/completion strategy.Sector Partnership and Certificate/Credential Alignment - Participate in sector partnership work with local workforce partners in order to develop and enhance certificate programs based on industry needs. Align Certificates to Industry Credentials: Inventory Career Pathways and Less Than One Year certificates (LTOY) that are or could potentially be aligned/tied to an industry credential.Peer Learning - Participate in the Oregon Pathways Alliance to share promising practices around peer learning statewide about Career Pathways.Online Navigation Resources - Increase number and expand use/visibility of Career Pathway Plan of Study Templates (POST) (high school to community college articulations), including updated career pathway roadmaps, through high school and community college websites and other venues. The focus should be for students, prospective students, parents, unemployed workers through MyPathCareers.org and oregon.programsofstudy.org, OLMIS Occupational reports, and Oregon Career Information System (CIS).Outreach and Recruitment - Increase intentional outreach and targeted recruitment to GED students, immigrants, refugees, historically underrepresented populations, SNAP recipients, out of school youth, and adult/dislocated workers.In addition, Colleges are required to choose one or more of the following options in order to best meet local needs and goals:Pathways Offering Accelerated and Contextualized Remediation - Increase number of Career Pathways and Less Than One Year Certificate completions (CPCCs and LTOYs) and/or certificates offered through improved communication/outreach processes, student supports, or using student/employment data to implement persistence/completion strategy.WIOA Aligned Transition Pathways - Create and/or align accelerated transition to certificate programs with WIOA performance measures and Ability to Benefit. ABS/VESL pathways offer GED, ELL, and Developmental Education students an accelerated path through college to obtain a Career Pathway certificate while they concurrently build their academic, language, and job skills. Career Coaching - Develop a plan to offer students career coaching to provide individualized career and college success guidance that increases persistence in education and transition into the workforce.High School Articulation - Develop and/or update programs of study and articulation agreements that afford high school students the ability to obtain 6-9 credits toward, or complete, a short-term certificate upon graduation.

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Product Codes: 92486, 95239

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: State of Oregon-Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development

State: Oregon

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 255 Capitol Street NE, Salem, Oregon, 97310

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