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Biological Technologies Initiative Mary Pat Huxley - Director. California Community College Biotechnology Initiative. Forsyth Community College Winston-Salem, North Carolina 23 June 2005 Mary Pat Huxley . For perspective, some relevant facts about California.
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Natural Technologies Initiative Mary Pat Huxley - Director California Community College Biotechnology Initiative Forsyth Community College Winston-Salem, North Carolina 23 June 2005 Mary Pat Huxley

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For point of view, some important truths about California About 33 million individuals live in California in a few ethnic gatherings, none that are a greater part About 2.9 million individuals go to junior college either low maintenance or full-time. Packing these participants into full-time equal understudies yields a check of 1.5 million full-time proportionate (FTE) understudies. (Take note of that 2.9 million individuals parallels or surpasses the number of inhabitants in 19 distinct states in the U.S., as indicated by 2000 evaluation information.)

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"Advanced education and access for every single qualified understudy is a key foundation of our monetary aggressiveness." Stephen Levy, Center for the Continuing Study of the California Economy

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Access to Higher Education Three state-supported organizations of advanced education in California: 10 Universities of California (research transcendent) 23 California State Universities (instructing and instructor preparing concentrated, less research) and 110 CCCs and their satellite grounds. (7% of U.S. Junior colleges) Almost every Californian can drive to a close-by junior college or one of its satellite grounds. Advanced education is open

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Some applicable certainties about biotech industry in California half of US Biotech organizations, incomes, and representatives worker numbers shift, depending* New employees* every year in biotech ~10,000 *See the White Paper

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California Has Nine Regional Economies ~200 m ~ 900 miles 155,959 sq mi From - www.labor.ca.gov

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North Carolina Florida ~500 miles 53,821 sq miles (5,103 sq mi of water) Population 8,049,313 individuals ~185 miles

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The CCC Biotech Initiative Integral part of the Economic and Workforce Development Program, which is the manner by which the CCCs satisfy one of three legitimately commanded missions (exchange, job/group, EWD) Six focuses geologically characterized, incorporating all universities around there – these "limits" are very porous

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The CCC Biotech Initiative Voice for the 110 schools for biotech matters and in addition those with particular biotech educational program Sometimes a portion of other bio courses Or a capstone biotech course Or a full program in biotech

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Geographical Regions & Directors North Valley & Mountain Northern San Joaquin Central Coast LA-Orange County Southern 1 2 3 4 5 6

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North Valley and Mountain Biotechnology Center Dr. Jeffery O\'Neal 15 Colleges

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Northern California Biotechnology Center Dr. Edie Leonhardt Professor Jim DeKloe Co-chiefs (photographs not accessible) 27 Colleges

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San Joaquin Biotechnology Center Richard Gillis, JD 14 Colleges

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Central Coast Biotechnology Center 8 Colleges Dr. James Harber

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Los Angeles/Orange County Biotechnology Center Dr. Wendie Johnston 27 Colleges

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Southern California Biotechnology Center Dr. Sandra Slivka 14 Colleges

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Resources on the CCC Biotech Web webpage White Paper California Careers in Biotechnology: a Counselors Guide to the Best Jobs - pdf Other connections Geographic guide of the Center areas All 110 schools, including around 33% that have biotech courses/programs Curricula is a venture with Bio-Link, visit their website www.bio-link.org

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Informing both businesses and potential students know this biotech training and preparing is accessible Funding for costly hardware – the move of stipends and gifts Well-prepared educators – particularly knowing how "within" of a biotech organization truly works Skills the business needs are really being shown Workplace competency aptitudes ("delicate" abilities) Knowing where the occupations are Knowing where the occupations will be Issues, issues and problems

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Dichotomies Motivations "the main issue" in industry The instructional mode in training Skill sets and training Learn the essentials math (frequently including insights), science, science, different sciences Have the genuine hands-on abilities for mechanical setting Education level/degrees Belief that a four year college education is the base training to "do well" in biotech Belief that exclusive 18-20 year-olds sans degrees go to CCCs

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How to [Continually] Determine Desired Employee Competencies What bio-related industry(ies) are in our general vicinity? What expertise sets do they require? What logical comprehension do they require that bolster the aptitudes? How soon?

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What Do We Need to Meet the Industry\'s Desired Competencies? Do we have the assets, offices and work force to address these issues? If not, would we be able to create them? Who are our accomplices? What is/are their role(s)? Who will make and keep up these organizations?

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What has been useful in California to make and keep up biotech programs in the CCCs Legislative Mandate and Support Relevant segment of California Education Code in Appendix An of the White Paper "Fortify the California Community Colleges financial and workforce improvement framework which conveys instruction and preparing administrations to organizations and specialists in key development enterprises and new advances" - California State Senate Democratic 2004 Economic Development Strategy Report Governor\'s Support "Making and holding occupations - and the organizations that give them - must be a need." Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, 2004 State of the State Address

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What has been useful in California to make and keep up biotech programs in the CCCs Regional overviews – formal and casual Chats with industry individuals Information from Small Business Development Centers Industry affiliations Sharing lab space with new business Industry temporary jobs for employees Workshops Employment Development Department and the Labor Market Information Division

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Partnerships – the main way to achievement WIBS Local monetary advancement people County and private wrongdoing labs Agricultural gatherings – cultivators, plant tissue culture labs, University Cooperative Extension, UC Davis Local organizations – pharmaceutical, therapeutic gadgets, biofuel/biodiesel, DNA fingerprinting, nanotechnology Industry affiliations – Biotechnology Industry Organization, National Agricultural Biotechnology Counci, Southern California Biomedical Council, BIOCOM, Ventura Coast Biotechnology Institute Other schools and colleges, open and private National and state instructive gatherings in biotech, for example, Bio-Link and CSUPERB (California State University Program in Education and Research in Biotechnology) Legislators Federal Agencies – National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Department of Labor, Department of Education, Department of Commerce

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Resource Web Sites Only three are recorded as every one has connections to numerous other related Web destinations www.cccewd.net – the Web website with each of the ten of the Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) Program industry group activities www.cccbiotech.org – the Web webpage for the CCC Biotechnology Initiative (one of ten industry bunch activities in the EWD for the CCCs) www.bio-link.org – the Web website for the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education Center in Biotechnology for the country\'s Community Colleges

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Thank you – I am enchanted to be your visitor! Contact data Mary Pat Huxley State Director, Biotech 4667 Telegraph Road Ventura, CA 93003 Biotechnology Initiative California Community College Economic and Workforce Development Program Voice (805) 648 8977 Fax (805 648 8988 Email: mphuxley@vcccd.net

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