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1SAMPLE

Areas in which the


college must
dedicate funding to
support activities in
order to address the
federally required
Uses of Funds

Perkins
Element
1A,
IB

FORM 2: SAMPLE PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET - ELEMENT #X


Subtitle
1A.
1B.
1C.

Strengthen the academic and career and technical skills of students participating in CTE programs
Integrate academics with CTE programs
Develop CTE programs that will provide students with strong experience in

Perkins (only)
Resources

NonPerkins
Resources

3. Activity

4. Expected Outcomes

5.
Performance
Measure(s)

This is the amount


of Perkins (only)
Resources
expended on an
activity.

This is the
amount of
NonPerkins
Resources
expended
on an
activity.

This is a specific, measurable activity.

This is the expected outcome


of the measurable activity, for
example:

This is the
measure that
this activity
will impact.

50 students participating in 3
Career Orientation Seminars
with 80% returning
evaluations with positive
reviews.

For example:
1P1

Only Perkins Resources are


required here; you SHOULD
NOT include other sources of
funds. Dollar amounts
documented on the Program
Element Worksheets should be
reflective of the dollar amount
provided on the Budget
Worksheet.

Bad Example: Recruit some students to participate in a


few Career Orientation Seminar
Good Example: Recruit 50 (measured via sign in sheet)
students to participate in and evaluate effectiveness of 3
Career Orientation Seminars offered in the Fall, Spring,
and Summer.

Only Non-Perkins Resources


are required here.

6. PIP

PIP column formally documents that a specific activity will


be conducted to help address performance measures
currently falling below the state goal. NOT EVERY
ACTIVITY MUST BE SELECTED. Each measure that
the college is falling short on must have at least one
activity selected as a Program Improvement Plan Element.

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET - ELEMENT #1


Improvement of Academic and Career and Technical Skills of CTE Students
How will the college address the following goals?
1A.
Strengthen the academic and career and technical skills of students participating in CTE programs.
1B.
Integrate academics with CTE programs.
1C.
Develop CTE programs that will provide students with strong experience in, and understanding of, all aspects of an industry.
1D.
Develop work-based learning experiences for CTE students.
1E.
Develop, improve or expand the use of technology in CTE programs.
1F.
Describe how the college will ensure that career and technical education programs include the same coherent and rigorous content
standards as other college programs.
1G.
Describe how career guidance and academic counseling will be provided to career and technical education students, including linkages to
future education and training opportunities.
1H.
Describe efforts to improve the recruitment and retention of career and technical education teachers, faculty, and career guidance and
academic counselors, including individuals in groups underrepresented in the teaching profession.
1I.
Describe efforts to improve the transition to teaching from business and industry.
1J
Describe efforts to provide integrated basic skills and career and technical education programs for adult students to upgrade their
technical skills, in preparation for high wage, high demand occupations.
Perkins
Element

Perkins
(only)
Resources

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

1B, 1F

Sauk funds

Continue to update course sequencing for AAS degrees. 100% of all course
sequence forms will be updated and reviewed by counselors and faculty.

Dual credit, articulated credit,


and high school courses are
linked to post-secondary
programs.

1P1, 2P1, 3P1

1D, 1I

Sauk funds

Continue to have work-based components in several of our AAS degrees.

64% of our AAS degrees in the


catalog show a work-based
component

4P1

1P1, 3P1

1A, 1E

$15,407

Purchase equipment and supplies for various CTE programs.

Proper equipment and supplies


will enhance CTE students
learning experiences

1F, 1H

$1,500

Sauk will host a dual credit workshop for secondary and postsecondary CTE
and academic teachers. At least one instructor from every district will be in
attendance.

Inform dual credit instructors of 1P1, 2P1


new dual credit orientation
processes, as well as increase
collaboration and alignment
between courses.

PIP

1A, 1C

$850

Student career exploration for 24 second-year Radiologic Technology (Rad


Tech) students, which consists of a trip to Chicago for the annual Radiologic
Society of North America conference.

24 Rad Tech students will


experience professional growth
and development in the Rad
Tech field.

1P1, 2P1

1B, 1F

$1,200

Update and/or print brochures and posters for CTE and nontraditional
programs and events.

increased participation of CTE


programs and events

1P1, 2P1

1G

$200

Sauk will host Focusing Families on the Future to tie in with the annual
College Night.

Educate and support families in


their career decisions and
educational processes.

1P1, 5P1

1H, 1I, 1J

$2,000

Create a CTE book that outlines programs, placement, career opportunities,


expectations, etc. to distribute to secondary, postsecondary and industry
members. Distribute to all 15 school districts and counseling offices.

Educate and inform perspective


and current students about CTE
careers, expectations,
certifications, wages, and
placement testing requirements.

2P1, 4P1

1A

$800

Sauk will host an Office and Administrative Services Conference for students Increased awareness of CTE
and professionals in that area.
program and the recruitment of
10 students.

3P1

1F, 1H

Sauk funds

Sauk will host a mandatory orientation for new dual credit students and
parents. 100% of dual credit students will be in attendance.

Introduce parents and students


to the processes of dual credit
and the benefits.

4P1

1H

Sauk funds

Sauk will host an adjunct career fair to recruit new adjunct instructors to
teach CTE classes.

Expand our CTE offerings.

3P1

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET ELEMENT #2


Collaborations and Partnerships (revised for FY 2013)
How will the college address the following goals?
2A.
Link CTE at the secondary and postsecondary level
2B.
Engage business and labor organizations, advisory groups, teachers, counselors and other stakeholders in the development,

2C.
2D.

implementation, and evaluation of CTE programs.


Disseminate information about CTE programs to stakeholders.
Working with local Education-for-Employment regions, encourage career and technical education students at the secondary level to
enroll in rigorous and challenging courses in core academic subjects.

Perkins
Element

Perkins
(only)
Resources

2A, 2B,
2C

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

$3,000

Continue college advisory group meetings as well as Workforce Council


meetings. We seek to have one monthly meeting for each current workforce
council.

Increased employer
involvement with educators.

4P1

2A, 2B,
2D

$1,000

Sauk will host Work in the Real World with secondary partners, WIA
agencies, and local businesses. We seek to have 20 families in attendance.

Increased awareness of CTE


programs and careers
throughout the community.

4P1, 5P1, 5P2

2A, 2B,
2C

$500

Sauk will host breakfast meetings with area high school counselors, Sauk
counselors, advisors, and deans. We seek to have one representative from all
15 area high school districts in attendance.

Educate area guidance


counselor on dual credit
issues/topics, as well as discuss
STEM and CTE career options
for perspective high school
students.

1P1, 2P1, 4P1

2A, 2C

$2,400

Provide a career exploration and STEM project for incoming high school
freshman. We seek to have 125 students in attendance.

Increase awareness and educate


incoming high school students
on perspective CTE and STEM
fields.

4P1, 5P1

Sauk funds

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET ELEMENT #3


Program Quality and Continuous Improvement

PIP

How will the college address the following goals?


3A.
Continuously improve the quality of CTE programs.
3B.
Develop and implement evaluations of CTE programs.
3C.
Develop and implement evaluations of how the needs of special populations enrolled in CTE programs are being met.
3D.
Initiate, improve, expand, and modernize quality CTE programs.
3E.
Provide services and activities that are of sufficient size, scope, and quality to be effective.
3F.
Describe the process that will be used to evaluate and continuously improve the performance of the community college;
3G.
Select and engage in continuous quality improvement focused on one program of study. (See section 122(c)(1)(A))
3G1: Describe how the college will determine area(s) in need of improvement for the program of study selected
3G2: Describe the process utilized to incorporate improvements in the program of study selected.
3G3: Describe efforts to engage partners to further improve and establish a vested interest in the selected program of study.
3G4: Describe the process for using data and specific data measures to examine outcomes and identify equity gaps in the selected
program of study.
3G5: Describe the method for tracking progress over time of improvements implemented as part of the CQI plan
Perkins
Element

Perkins
(only)
Resources

3A, 3B,
3D, 3F,
3G
3C, 3E

$10,084

3E

$497

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

Sauk funds

Conduct a 5-year formal program review on CTE programs.

CTE programs will be


evaluated to make sure they are
meeting the college minimum
standards.

3P1, 4P1

$10,084
Sauk funds

Continue to partially support the Retention Specialist position to track,


Increase retention in CTE
counsel, and retain CTE students. We seek to increase CTE retention by 10% programs.
from fall-to-fall.

5P1, 5P2

Purchase supplies and materials for the Retention Specialist.

3P1

Enhancement of services to
CTE students

3A, 3E

Sauk funds

During the fall 2013 semester, Sauk is starting the First Year Experience
10% increase in retention rates
course which will replace the PSY 100 Orientation course. This class, along from fall to fall.
with a one-time orientation, will be mandatory for all degree seeking students
to take within their first semester at Sauk.

3P1

3G1, 3G2,
3G3. 3G4.
3G5

Sauk funds

The college will participate in the Pathways to Results continuous


improvement process, which will involve secondary, postsecondary, and
industry members on a formal committee. Meetings will be held monthly to
analyze data and work towards a solution to a problem statement.

3P1

One program of study will be


improved upon during FY
2014.

PIP

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET ELEMENT #4


Access and Success for Special Populations
How will the college address the following goals?
4A.
Ensure that CTE programs are accessible by members of special populations.
4B.
Provide activities to assist special populations - including single parents and displaced homemakers who are enrolled in CTE programs - to
prepare for high-skill, high-wage or high-demand occupations that will lead to self-sufficiency.
4C.
Help members of special populations overcome barriers that may limit their opportunities for success.
4D.
Assist and enable special populations to meet the State adjusted levels of performance.
4E.
Describe how individuals who are members of special populations will not be discriminated against on the basis of their status as members
of the special populations

Perkins
Element

Perkins
(only)
Resources

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

4A, 4C,
4D, 4E

$49,143

Sauk funds

Continue to partially support the Student Needs office.

Increased participation and


completion of special needs
students.

3P1, 5P1, 5P2

4B

Sauk funds

Continue the Student Parent Association and the Single Parent Award
committees.

Increased participation and


completion of special
population and nontraditional
students.

3P1, 5P1, 5P2

4B

Sauk funds

Continue the Cross-Cultural program at Sauk for Hispanic and ESL students
which offers translation services for the college and its partners.

Increased participation and


completion of special
population students.

3P1

Sauk funds

Continue to provide tutors, note takers, and paraprofessionals to students with Increased participation and
special needs.
completion of special needs
students.

4C

$8,228

PIP

3P1, 5P1, 5P2

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET ELEMENT #5


Nontraditional Training and Employment
How will the college address the following goals?
5A.
Support training activities (such as mentoring and outreach) in non-traditional fields? (Non-traditional fields refer to occupations for
which individuals from one gender comprise less than 25% of the individuals employed in each such occupation.)
5B.
Provide training activities to assist non-traditional students to prepare for high-skill, high-wage or high-demand occupations that will lead
to self-sufficiency.
5C.
Help non-traditional students overcome barriers that may limit their opportunities for success.
5D.
Assist and enable non-traditional students to meet the State adjusted levels of performance.
Perkins
Element

Perkins
(only)
Resources

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

5A, 5C,
5D

$24,491

Sauk funds

Continue to partially support the Learning Assistance Center (LAC) and


increase services to CTE students to 40%.

7 % increase in participation
and completion of
nontraditional students.

3P1, 5P1, 5P2

Trio funds

Continue the Student Support Services program.

Increased participation and


completion of nontraditional
students.

3P1, 5P1, 5P2

5A, 5B,
5C, 5D

PIP

5C, 5D

Sauk funds

Continue the Criminal Justice Club.

Increased participation and


completion of nontraditional
students.

5P1, 5P2

5A, 5C,
5D

$1,000

Sauk will host a Women in Public Safety Day which will include community
members from the criminal justice and fire science fields. We are seeking to
have 30 females in attendance for the program.

Increased participation of
nontraditional students.

5P1

5A, 5B,
5C, 5D

$500

Sauk will host a nontraditional occupations showcase.

Increased participation of
nontraditional students.

5P1

5A, 5D

$2,000

Advertise in area newspapers and other media regarding NTO opportunities


and increase participation in nontraditional events by 5%.

Seek an increase in
participation of nontraditional
students.

5P1

FORM 2: POSTSECONDARY PERKINS PROGRAM ELEMENT WORKSHEET ELEMENT #6


Faculty and Staff Professional Development
How will the college address the following goals?
6A.
Offer comprehensive professional development opportunities for faculty, guidance and administrative personnel who are involved in
integrated CTE Programs.
6B.
Prepare professional development opportunities for faculty, guidance and administrative personnel on topics including:
6B1. effective integration of academics and CTE;
6B2. effective teaching skills based on research;
6B3. effective practices to engage stakeholders;
6B4. effective use of scientifically based research and data to improve instruction.
6C.
Prepare professional development opportunities that will, as a whole, assist faculty, guidance and administrative personnel to stay current
with all aspects of an industry and involve internship programs that provide relevant business experience.
6D.
Prepare professional development opportunities that will train faculty on the effective use and application of technology.
Perkins
Element
6B2, 6B4

Perkins
(only)
Resources

NonPerkins
Resources

Activity

Expected Outcomes

Performance
Measure(s)

Sauk funds

Continue the Developmental Education committee.

Increased success rates of


3P1, 4P1
remedial students allowing for a
smoother transition into
college-level courses.

PIP

6B1, 6B3

6C

Sauk funds

$10,000

6D

6A, 6B,
6C

Sauk funds

$4,000

Sauk will continue to have monthly meetings that will include both CTE and
academic faculty. We seek to increase academic instructor attendance by
25%.

Career paths will be updated


with improved curriculum and
better scheduling of classes.

3P1, 4P1

Provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and guidance personnel to upgrade


their teaching skills and/or knowledge through public workshops offered at
the college, outside workshops, seminars, and conferences.

Improved integration of
academics and CTE programs.

1P1, 2P1

Continue to offer in-house technology training for faculty and staff through
Increased and more effective
the colleges Instructional Technology department and increase attendance by use of technology in the
25%.
classroom.

1P1

Provide opportunities for administrators to upgrade their knowledge through


workshops, seminars, and conferences.

Enhancement and development


of CTE programs.

1P1

6B4

Sauk funds

Continue Assessment Committee meetings.

Improved instruction for CTE


programs.

1P1

6B2, 6B4

Sauk funds

Implement a new developmental math sequence plan.

Increase math competencies


and success rates of remedial
students transitioning into
college-level courses.

3P1, 4P1

6B2, 6B4

Sauk funds

Create a math lab for independent-based developmental math students.

Increase math competencies


and success rates of remedial
students transitioning into
college-level courses.

3P1, 4P1