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Bio
Network:


Preparing North Carolina’s


World
-
Class Biotechnology Workforce




Australia 2008




H. Martin Lancaster, President



North Carolina Community College System



www.nccommunitycolleges.edu



www. ncbionetwork.org

www. ncbionetwork.org

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


What Is
Bio
technology?


“A collection of technologies that
use living cells and/or biological
molecules to solve problems and
make useful products.”


Glossary, North Carolina Biotechnology Center


www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Why Care About
Bio
technology
?


It’s huge. It pays well. It’s growing fast.



By 2010, health expenditures should account for 16% of
GDP ($8,700/ person)



Pharmaceutical industry is the most profitable industry

in the US



Net profit margins are 18% compared to median of 5%

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce



North Carolina is home to South’s largest
bio
technology
community, country’s third
-
highest concentration



#1 in contract research organizations



#2 in ag
-
bio

research & development



#3 in
bio
process manufacturing



#4 in pharmaceutical companies


7 of top 10 pharmaceutical companies have NC facilities



More than 32,000 employees in 228 companies
producing $7 billion a year in revenues


125,000 jobs projected in North Carolina by 2025

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce



Wyeth:

World’s largest manufacturer of
infant and children vaccines (Sanford, NC)




Baxter:

World’s Largest manufacturer of
intravenous solutions (Marion, NC)



Novozymes
:

World’s largest industrial
enzymes manufacturer (Franklinton, NC)

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


NC
Bio
pharmaceutical Industry

Taxation Statistics

(Milken Institute, October, 2004)


Personal income tax revenues
$1.3 billion





(state, federal)



Industry contribution



Total sales tax revenue of $17.7

million

from product
sales and related consumer purchases


Corporate income taxes of $140.8 million

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Challenge: Meeting the Workforce Needs

of the
Bio
manufacturing Industry in NC



“Access to a skilled and well
-
trained
workforce is the number one factor that
companies use in location selection.”



Study by Deloitte & Touche Fantus,

published in the Wall Street Journal

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Determining the Need


Collaborative

study funded by

GoldenLEAF

Foundation


Study included
industry and universities


Independent

firm conducted the study,
producing
independent

research and
recommendations


www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


BS
24%
BS Eng.
3%
MS
3%
PhD
3%
Certificate
10%
AAS
7%
Post High
School
50%
The
Bio
manufacturing Workforce

67%

of
bio
manufacturing
and pharmaceutical
employees employees
have
less than
baccalaureate

degree


Appropriately trained

at
community colleges

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Long
-
standing Community College Support for

Bio
technology and Pharmaceuticals


State
-
supported customized training for New &
expanding industry (NEIT)


New business


Expanding business


Continuing incumbent worker training

and education


Bio
Work training, curriculum programs for new
workers

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Filling the Pipeline of New Trained Workers

Community colleges need to :


Train new workers:

2000 workers needed

per year for the next 3 years


Upgrade skills of incumbent workers


Retrain dislocated workers

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


The CC response: Bio
Network


Cost
-
efficient, effective way for community
colleges to
serve biotechnology cluster,

bio
manufacturing companies and North
Carolinians by
sharing
information, innovations
and resources


Initial funding largely from
GoldenLEAF


Now state
-
funded through recurring
appropriation

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Bio
Network:
Components


Bio
Network

Central Office


Bio
Processing

Center


Bio
Pharmaceutical

Center


Bio
Ag

Center


Bio
Ed

Center


Bio
Business

Center


Capstone Center


www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Capstone Center


“Hands
-
on” training for students
from across NC Community
College System


Managed by consortium headed
by Wake Technical Community
College


Housed at NC State’s GoldenLEAF
BioManufacturing Training and
Education Center (BTEC)


Clean Room/Aseptic Suite


Classrooms, Labs,
Videoclassroom


Distance Learning Facilities




www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce






Bio
Network Mobile Laboratory


2006: 25 workers trained


2007: 240+ workers trained

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Bio
Network: Other Components

Validation Academy



Trained validation
workers


Increased company
profitability


Access to rural areas

Innovation Funds



Updating or developing curricula


Faculty development


Access to historically under
-
served

Equipment and Facility
Enhancement Funds



Purchase of new or used laboratory
equipment


Retrofitting existing community
college space for new Equipment

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Alamance

Alexander

Alleghany

Anson

Ashe

Avery

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick

Buncombe

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Chowan

Cleveland

Columbus

Craven

Cumberland

Currituck

Dare

Davidson

Davie

Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson

Hertford

Hoke

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lee

Lenoir

Lincoln

McDowell

Macon

Madison

Martin

Mecklenburg

Mitchell

Montgomery

Moore

Nash

New

Hanover

Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank

Pender

Perquimans

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania

Tyrrell

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington

Watauga

Wayne

Wilkes

Wilson

Yadkin

Yancey

Clay

Cherokee

Union

NC
Bio
Network in first four years


Funded, served or part of consortium:


53 of 58 community colleges



93 of 100 counties

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce



Five
-
fold

increase
in enrollment in
process technician (
Bio
Work

and Capstone) classes


Doubled

enrollment in
bio
technology
-
related curriculum programs

Since
Bio
Network’s Beginning…

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


College
-
to
-
College Sharing


Professional
Development


Annual
Bio
Forum


Secure web site

www.nc
bio
network.org

200,000
+ hits/month


Meetings


Newsletters


Distance learning

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce



Partnership with historically black (now integrated) liberal arts
university for research and training for undergraduates and
graduate students in areas critical to biotechnology and
biomanufacturing.



“Two
-
plus
-
two” bachelor degree programs important for
community college students pursuing
transfer to four
-
year and
advanced degrees

needed for biotech research.

BRITE:

Bio
manufacturing Research Institute and
Technology Enterprise Center for Excellence

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce



Private, non
-
profit corporation established in 1981
by the General Assembly to
provide long
-
term
economic benefit

to North Carolina through


General support of biotechnology research, development and
commercialization statewide.


Advocacy in state legislature


Initial curriculum development


Grants for research and start
-
up


Ongoing overall coordination of state biotech efforts

Unique Statewide Resource

www. ncbionetwork.org

North Carolina Community College System


H. Martin Lancaster, President www.nccommunitycolleges.edu

Fifty
-
eight Institutions Educating and Training a World
-
Class Workforce


Most Important:


Industry Growth


Since June 2004, 13 major

expansions/recruitments in related industries,

$483 million worth, including 200 jobs announced

just last week in Durham


Companies include Novo Nordisk, GSK,

Bayer Crop Science, Stiefel Labs, Synthon Pharma


Start
-
ups flourishing at AB
-
Tech, elsewhere



Bio
Network:


Preparing North Carolina’s


World
-
Class Biotechnology Workforce




Australia 2008




H. Martin Lancaster, President



North Carolina Community College System



www.nccommunitycolleges.edu



www. ncbionetwork.org

www. ncbionetwork.org