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U.S. Department of Labor

Bioscience Grant

Workforce Development

Partnership


March 4, 2012


Agenda


Program Overview


Program Targets / Qualifications


SW Ohio Training Partnership


Industries Served / Industry Subsector Breakdown


Curriculum Overview


Scope of Participating Students


Ohio Bioscience Job Classifications / Wages


Admission Pathway / Contact Information

Program Overview



Bioscience Industry Workforce Preparedness



U.S. Department of Labor (3 yr / $5mm grant)



Lead Organization


BioOhio



Consortium of Six Ohio Community Colleges



Partnership with leading medical device and

pharmaceutical manufacturing companies



Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)



Local AFL
-
CIO

Program Targets / Qualifications


Dislocated Workers / Unemployed


Auto Restructuring
-
Impacted Workers


Under
-
employed Workers


Incumbent or Current Employees


-

Education & Industry



it’s all about


PARTNERSHIP

Program Partner’s


BioOhio


Six Community College Partners


Council for Adult & Experiential Learning (CAEL)


AFL
-
CIO / UAW


Ohio’s One Stop Centers


Ohio Department of Development


Regional Industry Advisory Boards


Guide the development and approval of curriculum


Some board members serve as instructors


Ohio College Partnership


Consortium Colleges



Cincinnati State Technical and Community College


Sinclair Community College


Owens Community College


Columbus State Community College


Cuyahoga Community College


Lakeland Community College



Industry Partners

Industry Growth


Year
-

1991

2001

2009/11

Number of Ohio
bioscience
companies

170

352

1,345 (2011)

University R&D
expenditures

$285
mm

$481
mm

$1.1 billion
(2010)

New Company
starts

≈12

12

80 per year
(2010)

Agricultural

Feedstock &
Chemicals

Drugs &

Pharmaceuticals

Medical Devices
& Equipment

Hospitals

Research, Testing, &

Medical Laboratories

Make Products

Provide Services

Bioscience Subsectors

Bioscience Employment in Ohio

Ohio Bioscience Categories

Manufacturing
(a talent shortage problem)



Bio
-
manufacturing showing continued growth


Companies moving to and expanding in Ohio


Many have problems in recruiting a skilled
workforce at all levels


College partnership delivers the training
required for entry level manufacturing jobs


Curriculum Overview


Educational Offerings


Certificate Program
(7 week)


Biotechnology Associate Degree


Methodology


Employer guided skill requirements
(based on regional need)


Employer guided intake process


Experiential Learning


Classroom / Web


Career Coaching and Development Sessions


Program designed for sustainability

Participant Benefits


Sinclair CC total grant participation
-

$844k



Tuition




$470k



Equipment




$179k



Operating



$195k


Anticipated number of SCC students receiving 100% paid
tuition and fees


137 Total

Associate Degree



10

Certification



127


Coverage of program cost includes



Tuition, Books & Fees

Participant Benefits


Cincinnati State total grant participation
-

$826k


Tuition



$516k


Operating




$310k



Anticipated number of CSTCC students receiving 100%
paid tuition and fees
-

139 Total


Associate Degree



8


Certification



131


Full coverage of program cost including


Tuition, Books, Fees and Parking



Available Job Opportunities

800
900
1,000
1,100
1,200
1,300
1,400
1,500
1,600
1,700
Nov
'09
Dec
'09
Jan
'10
Feb
'10
Mar
'10
Apr
'10
May
'10
June
'10
July
'10
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'10
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'10
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'10
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'10
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'10
Jan
'11
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'11
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'11
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'11
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'11
June
'11
July
'11
Aug
'11
Sep
'11
Oct
'11
Nov
'11
Dec
'11
Jan
'12
Feb
'12
Ohio
Bioscience Job Openings


Job Openings

Bioscience Wage Trends


Careers in high
-
paying, quality jobs across a range of
occupations



Employees earn $26,772 more than the average U.S.
private sector wage
(all five subsectors above national average)



Since 2001, earnings are up 6.4% for bioscience
workers, only 1.4% increase for other industries


Bioscience Wages are Tops!

U.S. Average Annual Wages



Drugs & Pharmaceuticals





$79,303

Finance & Insurance





$69,889

Research, Testing, & Medical Labs




$65,414

Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services



$62,411

Information






$60,530

Medical Devices & Equipment




$56,449

Manufacturing






$47,705

Construction






$40,297

Transportation & Warehousing




$38,758

Real Estate






$37,167

Healthcare Services





$36,606

Retail







$24,337


Information on careers and jobs in the “Biomedical” space



Accessible Career Information
is Key!

www.bioohioworkforce.org

Admission Pathway

1. Contact a
College Partner
Near You

2. Attend an
Information
Session

3. Application,
WorkKeys
, Drug
Screening and
Background Checks

4. Skill Training
Program with
Career Coaching

5. Start your Job
Search with
support from the
Grant Partners

Compendium


U.S. Department of Labor Funded


Educational Partnership


Industrial Partnership


Curriculum alignment to industry needs


Expanding Bioscience Industry


Re
-
focused & Re
-
skilled Employees


All resources working collaboratively


Positive impact for all (Employer / Employee)


CSTCC & SCC as conductors to change lives





The basis of our partnership strategy & approach:



We build the social technology.

They provide the music.

Mark
Zuckerberg



Contact

Brenda
Latanza

Project Manager,

Workforce Development

Sinclair Community College

5386
Courseview

Drive

Mason, Ohio


45040
-
2362

(937) 512
-
5505

brenda.latanza@sinclair.edu

www.workforce.sinclair.edu

Let us help you launch a new start toward an exciting and rewarding career!

Jim
Kleemeier,
PMP

Project
Manager,

Workforce
Development Center

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

10100 Reading Road

Evendale, OH


45241
-
3110

(513) 569
-
4955

James.kleemeier@cincinnatistate.edu

www.workforcecincinnati.com





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