SF Bay Teacher Preparation

Growing ECE/EDU Workforce Pathways, Pipelines and  Apprenticeships RJV

ECE/EDU Community of Practice Meetings

Stay tuned for the 2024 meeting schedule!  


Regional and Statewide UPDATES

The application period for the most recent round of  California Apprenticeship Initiative (CAI) grants has concluded. Award announcements are planned for Spring 2024. Applications were due on January 15, 2024. In excess of 30 million was available and apprenticeship funding for the upcoming year was also approved in the 24'-25' CA budget. As described by the CCCCO, the priorities for funding included current planning grant recipients, programs that provide dual enrollment opportunities, and credit pathways that lead to certificates and degrees. For further information, contact: Apprenticeship Program Specialist, Workforce and Economic Development, Sean McCobb, 916.322.9048; smccobb@cccco.edu

Teach for the Bay #4 - It's a Wrap!

Teach for the Bay #4 is officially in the rearview mirror. Thank you to all of the presenters, and colleges that offered virtual workshops, and to the over 1,093 students that attended a presentation during the October 26-28th, 2023 period. Ten 4-year colleges and credential programs, and eleven SF Bay region community colleges participated! Visit www.teachforthebay.com to view recordings and materials as they become available for the 40+ workshops! Thank you especially to the team "Teach for the Bay", including Tracy Burt, Jerica Coffey, Anne Chan, Lea Martinez and Andrea Medina. 

The Bay Area K-16 Collaborative Grant 

Congratulations to the Chabot- Las Positas CCD for securing a $1.8 million grant to address K-16 higher education pathways. The Bay Area K-16 Collaborative includes EDUCATION as one of four priority sectors and partners with area community colleges, high schools, LEA's and SJSU, SFSU, CSUEB, UCSF and UCB.  Key sub-regions include the South Bay, the East Bay and the SF/SM PeninsulaVisit the website, read the grant summary and Press Release and connect with your local representatives to become involved, become a partner, and work to improve K-16 pathways in Education! 

2023 CAI Grant Awards Announced:

Congratulations to colleagues who were awarded grants for their  ECE/EDU Teacher Preparation Programs under the California Apprenticeship Initiative New and Innovative Grant Program (CAI Program) funding by the Office Workforce and Economic Development Division, CCCCO. This sector and the region in general were WELL represented! Link to the WEDD Memo with all CAI awardees. 

Of the 108 total applications statewide, 20 ECE/EDU program proposals were funded, which means that almost 20% of the funded categories statewide were in the ECE/EDU sector. 34 applications in total were from the SF Bay region. Please also note that a number of COE and high school programs were also included in the state. Local awardees:

Pre-Apprentice Implementation:

Oakland Unified for Childcare Worker 

Apprenticeship Implementation:

Berkeley City College for Teacher Assistant 

Contra Costa Co. Office of Education for Teacher Assistant, Preschool 

De Anza College for Teacher Assistant 

Merritt College for Teacher Assistant 

San Jose City College for Teacher (includes Cabrillo and Hartnell) 


Salinas Union High for Early Childhood Education Assistant 

Santa Clara Co. Office of Education for Childcare Worker 

Santa Clara Co. Office of Education for Special Education Teachers, Kindergarten and Elementary School 

For further information contact: Apprenticeship Program Specialist, Workforce and Economic Development, Sean McCobb, 916.322.9048; smccobb@cccco.edu

For information contact: Apprenticeship Program Specialist, Workforce and Economic Development, Sean McCobb, 916.322.9048; smccobb@cccco.edu 


Need Marketing Inspiration?

Watch the new CCSF Apprenticeship Recruitment Video developed by Tracy Burt. The ECE & Special Education Apprenticeship Video is an invitation for students to " Come join our dynamic team of educators. Our mission is to recruit, inspire, train and retain talented, diverse educators committed to creating a more just and equitable world, and serving *all* our students".


AIF Fund Awardees Recently Announced

AIF fund awardees for the first RFP were recently announced! Congratulations to ECEPTS for the local awardee in the SF Bay region in the sector. Hopefully, with the next round, additional ECE/EDU apprenticeship programs will apply! The Apprenticeship Innovation Funding (AIF) is a new funding source in the state of California as of 2022 for new and innovative apprenticeship programs, defined as apprenticeships associated with the Interagency Advisory Committee on Apprenticeships (IACA). The AIF aims to support IACA apprenticeship program sponsors to sustain and scale their programs and train apprentices. The State has allocated $175 million over three years to support ongoing costs of these programs and classroom trainings, with $55 million specifically allocated to FY 2022-2023. The intent of the funding is to support both new and existing IACA apprenticeship programs to grow and scale to meet the needs of more employers and create more earn and learn pathways for job seekers. 



The latest Teacher Occupations Full Report produced in August 2022, is available at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UrMSKH57EJudSjw2PgwWRBNSdGsU04dw/view 

ECE/EDU Sector Data in the SF Bay Region by county, as well as a profile of the Out-of-School Time sub-sector is available. 

The latest Teacher Occupations Brief produced in June 2022, is available at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xABLWsVZXevLC4faGJPvRxc4Ou0EhbHw/view

The new Teacher Occupations Dashboard developed by Chris Lee and John Carrese at the COE includes county by county data on the sector. It can be found at: Teacher Occupations Dashboard: 


Data for your grants, projects and sector use is available! Produced by the Centers of Excellence with assistance from, RJV Coordinator, Kathleen White



Save the Date! The ECEPTS 2024 Conference is scheduled for May 6-9, 2024 in Sacramento.










Please contact Kathleen White  at kwhite@ccsf.edu and John Dunn at john@baccc.net to schedule sub-regional or local team meetings to discuss ECE/EDU pathways, pipelines, dual-enrollment, and apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship options. 


Grantees for the second round of the 2022  California Apprenticeship Initiative (CAI) grant were announced in June 2022. Congratulations to the following ECE/EDU Grantees: Mission College, Santa Rosa JC and Chabot College join Skyline College and Hartnell College as recent CAI grantees from the BACCC region. An additional college planning to create ECE/EDU Programs is De Anza CC. Operating programs include those at Berkeley City College, City College of San Francisco and Foothill CC. Congratulations! 

>If you are interested in applying for an ECE/EDU Sector CAI grant, please complete this quick CAI apprenticeship grant survey: https://forms.gle/iL2LWbNN4NvoTuJQ9


The Biden/Harris Administration announced plans to support teacher recruitment and fund programs to address staffing needs in the sector. Press announcement at: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/USED/bulletins/32a64b5


Growing ECE/EDU Workforce Pathways, Pipelines and Apprenticeships - #RJV7!

Thank you for supporting the ECE/EDU Sector Regional Joint Venture for 2022-2024. RJV7 titled, Expanding ECE/EDU Pathways, Pipelines and Apprenticeships, was approved for funding by our region! Proposed activities posted at: https://baccc.knack.com/swp-tracking#rjv-r7-vote/


Download the newly released Five Point Action Plan from the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency (LWDA) and view briefings on budget components related to workforce development and Apprenticeship Innovation Funding are posted on the LWDA Youtube site. Join Secretary Palugyai on an overview of opportunities and workforce projects at: LWDA Link


August 28, 2023; What Teacher Preparation Enrollment Looks Like in Charts; Wills, Madeline; EdWeek

December 4, 2023; Want to Solve the Teacher Shortage? Start by Increasing Salaries; Thurmond, Tony


Past Meetings

Held on September 13, 2023, from 2-3PM our first ECE/EDU RJV Apprenticeship Community of Practice of the new school year featured updates from panelists from Grow Apprenticeship California at the California Community College Foundation, and Sean McCobb, CCCCO Apprenticeships, with an updates on CAI grants, RSI reporting and funding and new resources. Thank you to the 37 attendees from the SF Bay region! 




Thank you to the 32 participants that attended the DAS presentation with Kao Saetern and Doug Kawa from the Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards. Thank you both for presenting at the May 24th RJV Meeting! 

The presentation included updates from DAS as well as support functions available from DAS when considering launching an apprenticeship and a Q&A session. Info and recap below! 




Thank you to the 35 participants that attended the ECEPTS Conference workshop presented by, John Dunn and Kathleen White entitled, "How Apprenticeship can Solve the Teacher Shortage" at the 2nd Annual ECEPTS Conference on ECE Apprenticeships - MAY 1 - 4, 2023. Please review below!




Thank you to the 23 participants that attended the technical assistance workshop on February 22, 2023 featuring Pam Knapp, San Joaquin County Office of Education. She provided an overview of how SJCCOE operates an apprenticeship program for teacher aides in the school district and includes 16-18 year olds as full apprentices. 

Powerpoint - Announcements

Powerpoint - SJCCOE



Thank you to the 26 participants that attended the technical assistance workshop held on October 12th, 2022 with Phuong Tran, Apprenticeship Director, Foothill College. She provided an overview of how Foothill schedules apprenticeship classes, creates cohort codes, registers apprentices and reports attendance for RSI and apportionment.



Supplemental Resource - Student Attendance and Accounting Manual


Thank you to the 36 participants from the SF Bay Region who attended the technical assistance workshop held on September 14, 2022 at 3PM with Adele Burnes, Deputy Director, DAS and Douglas Kawa, DAS. 

Adele covered funding in the 22-23 budget for apprenticeships, growth areas at DAS and introduced Douglas Kawa as an ECE/EDU area specialist. He can be reached at DAS at: dkawa@dir.ca.gov

Introductory Powerpoint

DAS Powerpoint



Teach for the Bay #3, hosted on September 29th and 30th, was attended by 1009 participants!  

Workshop recordings are posted at: www.teachforthebay.com  in an updated flip book.

Thank you SF Bay Region for offering workshops and a warm thank you to team Teach for the Bay which included, Conference Coordinator, Tracy Burt, CCSF and Jerica Coffey, CCSF Faculty lead, Lea Martinez, Rio Hondo,  Andrea Medina, DVC, and Anne Chan, CCSF. 

Keynotes, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Ph.D. and plenary presenter, Farima Pour-Khorshid shared riveting presentations attended by over 250 participants. 

The purpose of Teach for the Bay is to encourage those in our region to consider careers in teaching (at all levels) and to promote our regional higher education partners! 


Our ECE/EDU Workforce Development Symposium was a success! Thank you to the 229 CA educators who registered for the symposium, held on Friday, May 13th, 2022, from 11AM -3PM! We had participants joining throughout the day including faculty, staff, and administrators from California Community Colleges from throughout the state, as well as our higher education transfer partners, K-12 school districts and employers. 

Opening statements from Marty Alvarado, CCCCO Vice Chancellor, and Mary Sandy, Executive Director of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing set the tone for the day, 

A warm thank you to Steve Bautista, Santa Ana College and ACCCTEP President and  Lea Martinez, Rio Hondo College and Renee Marshall, TPP and ED. Consultant and,  Tracy Burt, CDEV CCSF, for the support and leadership during this event. A special thank you to Teach for LA. Teach for the Bay and the BACCC ECE/EDU Apprenticeship RJV for supporting this work! 

Missed the symposium? Want to revisit the information? 

PowerPoint - Recording - Jamboard Notes - Input from Participants


Thank you to the 18 RJV participants that joined us at our two "Open Office Hours" for ECE/EDU California Apprenticeship Initiative (CAI) Grant Applicants on March 1 and 9th, 2022! 


Thank you to the 27 participants that joined us at the first ECE/EDU Apprenticeship RJV meeting on Feb. 1, 2022, featuring John Dunn, Director of Apprenticeship at BACCC to hear about his plans to support our sector work, including pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships, grant opportunities and working with the CCCCO, CDE and workforce development boards.

Powerpoint - Recording


Thank you to the 26 participants that joined us at the, "Understanding Workforce Development Boards - 101" presentation on December 1, 2021 from 1:00 - 2:00PM, with Charles Henkels, LAUNCH Network, Riverside County;

Bob Lanter, CA Workforce Association; MaryAnn Pranke, Verdugo Workforce Development Board. The role of WDB's, funding available through WDB's, links to apprenticeship and challenges in building collaboration between ECE/EDU and Workforce Development Boards were covered.  

Powerpoint - Recording     


Randi Wolfe, ECEPTS; Tina Watts, Skyline; Tracy Burt, CCSF; Joya Chavarin, Berkeley CC shared apprenticeship launch, standards, CAI grants and management tips with 18 participants at an open "Coffee Chat" on Monday, November 1, 2021-2:00PM - 3:30PM.

Powerpoint  - Recording


Thank you to the 31 participants that attended the Regional Employer Panel - Hearing Employer Needs in ECE/EDU as a Basis for HRTP/Apprenticeship Formation with Kai Ming Headstart, Kidango, Bright Horizons, Mountain View Wiseman SD, Girls, Inc, YMCA East Bay - and High Road Alliance on October 13, 2021 from 2:00-3:30PM.

Powerpoint - Recording


Thank you to the 1187 students that attended a Teach for the Bay workshop at the second annual conference!  Thank you also to all of our college and community partners for presenting over 30 workshops on October 6-8, 2021! 

Workshop recordings are posted at www.teachforthebay.com 


Thank you to the 58 participants that attended the October 7, 2021 workshop on the YMCA East Bay Apprenticeship Program - a Grow your Own Model with Pamm Shaw, Director and Apprentices: Tayilar Henderson, Andrea Cruz, Erica Davis, Yvette Perez



Thank you to the 53 participants that attended the October 6, 2021 workshop on Becoming an Apprentice in Early Childhood Education with Skyline College, City College of San Francisco and Berkeley Community College



The Bay Area Youth Apprenticeship and Pre-Apprenticeship Community of Practice and the ECE/EDU RJV Community of Practice joined forces with our Dual-enrollment, K-14 Directors  discussed Dual Enrollment in ECE/EDU Apprenticeship with 31 participants on Tuesday, September 28, from 2:00-3:00PM.



An overview of, "What are High Road Training Partnerships and Why are they Important in Apprenticeship"? - with the High Road Alliance - Thank you to the 34 attendees on September 23, 2021 from 1:00 - 2:00PM

Powerpoint - Recording


Grant Writers Roundtable for the Bay Area College Apprenticeship Connection; September 8, 2021, from 10:00 -11:00AM to prepare for the CAI Grant; ECE/EDU co-sponsored. 

Powerpoint - Recording


 "Paving the Way- Developing Pathways for Expanded Learning Educators into Teaching"; Monday, August 23, 2021, from 10:00 - 12:30 PM. The SF BAY Region ECE/EDU Programs held a meeting with the California After-school Network (CAN) at 12:30-1:30PM to discuss developing pathways for extended learning and after-school educators into teaching. 

Powerpoint - Recording


Virtual Practitioner FREE Statewide TPP Conference “ Bringing Systems Together”  - August 18th and August 20th, 2021- For Faculty, Administrators, K-12 and Partners of California Community College TPP Programs. We hosted two workshops for the ECE/EDU Apprenticeship RJV: 

Workshop #1 - Growing Apprenticeships in the San Francisco Bay Area - Wednesday, August 18, 2021- 12:30-2:00PM - Powerpoint  - Recording

Workshop #2 - Accessing and Utilizing Data to Prioritize the ECE/EDU Sector with the Centers of Excellence - Wednesday, August 18, 2021-2:15-3:30 PM 

Powerpoint - Recording 


Tuesday, June 22, 2021 - 2:30 - 4PM 

Powerpoint - Recording

New to Apprenticeship? Apprenticeship Overview - Summary and Nuts and Bolts, Adele Burnes, Regional Apprenticeship Director, BACCC; Community College, Employer and College Responsibilities, Monique Pascual, Apprenticeship and Instructional Services, CCSF; RJV News, Kathleen White


Tuesday, June 8, 2021 - 2:30 -4PM 

Powerpoint - Recording

Launch and RJV Introduction - Why now? How apprenticeship can help address workforce shortages in ECE/EDU/EXL/TK - An ECE/EDU Apprenticeship overview - the role of the intermediary in ECE/EDU - Randi Wolfe, ECEPTS and Kathleen White      


Apprenticeship, Pathways and Programs Regional Updates - 2022-2023


Teach for the Bay 2023 is a wrap! Stay tuned for Teach for the Bay 2024 Announcements! 

Project Contacts

Growing ECE/EDU Workforce Pathways, Pipelines and  Apprenticeships to Solve the ECE/EDU Teacher Crisis - BACCC RJV 

Hosted at: 

City College of San Francisco, 50 Frida Kahlo Way - MUB 247 

San Francisco, CA 94112 


Kathleen White, RJV Lead - kwhite@ccsf.edu  

Tracy Burt, ECE/EDU Apprenticeship Program -  tburt@ccsf.edu  


John Dunn, Regional Apprenticeship Director, BACCC - john@baccc.net 

JOIN the BACCC - Bay Area College Apprenticeship Connection - Monthly Meetings for BACCC SF Bay Region Community Colleges Interested in All Sector Apprenticeships and Pre-Apprenticeships - Contact Apprenticeships Regional Director, John Dunn at john@baccc.net   or visit website to join the Bay Area College Apprenticeship Connection and sign up for meetings, emails and information.

Stay Tuned          

*All workshops, meeting information and updates will be recorded and posted for college use at: https://sites.google.com/baccc.net/baccctpp-rjv/home and the BACCC Calendar at: https://sites.google.com/a/baccc.net/baccc/Home 

*Student information, resources on Teacher Preparation, ECE/EDU and new apprenticeships will be posted at:  www.teachforthebay.com Please review your contact information to assure accuracy! 

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Apprenticeship and ECE/EDU Resources

National Apprenticeship Week, 2023 Resources 

National Apprenticeship Week was from Nov. 13-19, 2023. Many national, state and local workshops were available to highlight the importance of apprenticeship in addressing workforce and labor needs. The SF Bay Region focused on specific sectors and industry groups throughout the week and our SF Bay region programs were noted at our regional meeting on 11/13/23. 

National, state and local recordings, resources and a recap of available resources and funding opportunities can be found at: 


RJV#5 - Growing Apprenticeships to Solve the ECE/EDU Teacher Crisis - Read the RJV Proposal! SF Bay Region Student Facing Website - Teach for the Bay 

BACCC RJV Practitioner Website - Bay Teacher Prep Website - RJV Meeting information, resources and details found here and at BACCC Calendar Site 

California Community Colleges Teacher Preparation Programs 

Link to TABLEAU Data Sets for California Community College Student and Program Metrics

EdTrust West - Educational Equity

Golden State Teacher Grant Program

California Afterschool Network - Paving the Way - Apprenticeship to Teacher

Teach - Resources, Grants for Teachers Information

California Community Colleges California Apprenticeship Initiative - HUB California Department of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards 

Early Care and Education Pathways to Success ( ECEPTS) Apprenticeship 

CCCCO Strong Workforce Program 

California Workforce Development Board - High Road Training Partnerships California Community College Early Childhood Educators - CCCECE 

Association of California Community College Teacher Education Programs - ACCCTEP JFF Workforce Advancement - Center for Apprenticeship and Work-based Learning Youth Apprenticeship Intermediary Project - Urban Institute 

Getting to the Finish Line - Women’s Policy Inst. - Impacts of Supportive Services


January 2022 Edition - ECE/EDU Apprenticeship Newsletter 

Please Read! 

September 2021 Edition -ECE/EDU RJV Apprenticeship Newsletter

Please READ! 

BACK to School Edition - August 2021 - ECE/EDU RJV Apprenticeship Newsletter

Please READ! 

SUMMER 2021 - July -  ECE/EDU RJV Apprenticeship Newsletter Edition - Announcements, Resources and News - Please READ! 

May 2021 ECE/EDU RJV Apprenticeship Newsletter Edition - Announcements, Resources and News - Please READ! 


Current News and Links 

US teachers grapple with a growing housing crisis: ‘We can’t afford rent’

California Sunk Millions into Teacher Residency Programs but Many Cannot Afford to Enroll

July 27, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Apprenticeship Standards Update

July 15, 2021 - KQED Special on Child Care - Could the Military Child Care System be the Model for the Nation? 

July 2021 - Funds available now! - 3 Billion in Federal Investment in America’s Communities Funds

July 2021 - States Expand Apprenticeship Programs as Worker Shortages Grow

July 2021 - Overview of Apprenticeship Bills and Legislation

July 2021 - United Way of the Bay Area - The Real Cost to Live in the Bay Area

July 12, 2021 - California State Full Budget Summary - 2021-2022

June 2021 - Post - Covid State Budget with Record Spending on Education 

April 2021 Workforce Related CA Legislation (from Adele Burnes, BACCC Apprenticeship Workforce Director and Yvonne De La Pena) 

CCCCO Workforce and Economic Development (WEDD) Monthly Webinars 

Missing Kindergarteners Drive Largest Drop in 20 Years in California K-12 Enrollment; EdSource; April 22, 2021

Learning Policy Institute - Articles, Resources and Research 

EDU Canvas Commons Instructional Resources 

Adult Learners Seem Poised to Return to College; American Association of Community Colleges; May 14, 2021 

Early Care and Education, A Key Lever in Workforce Development; California Fact Sheet; ECEPTS 2021 ( www.ecepts.org) 

February 21, 2021; What is Next for Child Care? Covid Crisis; Hunt Institute

June 23, 2021; The Future of Work in California

March 10, 2021; Child Care Relief Funding in the American Rescue Plan

CCCCO Academic Senate Spring 2021 Plenary Resolutions - +*21.02 S21 Prioritizing System

Support for the ECE/EDU Education and Human Development Sector

Teacher Preparation Pipeline RJV - 2016-2020 - Notes, Resources and Information  

Thank You SF Bay Region!!! 

Our first FREE Virtual Teach for the Bay Conference  in October 2020 was a rousing success! 2774 attendees participated in 52 workshops offered by 18 of our BACCC community colleges!  

Visit www.teachforthebay.com  for recordings of key workshops ( to be posted 11/20) 


Follow and Like Teach by the Bay on Instagram , Facebook and Twitter  @teachforthebay  

*YouTube video received 23,000 views by 10/10/20! 

 TPP Meetings and Resources 

2020 - 2017

Upcoming BACCC TPP/RJV Meeting for SF Bay Region Leads:


Powerpoint and presentation for recent BACCC TPP/RJV Meeting:


Presentation to the BACCC Bay Team on the TPP RJV and Social Media and Marketing 

Powerpoint for Education Sector Counselor Resources

Statewide Communities of Practice for Regional TPP/EDU Education Faculty (Fieldwork Fridays) scheduled as follows:

Statewide Communities of Practice for Early Childhood /ECE Faculty scheduled as follows: 

The TPP RJV is hosting an Education Sector community of practice series of ZOOM calls to be scheduled as follows: 

The BACCC will be co-sponsoring with CCCECE a series of Early Childhood Education / ECE  COP "Community of Practice" meetings, led by CCCECE regional leads, Anthony Ayala, Solano College, Kristina Brower, Skyline College, and TPP RJV lead, Kathleen White, CCSF. The schedule will be as follows:

Statewide Leadership California Community College Teacher Preparation Program Meetings -  http://teacherprepprogram.org/statewide-leadership-ccc-tpp-meetings/ 

The following events / meetings have been postponed due to COVID 19:

Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 9:30 AM - 2:30 PM - Chabot College, Board Room, Hayward - Regional Meeting, Northern SF Bay Region Community Colleges – CSUEB, SFSU, SSU Pipelines, and Partnerships (lunch provided)

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - San Francisco - Counselor Training - Held at SF Giants Oracle Park, this convening of HS, CC and Adult School counselors will hear about the California Community College Chancellor's Office priority sectors directly from Regional Directors, along with actively engaged sector employees who will showcase career pathways and upward mobility. This event experience will give counselors, High School Partner Counselors and Adult School Partners are encouraged to attend. Please invite all counselors engaged in the Teacher Pathway at your college!

Friday, May 8, 2020, 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM - Hartnell College, Science Bldg. 1111, Salinas - Regional Meeting - Southern SF Bay Region Community Colleges - CSUMB, SJSU Pipelines and Partnerships, (lunch provided)

Related Events that may be of interest to TPP Programs:

         Project Description

Year 3 RJV

The Teacher Preparation Pipeline (TPP) STEM/CTE Regional Joint Venture (RJV) aims to provide a model of teacher preparation that successfully recruits, trains and supports existing and future educators throughout the State of California. By creating a regional collaborative within the BACCC region to demonstrate shared practices, courses and strategies which serve both current and future teachers, the TPP RJV aspires to increase the number, quality and diversity of the teaching workforce in the region.

The SF Bay Area region represents 25% of the teaching vacancies in California. Addressing the teaching shortage through the development of collaborative practices and efforts can create models for other regions. Leveraging funds from the Education Futures grant through the CCCCO, the RJV’s are well positioned to increase the sustainability of community college-based teacher preparation efforts in California.

Develop regional courses, programs and pathways that address TOP CODE and data tracking needs

This RJV includes preparing teachers in Early Childhood Education, TK, K-12 and Community College, esp. CTE /STEM

Project Goals

Project Resources

This is the first Sector brochure for Teaching Careers in California produced by COE! Many thanks to John Carrese for his support and expertise. All BACCC colleges can download the PDFs and post on their websites, print copies for their TPP partners, community leaders and colleges and utilize for funding proposals, presentations and college planning.


All Sectors Depend on Teachers to Grow!