WRAP UP: Final SW SB 1070 Consortium Meeting
Tuesday, April 18, 2017      12:30pm - 2:30pm     San Jose City College, Workforce Institute

Grant Director

Sharon Turner, EdD, MPH
K-14 Pathways,
Regional Technical Assistance Provider
turnersharon@fhda.edu









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K-14 Regional TAP
turnersharon@fhda.edu

Who We Are


The Southwest Bay Area Career Pathways Consortium (SWBACPC) is geographically framed by the southwest region of the San Francisco Bay Area from San Francisco through San Jose, Silicon Valley and continuing south to Monterey and is a partnership effort between 14 Community Colleges and their feeder K12 schools. Foothill College is the fiscal agent to the SB 1070 grant in this region.


The SWBACPC is a partner effort with the North/East Bay. While the work in our region is distinct based on our demographics and needs, our efforts are ultimately coordinated across the region.


To view our Comprehensive Strategy Work Plan, click here.
To view a quick snapshot of our grant, click here.


Five Working Groups

Data Systems
Data Systems

This group is developing common systems of tracking and reporting student progress through career pathways and into employment that is compatible with Launchboard, easily accessible and promotes student success metrics.



Industry Engagement
Industry Engagement

This group is developing a strategic plan for engaging business, industry and labor organizations in an effective and meaningful way that will increase student success in postsecondary education and careers in high growth, high need or emerging regional economic sectors.


Marketing, Communications, & Dissemination
Marketing, Communications, & Dissemination

This group is developing and delivering effective internal and external communication, outreach and marketing plan across the region, informing students, families, faculty and administrators from elementary through community college on the economic, educational and social benefits of college and career pathways and develop effective communication tools for industry/business engagement with education.


Professional Development
Professional Development
This group is developing a plan that identifies professional development needs and offer formats to bring regional professional development activities and key stakeholders together.  They are identifying data, validating effective practices and disseminating these through regional professional development and replication of strategies.


Systems Alignment
Systems Alignment
This group is developing policies and procedures within the region that lead to common practices and foster smooth transitions between systems and stackable credentials. The group is working to align K-14 systems, policies, and practices through identifying best practices in articulation, matriculation, and dual enrollment.  The goal is to identify regional or state policy solutions to accelerate alignment.




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Community Colleges



Other Partners