Attachment E: JTED-SNAP Service Model and ICAPS Model and Providers

JTED-SNAP Service Model and ICAPS Model and Providers (pdf)


Attachment E:  JTED-SNAP Service Model


Attachment E Services Received by Treatement Group


Attachment E: JTED-SNAP ICAPS Model and Providers

Attachment E ICAPS Logo

Illinois Community College Board

June 2015

For the past three years, the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) has participated in the Accelerating Opportunity Project: A Jobs for the Future (JFF) Breaking through Initiative. The purpose of this initiative is to connect lower skilled adults to college. Illinois has branded this model as the Integrated Career and Academic Preparation System (ICAPS) modeled after the Washington State model "IBEST" - Integrated Basic Education Skills Training. The ICAPS model blends Adult Education Basic Skills and Career and Technical Education training to accelerate student learning and achievement of postsecondary education and industry recognized credentials. This approach incorporates the technical skills, investigates dual enrollment opportunities, and develops a clear-cut plan to align policies that are needed to move more learners into postsecondary education and employment.

The overall goal of the ICAPS model is to accelerate the learning opportunities for low-skilled adults and move them into high demand and high-wage jobs. The ICAPS model accomplishes this using an integrated approach to learning which blends contextualized basic skills and technical training instruction using a team teaching approach. In addition, the individuals are connected to instructional and supportive services designed to enhance their educational experience which leads to obtaining a marketable, stackable, and/or industry recognized credential.

Initially funded through the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Joyce Foundation and other foundations supporting lower skilled adults' achievement of skills and training that lead to higher wages, the project has flourished to 25 community colleges in Illinois over a three year period, and has served more than 1400 individuals earning more than 1900 credentials (college and industry recognized). The project originally began with eight colleges selected to develop and implement AO/ICAPS projects. They include: College of Lake County, City Colleges of Chicago - Daley College, Danville Area Community College, Elgin Community College, Lake Land College, Lewis and Clark College, Lincoln Land Community College, and McHenry County College. Each of the twenty-five colleges (including the eight original) have developed projects in one or more high demand pathway areas, including Health Care, Manufacturing, Transportation, and Information Technology. All 25 colleges are listed below and include their individual pathways.

Participating ICAPS Colleges & Pathways:

  1. Black Hawk - Manufacturing / Computer Numerical Control
  2. Carl Sandburg - Manufacturing/Welding
  3. College of DuPage - Information Technology / Network Systems
  4. College of Lake County - Automotive Manufacturing, Machine Tool Trades, Gas Metal Arc Welding, HVAC
  5. Daley - Certified Nursing Assistant, Medical Billing & Coding, Manufacturing/Computer Numerical Control Tech
  6. Danville Area - Healthcare, Automotive
  7. Elgin - Computer Numerical Control, Welding, Dental Office Aide, HVAC
  8. Heartland - Welding
  9. Illinois Central - Health Science /Certified Nursing Assistant
  10. Joliet Junior - Manufacturing/Welding
  11. Kaskaskia - Health Science /Certified Nursing Assistant
  12. Kishwaukee - Manufacturing
  13. Lakeland - Manufacturing, Fundamentals in Applied Technology, Health Science
  14. Lewis and Clark - Automotive Technology, Emergency Medical Technician, WeldingTechnology
  15. Lincoln Land - Automotive Technology, Healthcare
  16. McHenry County - Advanced Manufacturing, CNC Machine, Automotive Maintenance Technician, Administrative Office Skills
  17. Olive Harvey - Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
  18. Parkland - Industrial Welding
  19. Prairie State - Manufacturing
  20. Rend Lake - Allied Health
  21. Rock Valley - Manufacturing
  22. Southwestern Illinois - Manufacturing/Precision Machining Technology
  23. South Suburban - Community Health Worker
  24. William Rainey Harper - Business Software Specialist and Domestic Refrigeration and Heating
  25. Waubonsee -Administrative Office Assistant/IT

ICAPS Requirements

  • At least 40 percent of each college's target population will be progressing through pathways to marketable, stackable, credit-bearing credentials.
  • The target population is adults in High Intermediate Basic Education through Adult Secondary Education (grade level 6 and above) and English language learners in High Intermediate ESL (NRS level 5 and above).
  • Participant achievement of at least one marketable, stackable credit-bearing credential, industry recognized credential, earn 12 semester professional technical credits which must be transcripted in the semester in which they are earned;
  • Explicit articulation of one or more educational pathways, linked to career pathways, which begin with adult basic education or ESL and continue to a one year college-level certificate and beyond;
  • Evidence of strong local demand for the selected pathway(s), including the presence on the Workforce Investment Board demand list for the local area or other local data demonstrating robust demand;
  • Acceleration strategies, including contextualized learning and the use of hybrid (online and classroom-based) course designs;
  • Evidence-based dual enrollment strategies, including paired courses and I-BEST-like approaches;
  • Comprehensive academic and social student supports (e.g., tutoring, child care, transportation, access to public benefits, subsidized jobs);
  • Partnerships with Workforce Investment Boards and/or employers and college readiness, with an explicit goal of bypassing developmental education;
  • Provide a support class to students enrolled in the AO project;
  • Enter data into the data collection system;
  • Track student progress into postsecondary education; and
  • Identify co-instructors (team-teaching) from basic skills and college-level professional-technical programs, with at least a 50 percent overlap of the instructional time to support both basic and workforce skills gains, and integrated program learning outcomes.
  • Adopt policies and financing models to ensure programs are sustained and expanded to assist many more adult learners in obtaining postsecondary credentials.
  • Requires participation in extensive professional development provided through the Adult Education and Career and Technical Education PD Centers. A Transitions Academy was developed to provide a yearlong extensive professional development and technical assistance component designed to assist in the development and implementation of the ICAPS model.

Next Steps:

  • Add an additional five to seven ICAPS colleges in FY2016
  • Develop a sustainability financing model
  • Determine final components of the ICAPS model

ICAPS Contacts:


 

ILLINOIS COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD

ADULT EDUCATION AND FAMILY LITERACY

INTEGRATED CAREER AND ACADEMIC PREPARATION SYSTEM (ICAPS)

PROGRAMS


REGION I


AREA PLANNING COUNCIL 508


RICHARD J. DALEY COLLEGE (Certified Nursing Assistant; Medical Billing & Coding; Manufacturing/Computer Numerical Control Tech)

Project Lead

Jean Johnson

Dean, Continuing Education

7500 South Pulaski Road

Chicago, IL 60652

Telephone: 773-838-7544

E-Mail: jjohnson2@ccc.edu

Project Coordinator

TBA

*OLIVE-HARVEY COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Ann Darnton

Interim Associate Vice Chancellor, Adult Education

226 W. Jackson Blvd., 13th Floor

Chicago, IL 60606

Telephone: 312-553-3452

E-Mail: adarnton@ccc.edu


Project Coordinator

Robert Reimer

Dean Adult Education

1000 South Woodlawn Avenue

Chicago, IL 60652

Telephone: 773-291-6308

FAX: 773-291-6693

E-Mail: rreimer@ccc.edu


REGION II


Area Planning Council 502


COLLEGE OF DUPAGE (Information Technology/Network Systems)

Project Lead

Daniel Deasy

Manager, CE Ops/Grant Program Compliance

425 Fawell Boulevard

Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

Telephone: 630-942-4021

E-Mail: deasyd@cod.edu


Project Administrator

John Kronenburger

Associate Dean, Technology

425 Fawell Boulevard

Glen Ellyn, IL 60137

Telephone: 630-942-3614

E-Mail: kronenburgerj@cod.edu


Area Planning Council
509


ELGIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Computer Numerical Control; Welding; Dental Office Aide; HVAC)

Project Lead

Peggy Heinrich

Dean of Adult Education

1700 Spartan Drive

Elgin, IL 60123-7193

Telephone: 847-214-6911

E-Mail: pheinrich@elgin.edu


Project Coordinator

TBA


Area Planning Council 510


SOUTH SUBURBAN COLLEGE (Community Health Worker)

Project Lead

Jane Ellen Stocker

Vice President of Enrollment & Adult Education

15800 S. State Street

South Holland, IL 60473

Telephone: 708-210-5762

E-Mail: jstocker@ssc.edu


Project Coordinator

Matthew Beasland

Adult Education, Database and Grant Compliance

15800 S. State Street

South Holland, IL 60473

Telephone: 708-896-2000 ext. 2385

E-Mail: mbeasland@ssc.edu


Area Planning Council 511


ROCK VALLEY COLLEGE (Manufacturing)

Project Lead

Amanda Smith

Director, Adult Education & Literacy

4151 Samuelson Road

Rockford, IL 61109

Telephone: 815-921-2009

FAX: 815-921-2019

E-Mail: a.smith@rockvalleycollege.edu


Project Coordinator

Rich Gocken

Dean, Business, Computer Information Systems

4151 Samuelson Road

Rockford, IL 61109

Telephone: 815-921-3171

E-Mail: r.gocken@rockvalleycollege.edu


Area Planning Council 512


*WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Dr. Kenya Ayers

Dean

Academic Enrichment & Engagement

1200 West Algonquin Road

Palatine, IL 60067

Telephone: 847-925-6107

E-Mail: kayers@harpercollege.edu


Project Coordinator

Andrea Fiebig

Director of Adult Educational Development

1200 West Algonquin Road

Palatine, IL 60067

Telephone: 847-925-6371

E-Mail: afiebig@harpercollege.edu


Area Planning Council 515


PRAIRIE STATE COLLEGE (Manufacturing)

Project Lead

Kim Marisa Kunce

Dean, Adult Education

202 S. Halsted Street

Chicago Heights, IL 60411

Telephone: 708-709-3684

E-Mail: kkunce@prairiestate.edu


Project Coordinator

John Schlueter

Coordinator, Adult Basic and Secondary Education

202 S. Halsted Street

Chicago Heights, IL 60411

Telephone: 708-709-7910

E-Mail: jschlueter@prairiestate.edu


Area Planning Council 516


*WAUBONSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Michael Cermak

Dean, Business and Career Technologies

Route 47 @ Waubonsee Drive

Sugar Grove, IL 60554

Telephone: 630-466-7900

E-Mail: mcermak@waubonsee.edu


Project Coordinator

Jeri Dixon

Dean for Adult Education

18 South river Street

Aurora, IL 60506

Telephone: 630-801-7900 ext. 4110

E-Mail: jdixon@waubonsee.edu


Area Planning Council 523


KISHWAUKEE COLLEGE (Manufacturing)

Project Lead

M. Joanne Kantner

Dean, Adult Ed. & Transition Programs

21193 Malta Road

Malta, IL 60150

Telephone: 815-825-2086 ext. 3760

E-Mail: joanne.kantner@kishwaukeecollege.edu


Project Coordinator

Tricia D. Wagner

Director, Adult Education

21193 Malta Road

Malta, IL 60150

Telephone: 815-825-2086 ext. 3180

E-Mail: Tricia.Wagner@kishwaukeecollege.edu


Area Planning Council 528


MCHENRY COUNTY COLLEGE (Advanced Manufacturing Certificate; CNC Machine Certificate; Automotive Maintenance Technician Certificate; Administrative Office Skills Certificate)

Project Lead

Tom Pierce

Executive Director, Adult Education

8900 U.S. Highway 14

Crystal Lake, IL 60012-2761

Telephone: 815-479-7588

E-Mail: tpierce@mchenry.edu


Project Coordinator

Barbara Sitkiewicz

I-CAPS Navigator

8900 U.S. Highway 14

Crystal Lake, IL 60012-2761

Telephone: 815-455-8586

E-Mail: bsitkiewicz@mchenry.edu


COLLEGE OF LAKE COUNTY (Automotive Manufacturing; Machine Tool Trades; Gas Metal Arc Welding; HVAC beginning in September)

Project Lead

Leticia Muñoz-Swift

Transitions Coordinator

19351 West Washington Street

Grayslake, Illinois 60030-1198

Telephone: 847-543-2672

E-Mail: aceagv@clcillinois.edu


Project Coordinator


REGION III


Area Planning Council 503


BLACK HAWK COLLEGE (Manufacturing/Computer Numerical Control)

Project Lead

Ms. Diane Fall

Director of Adult Education

301 Avenue of the Cities

East Moline, IL 61244-4038

Telephone: 309-796-8240

E-Mail: falld@bhc.edu


Project Coordinator

None Identified


Area Planning Council 505


PARKLAND COLLEGE (Industrial Welding)

Project Lead

Tawanna Nickens

Dean, Adult Education & Workforce Development

2400 W. Bradley Ave.

Champaign, IL 61821-1899

Telephone: 217-351-2390

E-Mail: tnickens@parkland.edu


Project Coordinator

Tawanna Nickens

Dean, Adult Education & Workforce Development

2400 W. Bradley Ave.

Champaign, IL 61821-1899

Telephone: 217-351-2390

E-Mail: tnickens@parkland.edu


Area Planning Council 507


DANVILLE AREA COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Healthcare; Automotive)

Project Lead

Laura M. Williams

Director of Adult Education

2000 East Main St.

Danville, IL 61832

Telephone: 217-443-8878

E-Mail: lwms@dacc.edu


Project Coordinator

TBA


Area Planning Council 514


ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE (Health Science/CNA)

Project Lead

Kay Sutton

Dean - College & Career Readiness

5407 North University

Peoria, IL 61635-0001

Telephone: 309-690-6886

E-Mail: ksutton@icc.edu


Project Coordinator

TBA


Area Planning Council 518


*CARL SANDBURG COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Michelle Johnson

Director of Adult Ed/Institutional Effectiveness

1150 W. Carl Sandburg Dr.

Galesburg, IL 61401

Telephone: 309-344-1631

E-Mail: mljohnson@sandburg.edu


Project Coordinator

VACANT


Area Planning Council 525


*JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Emilie McCallister

Director, Adult Education

214 N. Ottawa Street

Joliet, IL 60432

Telephone: 815-280-1321

E-Mail: emccalli@jjc.edu


Project Coordinator

Gina De Rosier-Cook

Instructional Coordinator

214 N. Ottawa Street

Joliet, IL 60432

Telephone: 815-280-1357

E-Mail: gderosie@jjc.edu


Area Planning Council 526


LINCOLN LAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Automotive Technology; Healthcare; Early Childhood)

Project Lead

Lyn Buerkett

Director, Adult Education and Literacy

5250 Shepherd Road

Springfield, IL 62794

Telephone: 217-786-4534

E-Mail: Lyn.Buerkett@llcc.edu


Project Coordinator

Lisa Heyen

Adult Education Coordinator

5250 Shepherd Road

Springfield, IL 62794

Telephone: 217-786-4534

FAX: 217-786-2495

E-Mail: lisa.heyen@llcc.edu


Area Planning Council 540


HEARTLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Welding)

Project Lead

Jill M. Blair

Dean of Adult Education

1500 W. Raab Road

Normal, IL 61761

Telephone: 309-268-8171

E-Mail: jill.blair@heartland.edu


Project Coordinator

Robert Shaw

CTE

1500 W. Raab Road

Normal, IL 61761

Telephone: 309-268-8862

E-Mail: Robert.shaw@heartland.edu


REGION IV


Area Planning Council 501


KASKASKIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT #501 (Health Science/CNA)

Project Lead

Lisa M. Atkins

Director, Adult Education and Literacy

27210 College Road

Centralia, IL 62801

Telephone: 618-545-3110

E-Mail: latkins@kaskaskia.edu


Project Coordinator

Janet Garretson

Career and Technical Education

27210 College Road

Centralia, IL 62801

Telephone: 618-545-3347

E-Mail: jgarretson@kaskaskia.edu


LAKE LAND COLLEGE (Manufacturing; Fundamentals in Applied Technology; Health Science)

Project Lead

Leslie DeVore

Associate Vice President of Instruction

5001 Lake Land Boulevard

Mattoon, IL 61938

Telephone: 217-234-5211

E-Mail: ldevore@lakeland.cc.il.us


Project Coordinator

Chris Strohl

Director of Perkins Programs

5001 Lake Land Boulevard

Mattoon, IL 61938

Telephone: 217-234-5372

FAX: 217-234-5400

E-Mail: cstrohl@lakeland.cc.il.us


Area Planning Council 521


*REND LAKE COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Christina Hutcheson

Director, Adult Education & Family Literacy

468 North Ken Gray Parkway

Ina, IL 62846

Telephone: 618-437-5321

E-Mail: hutchesonc@rlc.edu


Project Coordinator

Ali Whittington

Adult Basic Education Instructor

468 North Ken Gray Parkway

Ina, IL 62846

Telephone: 618-437-5321 ext. 1342

E-Mail: whittingtona@rlc.edu


Area Planning Council 522


*SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS COLLEGE (Developing)

Project Lead

Lea Maue, Ph.D.

Director, Adult Basic Education

2500 Carlyle Avenue

Belleville, IL 62221

Telephone: 618-235-2700 ext. 5363

E-Mail: lea.maue@swic.edu


Project Coordinator

Jeff Campbell

Adult Basic Education Department

2500 Carlyle Avenue

Belleville, IL 62221

Telephone: 618-235-2700 ext. 5104

E-Mail: jeff.campbell@swic.edu


Area Planning Council 536


LEWIS AND CLARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE (Automotive Technology; Emergency Medical Technician; Welding Technology)

Project Lead

Dr. Linda Chapman

Vice President Academic Affairs

5800 Godfrey Road

Godfrey, IL 62035

Telephone: 618-468-4010

E-Mail: lchapman@lc.edu


Project Coordinator

Valorie K. Harris

Associate Dean of Adult Education

5800 Godfrey Road

Godfrey, IL 62035-2466

Telephone: 618-468-4100

E-Mail: vharris@lc.edu


*Indicates FY15 Programs