Electronic Guideposts for Students' Exploration of Career ...

Electronic Guideposts for Students' Exploration of Career ...

Electronic Guideposts for Students Exploration of Career Pathways Lewis and Clark Community College Jill Lane, Dean of Liberal Arts & Business Jane Fleming, Perkins Project Manager Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: A Brief History Radio Broadcasting Program Reason for choice Team members Goals Examine existing program elements at 2 high schools Expand program offerings to 2 additional high schools Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: A Brief History Data examination finding Headcount discrepancy between program participants on paper and actual program participants Students not properly classified as program majors Various reasons Problem resolutions (still under development) Working to eliminate discrepancies in declared majors on paper and in actuality Increased vigilance among CTE coordinators and academic advisors when enrolling students Redesigning the on-line registration system to require students to declare/reaffirm their major before being allowed to register for classes Link program majors required courses and financial aid notification New law prohibits financial aid to pay for classes that are not within a programs required coursework Anticipated outcomes of resolving major declaration discrepancies More accurate data for reporting and program reviews More timely completion of ones chosen CTE program More program completers Fewer students exhausting financial aid resources before completion of program requirements More students eligible for support services (especially from the Perkins Student Support Project) Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: Electronic Guideposts Created The Projects goal was to complete a Program of Study template that would begin with 9th grade and conclude with an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Radio Broadcasting from Lewis and Clark Community College ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY Name of Cluster:________________________________________________________________ Name of Pathway:______________________________________________________ Program of Study____________________________________________ Grade Education Levels English Math Science Social Studies/ Sciences Other Required Courses, Recommended

Electives, and Learner Activities Interest Inventory Administered Secondary 9 10 All plans of study need to meet local and state high school graduation requirements as well as college entrance requirements. 11 12 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted ST Postsecondary 1 SEM. 2ND SEM. 3RD SEM. 4TH SEM. All plans of study need to meet learners career goals with regard to required degrees, licenses, certifications or journey worker status. Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: Electronic Guideposts Created This completed guidepost provides students interested in Radio Broadcasting a clear, concise view of their educational pathway from their freshman year of high school to the conclusion of their AAS degree at Lewis and Clark Community College Each guidepost created is unique to a high school and its curricula providing counselors, students, and parents a true picture regarding what a program entails and the types of careers one can enter with a degree or credential in that field Created guideposts can be adapted for other CTE programs offered at the Colleges district high schools Guideposts are electronic documents that are live and are updated as requirements, syllabi, and offerings change. Guideposts are easily accessed on the Colleges website and are available 24/7 www.lc.edu click on Degrees and Certificates on menu bar, click on High School Partnership Program, click on Programs of Study, under description of POS, click on Program and School desired. Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: Electronic Guideposts Created ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY Alton High School Name of Cluster:________________________________________________________________ Name of Cluster:_ARTS, AUDIO/VISUAL TECHNNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS______ Name of Pathway:______________________________________________________ Program of Study____________________________________________ Name of Pathway:_Journalism and Broadcasting_______ Program of Study:___Radio Broadcasting (090701)_________________ Social Studies/ Sciences Other Required Courses, Recommended

Electives, and Learner Activities Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway All plans of study need to meet local and state high school graduation requirements as well as college entrance requirements. Secondary S econdary 10 11 P ostsecondary 1 SEM. 2ND SEM. RD 3 SEM. 4TH SEM. All plans of study need to meet learners career goals with regard to required degrees, licenses, certifications or journey worker status. Other Required Courses, Recommended Electives, and Learner Activities Algebra I, Algebra Concepts I, or Geometry Biology I Social Studies, Phys. Ed, Fine Arts Foreign Language I Social Studies Elective, Dev. Vocational Elective 10 English II Communicating Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Concepts II Chemistry I Social Studies Elective, Foreign Language II 11 English III or Tech Prep English Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or Geometry Physics I or Principles US History, of Chemistry

Consumer Education Calculus, PreCalculus, or Algebra II Biology II Honors (Biol 131), Anatomy & Physiology (Biol 132), Field Ecology (Biol 165), Chemistry II, Physics II, or Physics American Government, Social Sciences Elective st Engl 131 (if not 1 taken in HS) Sem. Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway 2 Sem. 3rd Sem. Math th 4 Sem. OR OR Physical/Life Science Elective Music Production Advertising D-J Announcing Sales Programming Marketing/Promotions Video Production Writing Recording Anchor Reporter A/V Production Copywriting/ Editing Auto/Career Dev., Health, Phys. Dev, and/or Vocational Elective Phys.Dev. Elective, Foreign Language III, Fine Arts Elective, Vocational Elective Public Speaking (Spch 131), Spch 131 if not taken in HS Math nd Postsecondary ST Social Studies/ Sciences English I

College Prep English IV Honors (Engl 131), College Prep English IV Litt.(Engl 132), English IV, or Tech Prep English 4 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted Science 9 12 12 Math Interest Inventory Administered Interest Inventory Administered 9 English Grade Science n Math Educatio Levels G rade E ducation Levels English Humanity/Fine Arts (MCOM 140 recommended) Journalism I (MCOM 134) Journalism II Honors (MCOM 145) MCOM 131 MCOM 132 MCOM 136 MCOM 134 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 145 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 154 MCOM 160 MCOM 150 MCOM 245 MCOM 248 or MCOM 130 MCOM 255 Physical/Life Science Elective Pols 131 1Elective3 hrs. (BUSN MCOM 250 131, CGRD 140, MKTG MCOM 256 136, WEB 135, or MCOM 271 MCOM 125) L&C Website L&C Admissions L&C Placement Testing L&C Advising L&C Financial Aid L&C Student Services L&C Career Services Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: Electronic Guideposts Created Alton High School Civic Memorial High School ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY

ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY Alton High School Science Social Studies/ Sciences Other Required Courses, Recommended Electives, and Learner Activities Social Studies, Foreign Language I Phys. Ed, Fine Arts Social Studies Elective, Dev. Vocational Elective Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses Civic Memorial High School Name of Pathway:_Journalism and Broadcasting_______ Program of Study:___Radio Broadcasting (090701)_________________ SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway English Edu cation Levels Math Grade Educatio Levels n English Name of Cluster:_ARTS, AUDIO/VISUAL TECHNNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS__ Math Science Social Studies/ Sciences Other Required Courses, Recommended Electives, and Learner Activities Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 Honors, or Geometry H Biology, Environmental Science A, or Environmental Science B American Heroes 1, American Heroes 2, Geography A, or Geography B Business, Foreign Lanuage I, Industrial Technology, Family & Consumer Science Health, Fine Arts Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2H, Geometry, or Geometry H Biology 1, Chemistry 1, Earth Science, or Environmental Science Algebra 2, Algebra

2H, Pre-calculus, or College Algebra Biology, Chemistry 1, Biology 2, Physics, or Physical Science US History Algebra 2, Precalculus, or Calculus Chemistry 2, Biology 2, or Physics Advanced History or Psychology Grade Name of Cluster:_ARTS, AUDIO/VISUAL TECHNNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS______ Name of Pathway:_Journalism and Broadcasting_______ Program of Study:___Radio Broadcasting (090701)_________________ Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway English I 10 English II Communicating 11 English III or Tech Prep English College Prep IV Honors 12 English (Engl 131), College Prep English IV Litt.(Engl 132), English IV, or Tech Prep English 4 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted st Postsecondary 1 Sem. 2nd Sem. rd 3 Sem. th 4 Sem. Algebra I, Algebra Concepts I, or Geometry Biology I Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Concepts II Chemistry I Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or Geometry Calculus, PreCalculus, or Algebra II Social Studies Elective, Foreign Language II

Auto/Career Dev., Health, Phys. Dev, and/or Vocational Elective Physics I or Principles of Chemistry US History, Consumer Education Phys.Dev. Elective, Foreign Language III, Fine Arts Elective, Vocational Elective Biology II Honors (Biol 131), Anatomy & Physiology (Biol 132), Field Ecology (Biol 165), Chemistry II, Physics II, or Physics American Government, Social Sciences Elective Public Speaking (Spch 131), Spch 131 if not taken in HS Math OR OR Interest Inventory Administered English 1 9 10 English 2 11 English 3 Journalism I (MCOM 134) Journalism II Honors (MCOM 145) English 131 (Engl 131), English 132 (Engl 132), or English 4 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted 12 Engl 131 (if not taken in HS) Math Music Production Advertising D-J Announcing Sales Programming Marketing/Promotions Video Production Writing Recording Anchor Reporter A/V Production Copywriting/ Editing Secondary 9 Physical/Life Science Elective

Humanity/Fine Arts (MCOM 140 recommended) MCOM 131 MCOM 132 MCOM 136 MCOM 134 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 145 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 154 MCOM 160 MCOM 150 MCOM 245 MCOM 248 or MCOM 130 MCOM 255 Physical/Life Science Elective Pols 131 1Elective3 hrs. (BUSN 131, CGRD 140, MKTG 136, WEB 135, or MCOM 125) MCOM 250 MCOM 256 MCOM 271 1ST SEM. L&C Website L&C Admissions L&C Placement Testing L&C Advising L&C Financial Aid L&C Student Services Posts econdary Secondary Interest Inventory Administered 2ND SEM. 3RD SEM. World History Engl 131 (if not taken in HS) Spch 131 if not taken in HS Math OR Physical/Life Science Elective Math OR Physical/Life Science Elective Humanity/Fine Arts (MCOM 140 recommended) L&C Career Services 4TH SEM. Business, Foreign Language 1 or 2, Industrial Technology, Family & Consumer Science, Health, Fine Arts, Social Science Physical Education, Business, Foreign Language, Industrial Technology, Health, Family & Consumer Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, Math, Science Speech 131 (Spch 131) Radio Broadcasting (MCOM 125)

Introduction to Mass Communication (MCOM 132) Pols 131 1Elective3 hrs. (BUSN 131, CGRD 140, MKTG 136, WEB 135, or MCOM 125) MCOM 131 MCOM 132 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 134 MCOM 136 MCOM 145 MCOM 154 MCOM 160 MCOM 150 MCOM 245 MCOM 248 or MCOM 130 MCOM 255 MCOM 250 MCOM 256 MCOM 271 Music Production Advertising D-J Announcing Sales Programming Marketing/Promotions Video Production Writing Recording Anchor Reporter A/V Production Copywriting/ Editing L&C Website L&C Admissions L&C Placement Testing L&C Advising L&C Financial Aid L&C Student Services L&C Career Services Programs of Study/Pathways to Results Project at Lewis and Clark Community College: Electronic Guideposts Created Alton High SchoolDrafting/CAD Technology Alton High SchoolRadio Broadcasting ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY ILLINOIS PROGRAM OF STUDY Alton High School Other Required Courses, Recommended Electives, and Learner Activities Phys. Ed, Fine Arts Social Studies Elective, Dev. Vocational Elective Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway Secondary Interest Inventory Administered 9 English I Algebra I, Algebra Concepts I, or Geometry Biology I

Social Studies, Foreign Language I 10 English II Communicating Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Concepts II Chemistry I Social Studies Elective, Foreign Language II Auto/Career Dev., Health, Phys. Dev, and/or Vocational Elective 11 English III or Tech Prep English Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or Geometry Physics I or Principles of Chemistry US History, Consumer Education Phys.Dev. Elective, Foreign Language III, Fine Arts Elective, Vocational Elective Calculus, PreCalculus, or Algebra II Biology II Honors (Biol 131), Anatomy & Physiology (Biol 132), Field Ecology (Biol 165), Chemistry II, Physics II, or Physics American Government, Social Sciences Elective Public Speaking (Spch 131), College Prep English IV Honors (Engl 131), College Prep English IV Litt.(Engl 132), English IV, or Tech Prep English 4 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted 12 st Postsecondary 1 Sem. 2nd Sem. rd 3 Sem. 4th Sem. Engl 131 (if not taken in HS) Spch 131 if not taken in HS

Math Math OR OR Physical/Life Science Elective Humanity/Fine Arts (MCOM 140 recommended) Music Production Advertising D-J Announcing Sales Programming Marketing/Promotions Video Production Writing Recording Anchor Reporter A/V Production Copywriting/ Editing MCOM 145 (if not taken in HS) MCOM 154 MCOM 160 MCOM 150 MCOM 245 MCOM 248 or MCOM 130 MCOM 255 Physical/Life Science Elective Pols 131 1Elective3 hrs. (BUSN 131, CGRD 140, MKTG 136, WEB 135, or MCOM 125) MCOM 250 MCOM 256 MCOM 271 Math Algebra I, Algebra Concepts I, or Geometry Biology I Social Studies, Foreign Language I Phys. Ed, Fine Arts Social Studies Elective, Dev. Vocational Elective 10 English II Communicating Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Concepts II Chemistry I Social Studies Elective, Foreign Language II Auto/Career Dev., Health, Phys. Dev, and/or Vocational Elective 11 English III or Tech Prep English Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or

Geometry Physics I or Principles of Chemistry US History, Consumer Education Phys.Dev. Elective, Foreign Language III, Fine Arts Elective, Vocational Elective Biology II Honors (BIOL 131), Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL132), Field Ecology (BIOL 165), Chemistry II, Physics II, or Physics American Government, Social Sciences Elective 1 Sem. L&C Website L&C Admissions L&C Financial Aid L&C Student Services L&C Career Services Other Required Courses, Recommended Electives, and Learner Activities English I st L&C Advising Social Studies/ Sciences 9 College Prep Calculus, PreEnglish IV Honors Calculus, or (ENGL 131), College Algebra II Prep English IV Litt.(ENGL 132), English IV, or Tech Prep English 4 Articulation/Dual Credit Transcripted L&C Placement Testing Science (151302)__ Career & Technical Courses and/or Degree Major Courses SAMPLE Occupations Relating to this Pathway Interest Inventory Administered 12 Journalism I (MCOM 134) Journalism II Honors (MCOM 145) MCOM 131 MCOM 132 MCOM 136 MCOM 134 (if not taken in HS) English Alton High School ______ _______ Program of Study:___Drafting/CAD Technology Grade

Social Studies/ Sciences Education Levels Science Secondary Math Grade Educatio Levels n English Name of Cluster:_ARCHITECTURE AND CONSTRUCTION Name of Pathway:_Design/Pre-Construction Postsecondary Name of Cluster:_ARTS, AUDIO/VISUAL TECHNNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS______ Name of Pathway:_Journalism and Broadcasting_______ Program of Study:___Radio Broadcasting (090701)_________________ 2nd Sem. ENGL 131 (if not taken in HS) MATH 125 or MATH 131 Humanities/Fine Arts Elective MATH 126 or MATH 132 SPCH 145 rd 3 Sem. 4th Sem. Public Speaking (SPCH 131), PHYS 125 or PHYS 131 Social/Behavioral Science Elective (if not taken in HS) Drafting (DRFT 131) AutoCad Operator AutoCad Drafter Mechanical Drafter Mechanical Designer Industrial Designer Electrical Drafter Electrical Designer PI&D Drafter/Designer (Piping, Instrumentation) Plumbing Drafter Plumbing Designer HVAC Drafter BIM Operator Civil Drafter Civil Designer Public Utilities Drafter CAD Technology (DRFT 146), Vocational Computer Net I (CNET 131) CNET 131 (if not taken in HS) DRFT 140 DRFT 142 DRFT 144 DRFT 253 DRFT 147

DRFT 248 DRFT 254 CAD/DRAFTING ELECTIVES (2-4 Credit hours) DRFT 270 or DRFT 271 CAD/DRAFTING ELECTIVES (7-8 credit hours) L&C Website L&C Admissions L&C Placement Testing L&C Advising L&C Financial Aid L&C Student Services L&C Career Services Alton High School Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communications Journalism and Broadcasting Radio Broadcasting (090701) Core Curricular Components Credentials Post Graduate Studies in Radio Broadcasting or Related Field Complete Radio Broadcasting Major (4 Year Degree Program) MA, MS, PhD Graduate Degrees Continue Courses in Radio Broadcasting/Area of Specialization Year 16 Math or Physical Science, American Government, 1 Approved Elective, MCOM 150, MCOM 245, MCOM 248 OR MCOM 130, MCOM 255, MCOM 250, MCOM 256, MCOM 271 Year 15 ENGL 131 (if not taken in HS), SPCH 131 (if not taken in HS), MCOM 131, MCOM 132, MCOM 136, MCOM 134 (if not taken in HS), Math or Physical Science Elective, Humanity/Fine Arts Elective, MCOM 145 (if not taken in HS), MCOM 154, MCOM 160 AAS Radio Broadcasting Year 14 Radio Broadcasting Certificate of Proficiency Year 13 English IV Honors (ENGL 131), College Prep English IVLitt. (ENGL 132), English IV, or Tech Prep English 4; Calculus, Pre-Calculus, or Algebra II; Biology II Honors (BIOL 132), Anatomy & Physiology (BIOL 132), Field Ecology (BIOL 165), Chemistry II, Physics II, or Physics I; Foreign Language IV; Journalism I (MCOM 134); Journalism II Honors (MCOM 145); Public Speaking (SPCH 131) BA or BS Certificate of Proficiency in Related Fields Year 12 High School Diploma English III or Tech Prep English; Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, or Geometry; Physics I or Principles of Chemistry; US History and Consumer Education; Phys. Dev. Elective; Foreign Language III; Fine Arts Elective; Vocational Ele ctive Year 11 Dual Credits English IICommunicating; Geometry, Algebra II, or Algebra Concepts II; Chemistry I; Social Studies Elective; Foreign Language II; Auto/Career Dev.; Health; Phys. Dev.; and/or Vocational Elective Year 10 English I; Algebra I, Algebra Concepts I, or Geometry; Biology I; Social Studies; Foreign Language I; Phys. Ed.; Fine Arts/Social Science Elective; Dev. Vocational Elective Year 9 Civic Memorial High School Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communications Journalism and Broadcasting Radio Broadcasting (090701) Core Curricular Components Credentials

Post Graduate Studies in Radio Broadcasting or Related Field Complete Radio Broadcasting Major (4 Year Degree Program) MA, MS, PhD Graduate Degrees Continue Courses in Radio Broadcasting/Area of Specialization Year 16 Math or Physical Science, American Government, 1 Approved Elective, MCOM 150, MCOM 245, MCOM 248 OR MCOM 130, MCOM 255, MCOM 250, MCOM 256, MCOM 271 Year 15 ENGL 131 (if not taken in HS), SPCH 131 (if not taken in HS), MCOM 131, MCOM 132, MCOM 136, MCOM 134 (if not taken in HS), Math or Physical Science Elective, Humanity/Fine Arts Elective, MCOM 145 (if not taken in HS), MCOM 154, MCOM 160 English 131 (Engl 131), English 132 (Engl 132), or English 4; Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, or Calculus; Chemistry 2, Biology 2, or Physics; Advanced History or Psychology; Physical Education; Radio Broadcasting (Mcom 125); Introduction to Mass Communication (Mcom 132); Electives English 3; Algebra 2, Algebra 2H, Pre-Calculus, or College Algebra; Biology, Chemistry 1, Biology 2, or Physical Science; US History; Physical Education; Resource Management/Economics; Electives English 2; Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Algebra 2 H, Geometry, or Geometry H; Biology 1, Chemistry 1, Earth Science A & B, or Environmental Science A & B; World History; HealthMedical Occupations; Physical Education; Electives English I; Geometry H, Algebra I, Algebra 2, or Algebra 2 honors; Biology, Environmental Science A, or Environmental Science B; Physical Education; American Heroes 1, American Heroes 2, Geography A, or Geography B; Electives BA or BS AAS Radio Broadcasting Year 14 Radio Broadcasting Certificate of Proficiency Year 13 Certificate of Proficiency in Related Fields Year 12 High School Diploma Year 11 Dual Credits Year 10 Year 9 Adult On-Ramps Arts, Audio/Visual Technology and Communications Journalism and Broadcasting Radio Broadcasting (090701) Adult On Ramps Credentials Post Graduate Studies in Radio Broadcasting or Related Field MA, MS, PhD Graduate Degrees Complete Radio Broadcasting Major (4 Year Degree Program) Continue Courses in Radio Broadcasting/Area of Specialization Adult Students with High School Diploma and College Credits in Radio Broadcasting for Transfer BA or BS Year 16 Year 15 AAS Radio Broadcasting Adult Students with High School Diploma Year 14

Radio Broadcasting Certificate of Proficiency Year 13 Adult Students without High School Diploma Developmental Education Coursework Adult Education GED Program Year 12 High School Diploma No Dual Credit Year 11 No High School Diploma Year 10 Year 9 Certificate of Proficiency in Related Fields Figure 1 SIUE Lewis and Clark Community College SIUC Radio.AAS WIU U of I (Springfield) Lindenwood University (MO) Alton High School Bachelors Degree Civic Memorial High School Graduate School Masters Degree Doctorate Other High Schools to be included in the future Dual Credit (CTE & Academic Courses) WORKPLACE Radio Television Journalism Business Other POTENTIAL CAREERS WITH RADIO.AAS Music Production Advertising Announcing D-J Video Production Writing Recording Sales Programming Marketing/Promotions Anchor Reporter A/V Production Electronic Guideposts for Students Exploration of Career Pathways Lewis and Clark Community College 5800 Godfrey Road Godfrey, IL 62035 Jill Lane, Dean of Liberal Arts and Business 618-468-4900 [email protected] Jane Fleming, Perkins Project Manager 618-468-4020 [email protected]

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