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Building Strong Programs Through Community Partnerships Dr. Jim Kerley, President Gloria Crawford, Chair, Division

Building Strong Programs Through Community Partnerships Dr. Jim Kerley, President Gloria Crawford, Chair, Division of Public Safety Guy Garrett, M. S. , M. B. A. , Asst. Professor Cybersecurity and

Jim Kerley, Ph. D. President Dr. Jim Kerley is a longtime educator, administrator and

Jim Kerley, Ph. D. President Dr. Jim Kerley is a longtime educator, administrator and supporter of state and community colleges, and became the fifth president of Gulf Coast State College on June 1, 2007. He has 24 years of experience as a college president and over 30 years in higher education. He served as president of Bluegrass Community and Technical College (KY) and Hopkinsville Community College (KY). Early in his career, he taught and was an administrator at Madisonville Community College (KY), Union College (KY), and Valdosta State College (GA). He is the recipient of the prestigious 2012 Barbara K. Griffin Workforce Excellence Award, presented by the Florida Workforce Development Association. He was elected to serve on the Florida College System Council of Presidents Steering Committee and Florida Representative to the Southern Association of Community, Junior, and Technical Colleges Board. Locally, Dr. Kerley is a member of the Bay County Economic Development Alliance, Bay Defense Alliance and American Heart Association. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Bay County Chamber of Commerce and the Panama City Beaches Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Kerley holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D. ) degree in Educational Administration and Supervision of Higher Education from Florida State University; a Master of Arts in Teaching in History from The Citadel; and a Bachelor of Science in Social Sciences/History/Secondary Education from Tennessee Tech University. Presenters

Gloria Crawford Chair, Division of Public Safety Gloria Crawford took over as the division

Gloria Crawford Chair, Division of Public Safety Gloria Crawford took over as the division chair in 2004 after serving 9 years as an advocate in the Criminal Justice and Public Safety Domain. Previously she served in the United States Air Force, retiring as Chief of Administration in 1995. She maintains an active instructor certification with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and earned an Associate of Arts degree in Public Service from Paul D. Camp Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology from Saint Leo College. She serves on the board of directors for HCA Gulf Coast Medical Center and dedicates time as a mentor and advisor to community youth. Guy Garrett, M. S. , M. B. A Asst. Professor Cybersecurity and Information Technology Guy Garrett joined the Gulf Coast State College faculty in 2010 following a diverse private sector career in IT sales, operations management, and journalism. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Georgia, Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, and a Master of Science Computer Science/Software Engineering and a Graduate Certificate in Medical Informatics from the University of West Florida. He is a member of Mensa, the International Young Professionals for Community Transformation Network, and Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce Education Committee. He serves the college on the President’s Economic Development Committee, Soldiers to Scholars Task Force, Public Safety Division Center of Excellence Committee, and Information Technology Committee and sponsors the Technology and Engineering Club and National Technical Honor Society Chapter. Presenters

“Start with the end in mind, ” -- Stephen R. Covey Program Goal: Build

“Start with the end in mind, ” -- Stephen R. Covey Program Goal: Build rigorous and relevant curriculum with an emphasis on real-world, problembased, hands-on training. How? By connecting key community leaders and developing strong interpersonal relationships. Introduction

“Pathways Through Partnership” http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=FWAi. Zzsbg 3 U&feature=youtu. be Join us

“Pathways Through Partnership” http: //www. youtube. com/watch? v=FWAi. Zzsbg 3 U&feature=youtu. be Join us for a brief video presentation Picture of Success

Proliferation of threats • Terrorism • Natural Disasters • Cyber crime The Stakes

Proliferation of threats • Terrorism • Natural Disasters • Cyber crime The Stakes

“Trust determines the space for future interactions between parties. Distrust closes down possibilities –

“Trust determines the space for future interactions between parties. Distrust closes down possibilities – trust opens them up, ” -- Peter Keen The college serves as neutral ground. It is the liaison for diverse stakeholders. They know we are going to do the right thing. The Concept of Trust

Move from Standing Alone to Standing Together Different roles same mission: protect our community

Move from Standing Alone to Standing Together Different roles same mission: protect our community • Learn how to think in the other person’s boots • Joint training for joint actions • Build relationships between decision-makers Building Cohesion

Coalition of the Capable Cognition, LLC Proprietary Information Setting the Stakeholders’

Coalition of the Capable Cognition, LLC Proprietary Information Setting the Stakeholders’

Relationships Create Synergy Relationships lead to: • Increased enrollments • Grant support • Faculty

Relationships Create Synergy Relationships lead to: • Increased enrollments • Grant support • Faculty –practitioner collaboration • Equipment Example: A local agency offered to donate a $550, 000 portable burn simulator in exchange for a series of training classes for its employees. Gulf Coast State College incorporated the trailer into a broader curriculum that now serves its three counties. Benefits

Recruit & Retain Volunteers Ask “The number one reason people do not volunteer is

Recruit & Retain Volunteers Ask “The number one reason people do not volunteer is because nobody asks them. ” Who? • Decision-makers (Sheriff, police/fire chiefs, emergency managers, military) • Subject Matter Experts (IT, utilities, public works, transportation, logistics) • Community Leaders (clergy, volunteer organizations, key non-profits such as the American Red Cross, K-12 schools) It is important to recruit board members who represent a diverse cross-section of your community Teambuilding Strategies

Building Blocks of Success Create a timeline with milestones for recruitment, fundraising, meetings, and

Building Blocks of Success Create a timeline with milestones for recruitment, fundraising, meetings, and appreciation. Realize board members will only have 10 -15 hours each month to contribute. Plan regular (monthly, quarterly) meetings. Make it productive time. Give them some real work to do; concrete outcomes that they can see when the job is completed. Emphasize and maintain confidentiality. Recognize and thank them publically. Teambuilding Strategies

Improved Student Learning Outcomes Tasks Conditions Standards After Action Review Knowledge Skills Abilities Evaluation

Improved Student Learning Outcomes Tasks Conditions Standards After Action Review Knowledge Skills Abilities Evaluation Preparation Application Analysis Instructional Design Implementation Design Development Resource acquisition Results Incorporate actual scenarios and lessons learned

Meeting Workforce Needs Associate of Science Network Systems Technology (2013) Concentrations: Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics,

Meeting Workforce Needs Associate of Science Network Systems Technology (2013) Concentrations: Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Network Infrastructure, Network Administration Bachelor’s of Applied Science Technology Management (2011) Concentrations: Information Technology, Control Engineering Bachelor’s of Applied Science Digital Media (2013) Bachelor’s of Applied Science Organizational Management (2013) Concentrations: Emergency Management, Entrepreneurship Healthcare Administration Program Development

Investing vs. Spending 911 Call Centers $22 M EOC $40 M ATC $22. 9

Investing vs. Spending 911 Call Centers $22 M EOC $40 M ATC $22. 9 M STEM Input Assessment Planning Execution Enterprise Modeling & Visualization E-Learning Edu. /Training Facilitation Resource Development

Attracting Investment GCSC North Bay Campus COE / EOC Complex $22 M+ “State –of

Attracting Investment GCSC North Bay Campus COE / EOC Complex $22 M+ “State –of the –Art” Public Safety Bay County EOC Facility Houses: Three 911 Call Centers, Class Rooms, Mock Court Room, Gym, Weapons Simulator, Office Spaces, Conference Room, Auditorium, and Other DP Related Amenities Resource Development

Attracting Investment $40 M “State –of the –Art” Advanced Technology Center Houses: 93, 000

Attracting Investment $40 M “State –of the –Art” Advanced Technology Center Houses: 93, 000 square feet dedicated to driving and accelerating regional economic growth by fostering partnerships across business, industry, government and education. Resource Development

Attracting Investment $22. 9 M “ Science Technology Engineering and Math Center Proposed facility

Attracting Investment $22. 9 M “ Science Technology Engineering and Math Center Proposed facility for natural and physical sciences, mathematics, and engineering education for college students, K-12 faculty professional development, and STEM community education outreach programming. Resource Development

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Q&A Forum