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Objective (Goal)
Rationale
Indicator(s)
Indicator Achievements
2.C. Develop and
maintain
partnerships with
stakeholders.
A significant portion
of our legislative
mandate is focused on
training and service in
the technical/trades.
These indicators
provide focus on the
community and
regional workforce
needs and
effectiveness in
meeting those needs.
2.C.1. Provide
customized training to
local industries.
2.C.2 Participate in
inter-college
committees.
2.C.3. Conduct employer
follow-up.
2.C.4 Maintain labor
market awareness.
Workforce training fulfills
this indicator.
Includes “Complete College
Idaho,” “General Ed Reform
Committee,” English and
Math Chairs (faculty),
registrar’s statewide
meetings.
Process development in
progress.
Review DOL labor data
annually. The VP of
Instruction & Student Affairs
attended a State
presentation by the DOL, on
projecting the job market
into the year 2020. This was
followed by the Idaho Dept.
of Commerce & projections
for industry growth in Idaho.
3. Accountable
EITC is a good steward of the funds entrusted to it through state appropriations, grants, student
fees and other sources and seeks to become increasingly effective in the application of those
funds and the thorough reporting and justification of how funds were spent.
Objectives, rationale and indicators related to this core theme are presented in table 3 below:
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