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1 Career Technical Education (CTE) Outcomes Survey 2015 Columbia College In July 2015, 167 students who had earned a Columbia College vocational certificate or degree 1 (completers) were contacted individually. The purpose was to collect recent CTE completer s employment and outcome status, their satisfaction with the courses and training they received while at Columbia, and their earnings both before, and after completion of their program(s). The 2015 iteration marked the third annual Columbia College CTE Outcomes Survey but the first time the survey was managed entirely in-house through the Institutional Research Office for the College departing from contracting with an outside vendor to coordinate the surveying process. This may explain why the college received a higher response rate for the 2015 survey as compared to the previous two years. Of the 167 completers who were contacted by telephone or via , 39.5% (66) completed the survey. This compares to a 31% response rate in 2013 and a lower 22% in During the month of July 2015, Student Ambassadors were hired and trained to make individual telephone calls to each of the students on a list of CTE certificate or degree awardees. Once contacted and if the student was willing to take the survey over the telephone, the questions were read to them and their responses recorded in an online survey. If they preferred to complete the survey independently, or could not be contacted after three tries via telephone, an was sent to them to the same online survey. Overall, students expressed a high degree of satisfaction with their education and training at Columbia College. 97% indicated Satisfied or Very Satisfied, 3% were Neither Satisfied or Dissatisfied, and 0% indicated Dissatisfied. This was a significant increase over the 89% and 45% satisfaction ratios from the previous two years. The data that follows summarizes the responses collected in July A more detailed summarization for each question and comments is located at the end of the summary report. Summary Nearly all of the respondents provided verbal responses via a contact by telephone (80%) the remaining 20% responded through an invitation via . Respondents indicated they attended Columbia College to: o Earn a certificate or degree without transfer (44%), o Earn a degree or certificate and transfer (41%), o Renew a license or update job skills (9%), or o Complete requirements to transfer (6%) without earning a degree or certificate. Employment: o 77% of the respondents (50 of 66) indicated employed at the time of contact. o 19% indicated employed at two jobs, and o 8% were self-employed. Time to Employment: o 75% stated they found employment (or were employed) within 3 months following award completion, o 14% found employment within the year, and o 10% were employed after 13 months. 1 Career Technical Education or CTE award

2 Transfer/Continuing Studies: After leaving Columbia College: o 22% planned to transfer to another college in the same field of study, o 6% planned to transfer in a different field of study. o 2% planned to obtain journey-level status in the same field of study. Self-reported Industry Certifications Earned: Wastewater Level 1 3 EMT 2 Fire Technology, CPR, First Responder 1 Allied Health 1 Child Development Teacher 2 Impact of Skills Learned at Columbia: 49 former students indicated the impact their studies had on their employment: o o 31% had temporary employment prior to completion compared to 37% post completion 18% were seasonally employed prior to completion compared to 12% post completion Full-time/Part-time Employment (before and after completion): o 49% were working full-time prior to completion compared to 57% post completion o 42% were working part-time prior to completion compared to 22% post completion o 9.8% were working less than part-time prior to completion compared to 20% post completion o 63% learned skills needed to stay in their current job (10%), to get a promotion at their current job (25%), or find a new job at another organization (28%); o 14% stated there was no impact on their present employment; o 20% stated their skills enabled them to start a new business, or look for a new job; and o 3% stated their skills helped them move to the next step in their program. Of the 49 completers who indicated employment: o 43% performed a job search following completion (37% found a job, 6% were still looking), o 43% were employed at the time of completion, o 14% were not looking for employment at the time of their completion. Average wages (before and after completion): o Previous average wages: $12.47 compared to $15.52 post completion (filtered for students who indicated transfer, or continuing studies) Was the Completer s employment related to their field of study? Of those who indicated employment: o 71% indicated their work was very close, to closely related to their field of study. o 29% indicated their employment was not related to their field of study. Employment Permanency: In terms of permanent, temporary or seasonal employment before and after completion: o 51% had permanent employment prior to completion compared to 51% post completion 2 / 30

3 Career Technical Education (CTE) Outcomes Survey 2015 Columbia College 2015 Completers Employment Summary (continued) New for 2015, completers were asked how closely related to their present job was to their recently completed program. Their responses are parsed below by the completers award programs. 2 76% of those who were employed and responded to this question indicated their work was closely related to their prior program of study. Students employed in the same field as their studies/program. If employed, how closely related is your job to your field of study (by completers programs of study)? CIP Code Awards Earned Number of Respondents in the Major Employment Close to Very Closely Related % Working in the Field Wastewater Treatment Plant Operation SAC % Water Resources Management ASOE % Forestry ASOE % Multimedia Technician for Entrepreneurs SAC 1 0% Computer Science - Multimedia Web Design CERT % Computer Science - Computer Support Technician CERT % Baker SAC % Associate Child Development Teacher CERT % Fire Technology ASOE % Fire Technology CERT % Human Services ASOE % Geographic Information Systems ASOE 1 0% GIS Geodatabase Micro-Credential SAC % GIS Geospatial Micro-Credential SAC % Automotive - Electrical Repair SAC % Allied Health AS % Business Management AS % Customer Service Academy SAC % Business Administration - Account Clerk CERT % Total % 2 Definitions: ASOE = Associate of Science-Occupational; CERT = CCCCO approved certificate of at least 12 units or more; AS = Associate Degree; SAC =Skills Attainment Certificate requiring less than 12 units.

4 Question Summary Detail CTE Student Outcomes Survey 2015 Q1. Please provide your address (or phone # if completed via a telephone survey). This question collected the modality of response whether via an notification or a telephone contact and verbal survey. Of the 66 responses received, 53 were gathered via the telephone contacts (80%). The remaining 13 responses were collected via responses from the ed notices (two of the four students, who were contacted via telephone and requested an link, followed up to independently complete and submit their surveys). In 2013 and 2014, the response rate via telephone contacts was much lower, 35% and 65% respectively. Q2. What was your PRIMARY objective in choosing to study at Columbia College? Answered: 64 Skipped: 1 Earn a certificate or degree AND transfer Earn a certificate or degree NOT to transfer.. Earn transfer units with or without getting an Associate Degree Take classes to update job skills or renew a license/permit Answer Choices Earn a certificate or degree AND transfer Earn a certificate or degree NOT to transfer Earn transfer units with or without getting an Associate Degree Take classes to update job skills or renew a license/permit Responses 40.63% % % % 6 Total 64 Q1. Other (please specify) 1 use G.I. Bill before it ran out 2 Expanded horizons. Enabled him to get back out into the workforce. 4 / 30

5 Q3. What program of study (certificate or major) were you pursuing at Columbia College? Answered: 64 Skipped: 1 Responses # % Fire Science % Allied Health % Child Development % Business Administration 6 9.4% Water Treatment 4 6.3% Automotive Technology 3 4.7% Culinary/Hospitality 3 4.7% Digital Graphic arts/multimedia 3 4.7% Forestry and Natural Resources 3 4.7% GIS 3 4.7% Natural Resources 3 4.7% Computer Science 2 3.1% Entrepreneurship 2 3.1% Human Services 1 1.6% Psychology-Business 1 1.6% 5 / 30

6 Q4. How satisfied are you with the education and training you received at Columbia College? Answered: 65 Skipped: 0 Very satisfied Satisfied Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Very Dissatisfied Answer Choices # % Very satisfied % Satisfied % Neither Satisfied nor Dissatisfied % Dissatisfied % Very Dissatisfied % Total 65 6 / 30

7 Q5. Please explain why you were satisfied, or dissatisfied with the education and training you received: Answered: 60 Skipped: 5 Responses (aggregated by theme) # % Excellent instructors and learning environment (e.g., small class sizes) % Applied learning / got a job % Camaraderie/close relationships, availability of instructors and small school 5 6.2% Helpful Staff, Counselors and Administration 5 6.2% Matriculation/Articulation difficult hard to get classes due to cancellations 4 4.9% Needs to be more class offerings. No marketing % Please tell [nursing] students that they need to take their science classes last. If they don't, it isn't easy to refresh their science studies before the TEAS % Satisfied that what I learned was real-world applicable, yet feel that some of the degree specific classes were not necessary % Scheduling/class times worked well 1 1.2% Some classes not available for students who work full time during the day no night 1 1.2% Would like a more hands on and physical academy 1 1.2% 7 / 30

8 Q6. If you are not (will no longer) be enrolled at Columbia College, can you let us know why? (check all that apply) Answered: 64 Skipped: 1 My goals have been met I completed my program or goal Not enough time for classes or study I got a job My job changed I moved or relocated I needed more time to decide what I wanted to do The classes I needed were not available Family,or personal reasons The program was not what I wanted It was taking too long to complete courses I was not prepared for the program or coursework I transferred to another college or university I am still enrolled For financial reasons I took a break but plan to return soon 8 / 30

9 Q6. Aggregated: Check All that Apply Answer Choices: # % My goals have been met I completed my program or goal Not enough time for classes or study I got a job My job changed I moved or relocated I needed more time to decide what I wanted to do The classes I needed were not available Family or personal reasons The program was not what I wanted It was taking too long to complete courses I was not prepared for the program or coursework I transferred to another college or university I am still enrolled For financial reasons I took a break but plan to return soon Total Respondents: % % 1 0.8% % 2 1.7% 2 1.7% 0 0.0% 2 1.7% 2 1.7% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 0 0.0% % % 2 1.7% 6 5.0% % Other reasons, please comment: Cohort through MJC Applying to transfer Received certificates but now has decided to continue on to earn degree Waiting for acceptance in nursing program Still enrolled Looking to take the water board test and get an operator's license Comments: # % % % % % % % 6 100% 9 / 30

10 Q7. Are you currently working (employed)? Answered: 65 Skipped: 0 Yes No Does not Apply Other (please specify) Answer Choices % # Yes % No % Does not Apply % Other (please specify) % Total % % Indicating employment in 2013: 77% % Indicating employment in 2014: 82% Other Comments (please specify) # % Was employed with Autozone before starting college / 30

11 Q8. What best describes your CURRENT employment status? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Self-Employed Employed at one job Employed at more than one job Working, but not for pay Working, but not for pay and seeking employment Answer Choices # % Self-Employed % Employed at one job % Employed at more than one job % Working, but not for pay (care giving, volunteer, etc.) and not seeking paid employment % Working, but not for pay, and seeking paid employment % Total % 11 / 30

12 Q9. How long (in months) did it take you to find a job? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 0 months (I found one by the time I finished) 1-3 months 4-6 months 7-12 months 13+months Answer Choices 0 months (I found one by the time I finished school) 1-3 months 4-6 months 7-12 months 13+months Total # % % % % % % % 12 / 30

13 Q10. If you are currently employed, what is your job title? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 # Responses # Artist 1 Building maintenance 1 Cab driver 1 Childcare Services 5 CSR 1 Entry level analyst 1 Fire Protection Services 8 Forestry 2 GIS Technician 2 Guest Services 3 Hospitality 1 Intern 1 LVN 1 Management/Supervisor 5 Medical Support Services 2 Network Operations 1 Patient Access Representative 1 Quality Auditor 1 Recreation 1 Retail Sales 1 Sanitation Manager 1 Security Services 3 Self-employed 1 Technician 1 Water Management 3 Yoga instructor 1 13 / 30

14 Q11. AFTER leaving Columbia College, did you... Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Obtain an industry certification or licensure in the same field of study Obtain journey- level status in the same field of study Transfer to a different college in the SAME field of study Transfer to a different college in a DIFFERENT field of study None of the above Q11. Answer Choices # % Obtain an industry certification or licensure in the same field of study % Obtain journey-level status in the same field of study % Transfer to a different college in the SAME field of study % Transfer to a different college in a DIFFERENT field of study % None of the above % Total % # Please provide the name of the certification or license. If more than one, please list all. Student s Program: 1 Child Development Certificate. Child Development 1 Assistant Child Development Teacher Child Development 1 Associate's Degree Nursing 1 Fire Tech Certs. CPR, First Responder Fire Technology 2 Level 1 certification Natural 2 EMT certification Resources/Wastewater Fire Technology, Allied Health 14 / 30

15 Q12. What impact did your studies at Columbia College have on your employment? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 I learned skills that enabled me to stay in my current job I learned skills that enabled me to get a promotion at my place of employment I learned skills that enabled me to get a job at a new organization Prepared me to start my own business Prepared me for a possible new job No impact on my employment Other (please specify) Q12. Answer Choices # % I learned skills that enabled me to stay in my current job % I learned skills that enabled me to get a promotion at my place of employment % I learned skills that enabled me to get a job at a new organization % Prepared me to start my own business % Prepared me for a possible new job % No impact on my employment % Other (please specify) % Total % Other (please specify) # % Prepared for next program 1 100% 15 / 30

16 Q13. Did you perform a job search after you finished your courses and training? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Yes, and I found a job Yes, and I still have not found a job No, I was already employed when I finished my courses and training No, I was not looking for employment after I finished my courses and training Not applicable as I am still pursuing my studies Answer Choices # % Yes, and I found a job % Yes, and I still have not found a job % No, I was already employed when I finished my courses and training % No, I was not looking for employment after I finished my courses and training % Not applicable as I am still pursuing my studies % Total % 16 / 30

17 Q14. Is your current job: Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Permanent Temporary Seasonal Answer Choices # % Permanent % Temporary % Seasonal % Total % 17 / 30

18 Q15. Is your current job Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Full time (40 or more hours per week) Part time (20 to 39 hours per week) Part time(less than 20 hours per week Answer Choices # % Full time (40 or more hours per week) % Part time (20 to 39 hours per week) % Part time (less than 20 hours per week) % Total % 20 / 30

19 Q16. What is the HOURLY wage of your current job? (If you are salaried, please convert to hourly wage by dividing your annual salary by 2,000) Answered: 48 Skipped: 17 Responses # % <$ % $ % $16-$ % $21-$ % $26-$ % $31-$ % $36-$ % commission 1 2.1% varies, self employed 1 2.1% N/A 1 2.1% No Idea. "Not good, not terrible." 1 2.1% Volunteer 1 2.1% No comment 1 2.1% $15.06 $17.78 $16.16 $20.00 $11.99 $15.00 Wages 2013: Wages 2014: Wages 2015: Before After After: Before: $ Change % Change Average Hourly Wage 2015: $15.00 $11.99 $ % Average Hourly Wage 2014: $20.00 $16.16 $ % Average Hourly Wage 2013: $17.78 $15.06 $ % 21 / 30

20 Q17. In which 5-digit ZIP code is your current job located? Answered: 48 Skipped: 17 As was true for the past two years, the 2015 completers found employment within the local area: Tuolumne County: 60.1% Calaveras County: 18.8% Stanislaus County: 10.4% Other California: 8.6% Armed Forces: 2.1% Employment Zip Code City # % Sonora % Oakdale % Tuolumne % Angels Camp % Jackson, CA % Twain Harte % San Andreas % Murphys % Copperopolis % Moccasin % Merced % South Lake Tahoe % Ione % Chinese Camp % APO - Armed Forces % Tracy % Soulsbyville % Snelling % Grand Total % 22 / 30

21 Q18. How closely related is your current job to your field of study? Answered: 49 Skipped: 16 Very closely - my current job is in the same field as my coursework and training Close - I used what I learned in my coursework and training even though I am not working in the same exact field Not close - my studies and training are not at all related to my current job Answer Choices Very closely - my current job is in the same field as my coursework and training Close - I used what I learned in my coursework and training even though I am not working in the same exact field Not close - my studies and training are not at all related to my current job Total # % % % % % 23 / 30

22 Q19. Were you employed before attending Columbia College? Answered: 63 Skipped: 2 Yes No Answer Choices Yes No Total # % % % % 24 / 30

23 Q20. Before attending Columbia College, was your job: Answered: 41 Skipped: 24 Full time (40 or more hours per week) Part time (20-39 hours per week) Part time(less than 20 hours per week) Answer Choices Full time (40 or more hours per week) Part time (20-39 hours per week) Part time (less than 20 hours per week) Total # % % % % % 25 / 30

24 Q21. Before attending Columbia College, was your job: Answered: 41 Skipped: 24 Permanent Temporary Seasonal Answer Choices Permanent Temporary seasonal Total # % % % % % 26 / 30

25 Q22. What was the HOURLY wage of your job BEFORE attending Columbia College? (If you were salaried, convert to hourly wages by dividing your annual salary by 2,000) Answered: 39 Skipped: 26 Pay in Dollars per Hour: # % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % % Commission 1 3% N/A 1 3% Total % 30 / 30

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