HOW TO BUILD DIGITAL MEDIA DUAL ENROLLMENT THROUGH COLLEGE & CAREER ACCESS PATHWAY PARTNERSHIPS
November 13, 2020
Digital Media classes are among the most popular electives in California high schools, and demand for them is growing in dual enrollment offerings. Coastline College’s dual enrollment program opens the door to many high school students from local districts to earn 9 and 12-unit certificates before they graduate high school. As students prepare for entry-level positions they will be equally prepared to transfer to a 4-year college.
Professor Angela Gomez-Holbrook, and Don Bui, Dual Enrollment Director will share their experience in developing digital media dual enrollment with K-12 partners through the College & Career Access Pathways partnerships. Learn all about Coastline’s new AA degree and certificate of achievement available for spring 2021 and how they are successfully placing students in internship and job shadowing opportunities.
02:50 – Department Background
06:47 – Engaging High School Faculty
08:30 – Developing the Dual Enrollment Program
12:37 – College & Career Access Pathways Partnerships
20:47 – Sample Schedule for IGETC Completion
25:12 – Dual Enrollment Setup
27:49 – Funding
31:33 – Staff for Dual Enrollment
39:04 – Q&A