Business Employment Program
Stage 5
Jennifer Norris or Tony Yee

Assessments

Assessment Methods

Extensive Student Employment Survey

Assessment DetailsOutcome One will be assessed in the spring semester as it was in fall semester. Outcomes Two and Three will be assessed in Spring only as follows:

Survey students from at least three classes in each of the following four Business programs with a minimum of 200 students responding

o Accounting

o General Business

o Office Technology and Computer Applications

o Real Estate

The online Student Employment Survey will provide data which can be assessed to evaluate the use and effectiveness of the BEP in increasing student knowledge of jobs and skill requirements in the business field. Survey results will also determine if students apply this knowledge to determine further training or education is needed.

Among the areas surveyed will be

• Percentage of business students surveyed who use the service

Of those students who use the service

• Ranked scale rating of student increase in knowledge of skill requirements needed for hire in their area of training.

• Ranked scale rating of student ability to identify gaps in skills or experience where further training is needed.

• Ranked scale rating of student increase in knowledge of types of business related jobs available in San Francisco area.

The survey will also include information which will contribute to the department’s overall assessment of the effectiveness of the abovementioned seven training programs to prepare students for employment. Areas of the survey that will contribute to department assessment of the seven programs include

Data for the number of credit Business students who have left the college

o To transfer to another college or university to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree

o Because they have been hired into a job

Data for students who have been hired into a job and

o How closely related to their field of study the job is

o If the courses and training they received benefit their career plan

o If their salary or job status has improved after completing coursework

Percentage of students who receive interviews related to training

Percentage of students who are hired into business related jobs
Learning Outcomes1. Develop and strengthen relationships with San Francisco area employers to result in job opportunities for Business students.

2. Students will be able to survey local job openings to increase their knowledge of the skill requirements needed for hire into business related jobs.

3. Students will be able to independently access and apply for jobs that correspond to department training programs.
CriteriaCriteria for Success

Outcome One

The Business Employment Program will be in contact with a minimum of 700 San Francisco area employers each month. From these employers, at least 50 jobs will be posted on the program website each month.

Outcome Two

A minimum of 60% of students surveyed who use the Business Employment Program website will increase their knowledge of the skill requirements needed for hire into local business related jobs.

Outcome Three

A minimum of 80% of students surveyed who use the Business Employment Program website will be able to independently access and apply for jobs that correspond to their department training program.

Data Review

Data Shared With

Faculty and staff within the same program (at CCSF), faculty outside of the programn but within the Business Dept

Sharing Methods
  • Face-to-face meetings
  • Email
  • Phone, review of database records
DescriptionAfter May 5 the results of the student surveys will be reviewed by the department dean or chair. Changes or improvements to the program will be discussed at this time

Changes

Change Types

use of AfterCollege job website

DetailsUse AfterCollege job website instead of Business Department Job Stop website
Learning OutcomesAll outcomes.

1. Develop and strengthen relationships with San Francisco area employers to result in job opportunities for Business students.

2. Students will be able to survey local job openings to increase their knowledge of the skill requirements needed for hire into business related jobs.

3. Students will be able to independently access and apply for jobs that correspond to department training programs.

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