Business Employment Program
Stage 5
Jennifer Norris or Tony Yee

Assessment Activities

Assessment Methods

External data (such as scholarship application rates and placement rates), database reports and manual counts

Assessment Description1. The number of San Francisco area employers contacted through the E-Report were tabulated in October and December.The E-Report is an Access database report which tracks the number of employers who receive monthly summary reports of student resumes.Totals: October 1,046 employers contacted; December 1,015 employers contacted.

2. Additional employers contacted were tracked through the “Resumes Sent” Report and the Job Matching Job Log Report.These Access database reports track additional employers who receive resumes for specific job openings and additional employers who list a job with the expectation of receiving resumes (outside of the Job Stop website).

Totals: October 56 additional employers were contacted, December 25 additional employers were contacted.

Total employers contacted: October 1,102; December 1,040

3. The total number of job openings made available to Business students were tracked on the Business Department Job Stop website. October jobs posted on website: 170; December jobs posted on website: 155
Learning Outcomes1. Develop and strengthen relationships with San Francisco area employers to result in job opportunities for Business students.
Number of Individualsthree
Data SummaryThe total number of San Francisco area employers contacted in October was 1,102. The total number of San Francisco area employers contacted in December was 1,040.

The total number of jobs made available to Business students in October was 170. The tottal jobs made available to Business students in December was 155.

Data Analysis

Data Shared With
  • Faculty and staff within the same program (at CCSF)
  • Faculty and Chair outside of the program but within the same department.
Data Sharing Methods
  • Face-to-face meetings
  • Email
  • Shared document files
Next Steps PlannedThe assessment showed that the program is working well and the PSLOs are being exceeded. The December assessment date for Part B of Outcome One will be changed to November to allow for a full month of tracking.

Unfortunately, at a great loss for student employment, the primary person responsible for locating and posting jobs and managing the Job Stop website was laid off. With this loss employer and student job services are curtailed and the Job Stop website itself had to be eliminated. To address this, students and employers will now be referred to a college wide job website AfterCollege, however it is anticipated there will be a sharp drop in the number of employers posting jobs, and a resulting drop in students using the site.
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.

Changes

Categories
  • Updated and refined outcomes
  • Adoptednew practices
DetailsStudents and employers will now be referred to a college wide job website AfterCollege instead of the Business Department Job Stop website.
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.

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