Fresno-Madera K-16 Collaborative Projects

As of today, Fresno-Madera K-16 has approved an extraordinary total of 22 projects that help build better futures for Fresno’s students. These impactful projects showcase a strong variety of impressive careers paths in high-demand, higher wage jobs in Fresno County.

 

From accounting and engineering to becoming a single-subject teacher, the projects make sure that there is a pathway for any student, no matter what their career goals are. The K-16 Collaborative brings the ambitions of the next generation to fruition by working in intersegmental partnerships with the academic institutions that define Fresno County.

Learn about the K-16 Collaborative projects

Project Highlights

  • Project #1

    Expanding Opportunities in High-Quality Pathways

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    A partnership with Fresno Unified School District dedicated to offering students guided pathways featuring dual enrollment credit, work-based learning opportunities, and an education that aligns with regional workforce needs, particularly in STEM-related fields. 

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  • Project #4

    Dual Enrollment Accounting and Financial Management Project

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    In this specialty program focused solely on the Accounting and Financial Management pathway, Fresno City College has collaborated with us to create a dual enrollment program to support our K-12 feeder schools.

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  • Project #7a

    Fresno State Accounting/Finance Pathways

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    This Fresno State Accounting program with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion will support students looking to earn bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, with Accounting or Finance Options. 

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  • Project #8

    Keys to Dynamic Guided Pathways: Intersegmental Success Teams

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    Clovis Community College’s single-subject teachers project focuses on STEM teaching pathways. A central directive of this project is the recruitment and support of underrepresented students living in low opportunity zones.

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  • Project #11

    Dual Enrollment Teach Upskilling Pathway – MA degrees for English High School Teachers

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    Through partnerships with National University and Fresno Pacific University, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium works to develop a larger number of high school teachers with master’s degrees so that they can expand dual enrollment coursework.

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  • Project #13b

    Clovis Unified School District Single Subject STEM Teacher Pathway

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    Clovis Unified School District collaborated with Clovis Community College and Fresno Pacific to create a guided, cohort-modeled pathway into careers in education for their students interested in teaching single-subject, STEM coursework.

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  • Project #15

    UC Outreach: Increasing Transfer Pathways

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    A project focused on expanded pathways for transfer students.

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  • Project #18

    Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers and MA Degrees for Math High School Teachers 2.0

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    Central Valley Higher Education Consortium works in collaboration with several universities to provide current high school teachers the opportunity to receive a master’s degree in English or mathematics so that they can teach dual enrollment courses on their current campuses.

    Learn More
  • Project #21

    Virtual Dual Enrollment Hub

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    An online portal that creates accessible equity for all public Fresno County high school students to have an opportunity to successfully take Dual Enrollment classes and be supported in their journey.

    Learn More
  • Project #2

    Engineering Pathways to the Future – Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement

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    An ideal program for future engineers, this collaboration with Sanger Unified School District was built to enhance STEM outreach at the elementary and middle school level by increasing access for under-served students.

    Learn More
  • Project #5

    Engineering Pathways to the Future – Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement

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    This collaboration with Reedley College will increase and diversify the amount of students pursuing engineering by offering guided pathways to skill certification, associate degrees, and bachelor’s degrees.

    Learn More
  • Project #7b

    Pathways for Teachers and Equitable Access to STEM Resources in the COVID Era

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    This unique program with Fresno State helps young people who have encountered significant barriers in life pursue a career as a STEM teacher.

    Learn More
  • Project #9

    Building Pathways for Degree Attainment, Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers and MA Degrees for Math High School Teachers 2.0, Adult Learners

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    A collaboration with Fresno Pacific University that offers an 18-month-long Masters of Arts degree in math education for 30 different high school teachers so that they can teach dual enrollment.

    Learn More
  • Project #12

    Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers

    Read More

    National University’s collaboration works to increase the number of high school teachers with master’s degrees who are thus eligible to teach dual enrollment coursework on high school campuses. Specifically, this program focuses on English.

    Learn More
  • Project #13c

    Clovis Unified Business and Finance Pathway

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    Clovis Unified School District’s collaboration offers a dynamic, established Business and Finance CTE Pathway, which provides education across topics like Financial Literacy and Business and Finance Internships.

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  • Project #16

    Cradle to Career Unique ID Project: Intersegmental Support of Fresno-Madera K-16

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    This collaboration with Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and the Cradle to Career Unique ID Project works to collect data on dual enrollment, higher education after dual enrollment, key collegiate success factors, and the promotion of equity.

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  • Project #19

    UC Merced/CVHEC Community College Transfer Project

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    Through significant support, dual enrollment, and shared assets, UC Merced and Central Valley Higher Education Consortium work to make transferring to a four-year institution feasible for students.

    Learn More
  • Project #22

    Teachers of Color – Alliance of Educational Empowerment (TCAEE)

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    This collaboration with Central Unified establishes an equity-oriented pipeline to support minority students to become teachers—starting in middle school through completion of the credential program—by implementing an important research-based positive support practice.

    Learn More
  • Project #3

    Central Unified K-16 Collaborative

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    This collaboration with Central Unified School District works to bridge labor market gaps in prioritized industries including accounting and financial management, engineering, and education by offering dual enrollment.

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  • Project #6

    Accounting and Financial Management – Adult Learners and Dual Enrollment

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    UMass Global collaboration supports adult learners, high school students, and community college students on Accounting career paths. It promotes “prior learning assessment/credit.”

    Learn More
  • Project #7c

    Broadening Participation and Success in Engineering and Construction Management Education and Careers

    Read More

    A Fresno State program that works to bring diverse engineers and construction managers into the profession by offering attentive and unwavering support to under-represented students. 

    Learn More
  • Project #10

    Dual Enrollment – FCSS Support for High School Teachers to Complete Masters in English and Mathematics

    Read More

    This collaboration with Fresno County Superintendents of Schools works to develop partnerships that provide streamlined programs for high school faculty to earn their master’s degree in the two high need disciplines of English and math.

    Learn More
  • Project #13a

    Clovis Unified Collaboration to increase MA degrees for high school English, math and business teachers to improve the delivery of dual enrollment

    Read More

    This Clovis Unified School District project focuses on giving high school teachers accelerated opportunities to receive master’s degrees. The program specifically focuses on the teachers of English, Math Education, and Business Administration.

    Learn More
  • Project #14

    Adult Learners

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    The State Center Community College District and State Center Adult Education Consortium works to support the employability, educational access, and socioeconomic mobility of adult learners through this project.

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  • Project #17

    Overarching Race Equity Inclusion

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    This collaboration with Fresno City College and Central Valley Higher Education Consortium specifically focuses on supporting Black and African American, LatinX, Native American, and Southeast Asian students by closing equity gaps that they face. 

    Learn More
  • Project #20

    Engineering Pathways to the Future: Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement with JFF

    Read More

    A collaboration with Reedley College that promotes engineering pathways by building interest in students.

    Learn More
  • Project #1

    Expanding Opportunities in High-Quality Pathways

    Read More

    A partnership with Fresno Unified School District dedicated to offering students guided pathways featuring dual enrollment credit, work-based learning opportunities, and an education that aligns with regional workforce needs, particularly in STEM-related fields. 

    Learn More
  • Project #2

    Engineering Pathways to the Future – Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement

    Read More

    An ideal program for future engineers, this collaboration with Sanger Unified School District was built to enhance STEM outreach at the elementary and middle school level by increasing access for under-served students.

    Learn More
  • Project #3

    Central Unified K-16 Collaborative

    Read More

    This collaboration with Central Unified School District works to bridge labor market gaps in prioritized industries including accounting and financial management, engineering, and education by offering dual enrollment.

    Learn More
  • Project #4

    Dual Enrollment Accounting and Financial Management Project

    Read More

    In this specialty program focused solely on the Accounting and Financial Management pathway, Fresno City College has collaborated with us to create a dual enrollment program to support our K-12 feeder schools.

    Learn More
  • Project #5

    Engineering Pathways to the Future – Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement

    Read More

    This collaboration with Reedley College will increase and diversify the amount of students pursuing engineering by offering guided pathways to skill certification, associate degrees, and bachelor’s degrees.

    Learn More
  • Project #6

    Accounting and Financial Management – Adult Learners and Dual Enrollment

    Read More

    UMass Global collaboration supports adult learners, high school students, and community college students on Accounting career paths. It promotes “prior learning assessment/credit.”

    Learn More
  • Project #7a

    Fresno State Accounting/Finance Pathways

    Read More

    This Fresno State Accounting program with a focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion will support students looking to earn bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration, with Accounting or Finance Options. 

    Learn More
  • Project #7b

    Pathways for Teachers and Equitable Access to STEM Resources in the COVID Era

    Read More

    This unique program with Fresno State helps young people who have encountered significant barriers in life pursue a career as a STEM teacher.

    Learn More
  • Project #7c

    Broadening Participation and Success in Engineering and Construction Management Education and Careers

    Read More

    A Fresno State program that works to bring diverse engineers and construction managers into the profession by offering attentive and unwavering support to under-represented students. 

    Learn More
  • Project #8

    Keys to Dynamic Guided Pathways: Intersegmental Success Teams

    Read More

    Clovis Community College’s single-subject teachers project focuses on STEM teaching pathways. A central directive of this project is the recruitment and support of underrepresented students living in low opportunity zones.

    Learn More
  • Project #9

    Building Pathways for Degree Attainment, Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers and MA Degrees for Math High School Teachers 2.0, Adult Learners

    Read More

    A collaboration with Fresno Pacific University that offers an 18-month-long Masters of Arts degree in math education for 30 different high school teachers so that they can teach dual enrollment.

    Learn More
  • Project #10

    Dual Enrollment – FCSS Support for High School Teachers to Complete Masters in English and Mathematics

    Read More

    This collaboration with Fresno County Superintendents of Schools works to develop partnerships that provide streamlined programs for high school faculty to earn their master’s degree in the two high need disciplines of English and math.

    Learn More
  • Project #11

    Dual Enrollment Teach Upskilling Pathway – MA degrees for English High School Teachers

    Read More

    Through partnerships with National University and Fresno Pacific University, the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium works to develop a larger number of high school teachers with master’s degrees so that they can expand dual enrollment coursework.

    Learn More
  • Project #12

    Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers

    Read More

    National University’s collaboration works to increase the number of high school teachers with master’s degrees who are thus eligible to teach dual enrollment coursework on high school campuses. Specifically, this program focuses on English.

    Learn More
  • Project #13a

    Clovis Unified Collaboration to increase MA degrees for high school English, math and business teachers to improve the delivery of dual enrollment

    Read More

    This Clovis Unified School District project focuses on giving high school teachers accelerated opportunities to receive master’s degrees. The program specifically focuses on the teachers of English, Math Education, and Business Administration.

    Learn More
  • Project #13b

    Clovis Unified School District Single Subject STEM Teacher Pathway

    Read More

    Clovis Unified School District collaborated with Clovis Community College and Fresno Pacific to create a guided, cohort-modeled pathway into careers in education for their students interested in teaching single-subject, STEM coursework.

    Learn More
  • Project #13c

    Clovis Unified Business and Finance Pathway

    Read More

    Clovis Unified School District’s collaboration offers a dynamic, established Business and Finance CTE Pathway, which provides education across topics like Financial Literacy and Business and Finance Internships.

    Learn More
  • Project #14

    Adult Learners

    Read More

    The State Center Community College District and State Center Adult Education Consortium works to support the employability, educational access, and socioeconomic mobility of adult learners through this project.

    Learn More
  • Project #15

    UC Outreach: Increasing Transfer Pathways

    Read More

    A project focused on expanded pathways for transfer students.

    Learn More
  • Project #16

    Cradle to Career Unique ID Project: Intersegmental Support of Fresno-Madera K-16

    Read More

    This collaboration with Fresno County Superintendent of Schools and the Cradle to Career Unique ID Project works to collect data on dual enrollment, higher education after dual enrollment, key collegiate success factors, and the promotion of equity.

    Learn More
  • Project #17

    Overarching Race Equity Inclusion

    Read More

    This collaboration with Fresno City College and Central Valley Higher Education Consortium specifically focuses on supporting Black and African American, LatinX, Native American, and Southeast Asian students by closing equity gaps that they face. 

    Learn More
  • Project #18

    Dual Enrollment Teacher Upskilling Pathway – MA Degrees for English High School Teachers and MA Degrees for Math High School Teachers 2.0

    Read More

    Central Valley Higher Education Consortium works in collaboration with several universities to provide current high school teachers the opportunity to receive a master’s degree in English or mathematics so that they can teach dual enrollment courses on their current campuses.

    Learn More
  • Project #19

    UC Merced/CVHEC Community College Transfer Project

    Read More

    Through significant support, dual enrollment, and shared assets, UC Merced and Central Valley Higher Education Consortium work to make transferring to a four-year institution feasible for students.

    Learn More
  • Project #20

    Engineering Pathways to the Future: Building Interest, Engagement and Achievement with JFF

    Read More

    A collaboration with Reedley College that promotes engineering pathways by building interest in students.

    Learn More
  • Project #21

    Virtual Dual Enrollment Hub

    Read More

    An online portal that creates accessible equity for all public Fresno County high school students to have an opportunity to successfully take Dual Enrollment classes and be supported in their journey.

    Learn More
  • Project #22

    Teachers of Color – Alliance of Educational Empowerment (TCAEE)

    Read More

    This collaboration with Central Unified establishes an equity-oriented pipeline to support minority students to become teachers—starting in middle school through completion of the credential program—by implementing an important research-based positive support practice.

    Learn More
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