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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 PHM's regional offices are involved in various outreach activities that are tailored regional staffing needs and opportunities. Outreach activities are wide-ranging and have included: + acting as a judge for a high school science competition+ participating at a university event for Global GIS Day + building partnerships at a community level, for ex: PEO Chapters, North Bay & District Multicultural Centre OUTREACH Currently, we are following our student in a pilot launch of the program. As we get feedback, we will expand and develop the program to ensure a positive experience for all stakeholders. Other transportation agencies, such as Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation, have found long-term retention success among high school students who have completed summer and co-op placements. Specialist High Skills Program (SHSM) Developed by AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Professionals), TRAC and RIDES are applied science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs for students in grades K-12. The program provides schools with curricula and resources, as well as contacts with engineers to make classrooms visits. DSO is in a partnership with the Ministry of Education to bring TRAC and RIDES to Ontario schools. This project is in the research stages as the Ministry of Education is reviewing the module material against the Ontario Curriculum. Once DSO receives confirmation that programmaterial is in line with the current curriculum, we will connect with teaching professionals to create an implementation strategy. Pilot opportunities are expected to begin in the 2015-2016 school year. TRAC & RIDES programs Outreach activities are wide-rangingand have included: Regional Outreach Ontario Civil Construction Careers Institute (OCCCI) Partnership Grades 11 & 12 Students SpecialistHigh Skills Major (SHSM) TRAC & RIDESPrograms High SchoolStudents K - Grade 12 & K - Grade 8Students High School, College & University Students Developed by AASHTO (American Association of State Highway and Transportation Professionals), TRAC and RIDES are applied Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs for students. The program provides schools with curricula, materials and contacts with engineers to make classrooms visits. Currently the Ministry of Education is reviewing module content against the curriculum. DSO aims to start pilot opportunities in the 2015-2016 school year. Program Target Group 17 Construction Industry Associations DSO works with various sector groups through the Ontario Civil Constructions Institute(OCCCI) to market careers in construction and civil engineering to students. The objective is to promote MTO as a potential employer for students during college/university co-op placements and after graduation. Ontario universities, colleges, local organizations SHSM allows students to work in an industry sector aligned with their skills and interests. Specifically, through the Construction Major stream, students focus on engineering or construction-related learning opportunities. DSO is currently following a student in the pilot launch of SHSM for PHM. As DSO receives feedback,it will expand the program to ensure positive experiences for all stakeholders. Partners Type of Delivery + Classroom activities+ Guest engineers in classrooms + High school visits: Equipment simulation Ontario Youth Apprenticeship presentations + Co-op program: 2 credits 1 semester 3 hrs everyday + High school competitions+ MTO guest lectures + Campus visits & more Program Overview Infrastructure Opportunities Partnership (IOP) Civil EngUniversity Students 6 Industry Assocs representing owners, consultants & contractors + Rotational summer internship program IOP is a partnership between 6 organizations: MTO, Municipal Engineers of Ontario (MEA), OntarioGood Roads Association (OGRA), Ontario Road Builders Association (ORBA), Ontario PublicWorks Association (OPWA) and the Consulting Engineers of Ontario (CEO). These organizations represent owners (i.e., MTO), consultants and contractors. An employerpartnership consists of an owner, consultant and contractor in a particular geographic area. Students complete 3 four-month summer work terms one with each partner. DSO : Talent Strategy 2014 PP. 3
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