|Plan 2008: GOAL V: INCREASE THE NUMBER OF FACULTY, ACADEMIC STAFF, CLASSIFIED STAFF AND ADMINISTRATORS OF COLOR, SO THAT THEY ARE REPRESENTED IN THE UW SYSTEM WORKFORCE IN PROPORTION TO THEIR CURRENT AVAILABILITY IN RELEVANT JOB POOLS. IN ADDITION, WORK TO INCREASE THEIR FUTURE AVAILABILITY AS POTENTIAL EMPLOYEES.|
|RELATED INSTITUTIONAL Plan 2008 GOAL (UW-W New Initiative and Expanded Activity #6):
· Encourage recruitment of and professional development and upward mobility opportunities for classified staff and limited term employees (LTE's) of color.
|Name of Department(s)||Human Resources
All Campus Units
|Target Group||Classified Staff and LTE’s|
|Total Number Served|
|Time Line||Academic Year and Summer|
|Duration of Program||Continuing|
|Program Cost and Funding Sources||Private Industry Council
Federal Grant Funding (Project SWEETT)
1. Work with Private Industry Council to develop a plan to provide training for individuals who would be potential candidates for classified positions on campus.
|EXPECTED OUTCOMES OR NEED FOR INITIATIVE/PROGRAM||
· Numbers of classified employees and LTE’s who are individuals of color. The numbers in each category should increase.
|ACTUAL OUTCOMES OR EFFECTIVES OF IMPLEMENTATION ACTIVITIES||Currently, we have ________ classified employees who are individuals of color. This is an increase from ____ in 1998.
Project SWEETT is working with UW-W, local school districts, and community agencies to help identify and support potential teachers and paraprofessionals. The project can also help prepare individuals for opportunities to seek classified and LTE positions on campus.
|FACTORS INFLUENCING PROGRAM OUTCOMES
||One factor is the availability of qualified individuals of color within the UW-W geographical area. Efforts with community agencies and through the SWEETT grant can help those individuals of color within the area to become qualified.|
|FUTURE PLANS; WILL YOU DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY, IF SO, WHY|