5 Demands for Your Educational Partner

by Chris Dwyer, VP of CTU Educational Alliances

CTU Educational Alliances - 5 Things to DemandFast-acting companies are investing in their employees through discounts on education, tuition grants and now, most importantly, educational partnerships.

While a basic discount and waived application fees are nice, the most effective educational partners are ones that bring more to the table. Instead of following a cookie-cutter approach, they have the flexibility to deliver solutions that best fit your needs.

When you evaluate educational partners, make these five demands to strike the most beneficial relationship.

  • Educational Technology
  • Real-World Faculty Members
  • Strong Tie To Career Services
  • Support Mobile Lifestyles
  • Reporting

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