Universal Technical Institute Selects the Center for Excellence in Education for Faculty Training and Development
Of course the leading career education companies know that one of the most important strategic priorities to achieve growth is increasing the capabilities of their workforce. After more than a year in the making, the Center for Excellence in Education (CEE) has its newest strategic partner.
After an extensive evaluation by its regional education directors and training managers, UTI found CEE would fit their faculty training needs best.
Now is a time of great interest in career and technical education. The United States has profound interests at stake in the health of our 21st century workforce. All educators, regardless of institution type, have received a common mandate to provide their students, no matter their economic status, with the education and skills to compete not only with workers from around the U.S., but from across the globe. So, where do we go from here?
Lockheed Martin’s Craig Quigley, and Retired Army General Barry McCafferty present Philip Cook with the 2006 LDRSHIP Award.
Scholarships provide prospective students with the financial freedom to pursue their educations, and Lockheed Martin, an advanced technology company, is helping make those aspirations possible for students with military service records.