CCID Educational Partner
CCID Educational Partner membership status is open to centralized state, provincial, or regional governing offices of community, technical, or vocational college systems, districts, provinces or regions which do not directly enroll students. This primarily considers offices that function to interpret and enforce national, state, provincial, or regional education policies.
This membership category applies to the employees of the particular office and does not extend to employees of the institutions that the office represents or governs.
If your organization is interested in becoming an Educational Partner, please contact us
with your request for more information. The annual fee for an Educational Partner is $300 USD.
Educational Partner Benefits:
- CCID website listing and acknowledgement
- Member rates for CCID events
- Priority status and invitations to participate in programs and opportunities
- Access to CCID network and resources
- Promotional opportunities through CCID publications and media
Institute of Community Colleges, Thailand
CCID Educational Partners:
Community Colleges of Spokane is a dynamic, 12,300-square-mile state community college district that includes Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College and six rural education sites, serving residents in Pend Oreille, Stevens, Whitman, Ferry and parts of Lincoln counties. CCS offers high-quality academic transfer, career-technical and eLearning degrees and certificate programs; business and community training; and adult literacy programs throughout northeastern Washington.
Edulink Consultants is a multi-faceted global educational services company that aims to take higher education to a new level. Planned and executed in conjunction with an eye on the future, Edulink builds strategic partnerships with renowned academic institutions from across the globe, and partners them in their foray into the Arab, Asian and African countries in sync with the values of the region.
The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) was created by the Kentucky Postsecondary Education Improvement Act of 1997 (House Bill 1). Our 16 colleges and on more than 70 campuses are deeply rooted in the educational history and tradition of Kentucky.
Michigan Community College Association (MCCA) is a network-centric organization with entrepreneurial centers of excellence (Center for Student Success, Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative, Michigan New Jobs Training Program, and a new Center for Global Initiatives) that are bee-hived around the ‘hub’, the core of the MCCA, that is focused on legislative and public advocacy.
The Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) provides technical, academic and adult education and training focused on building a well-educated, globally competitive workforce for Georgia. TCSG’s International Center for Technical Education enhances the worldwide outreach of the system office and the state’s 22 technical colleges.