CampusCE Webinar: “From Flatline to Thrive: Revitalizing your Lifelong Learning Program”

  • WHEN: Thursday, August 24th at 2:30PM Eastern/11:30AM Pacific
  • WHAT: 30-45 minute webinar
  • HOW: Send an email to support.team@campusce.com to RSVP

Have you recently taken over a lifelong learning program that isn’t doing well? Or, maybe you are ready to take your program in a different direction? This webinar will look at what one small, two-year college did to turn their Lifelong Learning program around.

Share ideas, and think of your program in a different way.

Presented by Heather Palermo, Director of the Center for Lifelong Learning at Great Falls College MSU in Montana.

Send an email to support.team@campusce.com to RSVP

Email the team at support.team@campusce.com to ask questions about the webinar or ask how your program can streamline operations with CampusCE.

You are invited to attend the Fall 2017 CampusCE Users Group

When: Sunday, October 22, 2017 8:00am-4:00pm
Where: Hilton Doubletree, 1000 NE Multnomah St, Portland, OR 97232
Session Cost: It’s our gift to you!

The Users Group will include best practices covering a variety of topics. This is your opportunity to connect with our team as well as fellow CampusCE users. We promise you will walk away inspired and full of new ideas!

• The Art of Marketing & Design
• Your New Favorite Reports
• Sharing Best Practices

You are encouraged to stay for the Association of Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) 2017 Annual Conference October 23-25th. We are told that first time attendees will receive a promotional rate. For more information, visit: http://acheinc.org/ache2017.

Questions or RSVP? Reach out to us anytime at: support.team@campusce.com.

Looking forward to seeing you in Portland!

CampusCE 2016 Users Group Testimonials:

“It was really great to be able to pick the brains of all the experts in the room for solutions to various challenges. It was also a huge plus to be able to let them know where system improvements need to be made. We really felt listened to!”
—Laura Trubac, ACE Sarasota

“Thank you for putting this together. It was very helpful and there was so much I brought back to implement.”
—Heather Palermo, Great Falls College

“Aside from getting to meet the fabulous staff we speak with, getting to see more examples of what the system can do.”
—Kelly Brundage, ACE Sarasota

“I loved getting to meet the CampusCE team and users just like us! It was helpful to get some feedback from others about how their operations work and how they use CampusCE. Went home with some fresh new ideas for improvements.”
—Heather Carrow, Master the Possibilities

Proud To Announce Its Newest Member: OLLI at Granite State College

SEATTLE – CampusCE is proud to announce its newest Customer in New Hampshire, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Granite State College.

“We are excited to include a new addition to our OLLI community with Granite State College.  We are dedicated to supporting our OLLI communities through membership management, registration, payment and Customer Service,” said Loren Pace, CEO and President of CampusCE.

“The partnership between CampusCE and OLLI at Granite State College promises not only to provide OLLI members with a new-found ability to manage their own class registration and membership ‘purchases’; but also to provide multiple office efficiencies which will enable staff to dedicate more time to volunteer engagement and program enhancement,” said Jane Fletcher, OLLI Program Director, Granite State College.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation:

CampusCE, founded in 1999, is a leader in Cloud-based Continuing Education Software Services and supports many of the most successful continuing education and lifelong learning programs in North America. Our premiere products and services, The CampusCE Collaborative environment, provides support for program management including print and online catalogs, online and in-house registration and payment, big data reporting and warehousing, and assessments.

About OLLI at Granite State College

OLLI at Granite State College (GSC) is a ‘learning for the fun of it,” member-led educational program for lifelong learners age 50+ who are eager to explore ideas and interests in a safe and relaxed environment, with a community of peers. Courses are non-credit. There are no tests, grades, or college prerequisites. Events, social activities and volunteer opportunities enhance member benefits.

OLLI at GSC is one of 119 OLLIs at colleges and universities nationwide, all partially funded by the Bernard Osher Foundation.  It is a self-sustaining organization that is supported by program fees, in-kind contributions from GSC, an endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation, and member donors who believe and invest in the mission of the program.  Granite State College is one of the four institutions that comprise the University System of New Hampshire.

Edmonds Community College Business Training Center Partners with CampusCE

SEATTLE – CampusCE is pleased to announce that Edmonds Community College’s Business Training Center has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

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“We are excited to announce our partnership with CampusCE and The Business Training Center of Edmonds Community College. This partnership allows students the ability to engage in continuing education on their own schedule. It is an important goal of Edmonds Community to help job seekers or those who are already employed improve their skills through affordable and flexible online courses. The Business Training Center has the ability to offer flexible learning opportunities for professional development and career advancement to our students and the community,” said Geri Nelson, Administrative Manager at Edmonds Community College.

“Our Team is thrilled to be able to support The Business Training Center with the addition of new affordable, in-demand continuing education courses.  With today’s fast paced culture, these flexible course options will certainly afford many students an opportunity to take courses when convenient to them,” said Loren Pace, CEO and President of CampusCE.

The Business Training Center of Edmonds Community College provides students with specific job skills training. In addition, we provide high level, quality education to businesses, organizations or individuals looking for training tailored to their particular interests or profession.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation

CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand cloud based software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve millions of  students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions throughout the United States and Canada.

www.campusce.com

About Edmonds Community College’s Business Training Center or “The BTC” provides lifelong learning to individuals and job skills education to businesses, or individuals tailored to their particular interests or professional needs. Training includes post-secondary learning through a wide variety of credit courses, non-degree career training, workforce training, formal personal enrichment courses, and self-directed learning.

http://www.the-btc.com/

CampusCE is Pleased to Announce a Partnership with SUNY Broome Community College’s Division of Continuing Education

SEATTLE – CampusCE is pleased to announce that SUNY Broome Community College’s Division of Continuing Education has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

“We are extremely excited to be working with Janet and the Continuing Education and Workforce Development department at SUNY Broome.  In today’s competitive job market, it’s important to have access to flexible and affordable career training that will give you the skills you need to get the position and career you desire,”said Loren Pace, CEO, of CampusCE Corporation.

“We are pleased to be able to offer this expanded choice of offerings. There are many job related skills programs and certificate programs that will benefit job seekers as well as incumbent workers looking to enhance their job skills,” said Janet Hertzog, Director of Continuing Education and Workforce Development at SUNY Broome Community College.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation:
CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve over 500,000 students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions located in over twenty five states, including state-wide and regional systems such as the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and the Washington State Community and Technical College system for which we serve eighteen of the largest institutions. CampusCE also specializes in working with membership based Lifelong Learning organizations. CampusCE’s products are offered on an on-demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) basis.

www.campusce.com

About SUNY Broome Community College
SUNY Broome’s Continuing Education department has a long tradition of offering quality non-credit classes and business and industry training to the community. For over 30 years, we have monitored the needs and interests of Broome County residents to provide the most up-to-date and innovative programming possible.

CampusCE Partners with Gateway Community & Technical College’s Corporate College

SEATTLE – CampusCE is pleased to announce that Gateway Community & Technical College’s Corporate College has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

“In addition to using our Education Management System, CampusCE is pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with Gateway’s Corporate College to support their mission of providing affordable and flexible online learning to their community of learners,” said Loren Pace, CEO of CampusCE Corporation.

“An important goal of Gateway’s Corporate College is to help job seekers or those who are already employed improve their skills through affordable and flexible online courses.  We are excited to expand our offerings to the community by partnering with CampusCE to deliver high-quality on demand online training,” said Christi Dover, Workforce Learning Systems Manager.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation

CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand cloud based software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve millions of  students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions throughout the United States and Canada.

www.campusce.com

About Gateway Community and Technical College Corporate College

Gateway Community and Technical College’s Corporate College is nationally recognized by the National Council of Workforce Education and the Community College Futures Assembly for excellence in training.  With programs and services that address the full spectrum of needs faced by business and industry as well as programs for individuals who want to upgrade their skills, we are training Kentucky’s workforce today for the jobs of tomorrow.

http://gateway.kctcs.edu/CorporateCollege

CampusCE Partners with Butler Community College

SEATTLE – CampusCE is pleased to announce that Butler Community College’s Business Education & Training Analysis (BETA) division has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

“Our new partnership with Butler Community College is an opportunity for CampusCE to support expansion for the BETA department’s efforts to bring new quality online professional training courses to the learners in the state of Kansas,” said Loren Pace, CEO and President of CampusCE.

“We saw this as a great opportunity to become one of the premier online professional development resources in the Midwest,” said Jon Cressler, BETA Chief Business Development Officer.  To view a complete list of all professional training courses, visit our website at http://www.campusce.net/butler/category/category.aspx?C=&S=3.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation:

CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve over 500,000 students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions located in over twenty five states, including state-wide and regional systems such as the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and the Washington State Community and Technical College system for which we serve eighteen of the largest institutions. CampusCE also specializes in working with membership based Lifelong Learning organizations. CampusCE’s products are offered on an on-demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) basis.

www.campusce.com

About Butler Community College

Butler Community College, with nearly 10,000 students, is the second largest community college in the state. It offers nearly 90 degree programs and 30 professional certification programs. The college’s main campus is in El Dorado, but it has centers in five other communities. For more information about Butler, visit www.butlercc.edu, on Facebook and Twitter (@butlercc).

OCCC Partners with CampusCE

Oklahoma City– Oklahoma City Community College’s (OCCC) Community Development division is pleased to announce that it has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

“We are extremely excited to announce this new partnership with CampusCE. By providing flexible learning opportunities to our students and the community at large, we are furthering our ability to allow students to engage in continuing education on their own schedule,” said OCCC Vice President for Community Development, Steven Bloomberg. “We will now have the ability to offer flexible online training in some of our most valuable professional development and career advancement fields.”

“CampusCE is very pleased to partner with Oklahoma City Community College to provide our substantial e-Learning catalog for the benefit of OCCC’s learning community. With so many learners needing to retrain, maintain and improve their workplace skills to stay competitive in the marketplace, CampusCE and OCCC are partnering to provide digital learning solutions to drive down the costs and make education more efficient to support getting students out into the workforce and using their improved skills sooner.”

To learn more about workforce development classes offered at OCCC, visit www.occc.edu/pdi.

About Oklahoma City Community College

OCCC serves more than 28,000 people each year. The college offers a full range of associate degree programs that prepare students to transfer to baccalaureate institutions while other degree and certificate programs prepare students for immediate employment in a variety of fields. At OCCC, students receive a quality education with small class sizes, dedicated teachers and leadership opportunities. Students can choose from more than 80 major fields of study and participate in any of the 40+ clubs and organizations and attend events such as the annual Arts Festival Oklahoma.

The Professional Development Institute (PDI) at Oklahoma City Community College is dedicated to enhancing economic growth and the quality of life for businesses and individuals by providing timely, cost effective, highly focused education, training and consulting services to improve workforce skill levels. The PDI utilizes a network of partners with extensive resources which provides our capacity and ability to deliver successful and sustainable problem-solving services to every industry and company size. We design and deliver innovations, improvements, and solutions with a commitment to ongoing performance support that work best for your business, locally, nationally and internationally. For more information about OCCC, visit www.occc.edu.

About CampusCE Corporation:

CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve over 500,000 students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions located in over twenty-five states, including statewide and regional systems such as the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and the Washington State Community and Technical College system for which we serve 18 of the largest institutions. CampusCE also specializes in working with membership based Lifelong Learning organizations. CampusCE’s products are offered on an on-demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) basis. To learn more, visit www.campusce.com.

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CampusCE Announces Partnership with University of North Alabama

CampusCE is proud to announce its partnership with the Office of Continuing Education at the University of North Alabama. UNA’s Continuing Education program offers contract training, professional development certifications as well as opportunities for community members to explore new interests or build on existing ones. “Lifelong learning” and service to the community define what continuing education at UNA is all about.

CampusCE Thrilled to Announce Partnership with Pueblo Community College

SEATTLE – CampusCE is thrilled to announce that Pueblo Community College’s Economic & Workforce Development Department (EWDD) has established a partnership with CampusCE, a leading cloud-based provider of registration software solutions to continuing education, workforce development and lifelong learning institutions nationwide.

“CampusCE is pleased to have the opportunity to collaborate with Pueblo Community College to extend the college’s eLearning offering to the college’s community of learners,” said Loren Pace, CEO of CampusCE Corporation.

Importantly for PCC, teaming with CampusCE also gives it a new means of providing quality, non-credit programs that are already established, saving it considerable inputs of time and expense needed to develop them.

“PCC is excited to partner with CampusCE to provide hundreds of new online training opportunities to our students and community,” said Amanda Corum, Director of PCC’s EWDD. “This also will enable us to extend our reach outside our regional market, even to other states.”

Through the partnership, PCC will offer on-demand online training courses to meet the needs of its market. For a full listing of courses offered, visit the CampusCE website at http://www.campusce.net/pueblocc/category/category.aspx?C=&S=3.

Notes to Editors:

About CampusCE Corporation
CampusCE designs, develops and hosts a suite of on-demand software services for educational institutions such as community colleges, continuing education departments, professional development programs, and online education businesses. Our mission is to help educational and training institutions increase revenue, efficiency and productivity for their administrators through innovative technology.

The company’s software products have been developed in direct collaboration with its customers and have been in use since 2002 and our products serve over 500,000 students annually. CampusCE partners with higher education institutions located in over twenty five states, including state-wide and regional systems such as the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, and the Washington State Community and Technical College system for which we serve eighteen of the largest institutions. CampusCE also specializes in working with membership based Lifelong Learning organizations. CampusCE’s products are offered on an on-demand, Software as a Service (SaaS) basis. www.campusce.com

About Pueblo Community College
Founded in 1933, Pueblo Community College is a premier teaching institution focused on providing academic and service excellence, without discrimination, to help its students acquire the 21st Century skills needed to better their lives. An educational and technological leader, PCC fosters economic development and utilizes strong partnerships in the communities it serves through its Pueblo, Fremont and Southwest campuses.