Partnership with ed2go highlights Culver-Stockton College's commitment to providing affordable online education that enables students to gain in-demand employability skills.
Culver-Stockton College today announced a new strategic partnership with ed2go, a leading provider of adult online education and part of Cengage Group, to expand online training opportunities across in-demand industries. Culver Stockton College will offer hundreds of affordable non-credit online courses through the agreement.
“This partnership is a natural fit,” said Dr. Kim Gaither, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Culver-Stockton College. “We understand the value of career training in today’s ever-changing job market and the need to provide flexible options for today’s learners to quickly and effectively upskill or reskill to expand their employment opportunities. Ed2go has a proven background that will help us to meet our communities’ learning needs best.”
Ed2go partners with many academic institutions to provide innovative, relevant courses that align with the tri-state job market demand and cover a variety of industries, such as project management, healthcare, technology skills, and childcare. Programs range from career and certification training to personal and professional development courses focusing on teaching transferable and in-demand skills. The fully online model allows students to learn anytime, anywhere. Students have the option for self-paced and instructor-led courses and have opportunities for collaboration with instructors and other learners.
“Through this partnership with Culver-Stockton, we’re excited to offer local residents the opportunity to access quality, non-credit online education to improve their career prospects and their lives,” said Bob Batten, General Manager, ed2go.
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