California University of Professionals (CUP) announced its organizational membership with The National Council for Workforce Education (NCWE), U.S. today. Membership in NCWE provides CUP with additional educational opportunities that focus specifically on workforce development within the local markets they serve.
“Education without a workforce component limits how we can grow our communities,” CUP Founder Sailesraj Bala Murali said. “NCWE and CUP’s missions are intertwined, which made membership an easy decision for us. As we foster relationships with our members, they will have the resources and talents that NCWE provides right at their fingertips. It’s a huge win for our members.”
Through NCWE, CUP members will access additional leadership and professional development courses and seminars. CUP members will benefit greatly from the various workforce education programs from NCWE that cross all industries, including training in various technological advancements.
CUP is a free to study institution for all TEFL International (TI) members in good standing. TI provides aspiring professionals with the foundations to suit the needs of the global learning community and to suit the needs of a global community of professionals in focused industries as a membership-based institute. Membership ranges from $125 annually up to $275 per year. For more information, visit tefl.international
For more information on the California University of Professionals, visit cunip.com. CUP is an organizational member of NCWE.
About California University of Professionals
California University of Professionals (CUP) meets the qualifications for exemption from regulation under the California Education Code (CEC) section 94874 (b)(1). CUP is sponsored by TEFL International, a tax-exempt professional organization based in Oregon, U.S. CUP is an exclusive institution for members of TEFL International.
About The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
As a workforce-focused, non-profit organization, the NCWE leads its members with innovative ideas and bold actions to drive economic advancement for all. Through partnerships with business, industry, and national leaders, NCWE transforms workforce education programs to ensure student success in meeting local labor market needs. The NCWE is an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). AACC represents nearly 1,200, 2-year associates, degree-granting institutions, and more than 12.2 million students.