Partnering for Global Impact: A Case Study in Success
Recorded on March 28, 2012 (75 minutes)

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Learn lessons on how to build global partnerships from this case study on workforce development, international connectivity with community and technical colleges and industry. In this case study, you will hear how a group of CTE providers worked with business partners and educational organizations to train automotive instructors in Morocco.

Join Dr. Bryan Albrecht, President of Gateway Technical College, Roger Tadajewski, President of BEPG, Inc. and Executive Director of the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) and Dr. Soumia Boutkhil of Universite' Mohammed I Oujda/Ecole Superieure de Technologie to learn about how this unique certification  program came to be and the impact it is having. Learn how administrators, instructors, and leaders from Gateway, Shoreline Community College (WA), Snap-on Incorporated, ACTE, BEPG and NC3 along with the school in Morocco are working towards common goals.

According to President Albrecht, "This project includes multiple stakeholders with diverse perspectives demonstrating how in the future we need to leverage our partnerships to grow our college. The future of community colleges' growth strategies must align with national and international efforts relating to education and economic issues."