The future of Georgia is Continuing and Professional Education. The Department of Education predicts the number of non-traditional-age students to rise to a far higher rate than the number of traditional-age students. Classes, conferences and seminars hosted by Continuing Education Units result in a $637 million dollar boost for the state’s economy. Therefore, the value of professional certificates is crucial to the growing workforce and to Georgia’s economic development and impact. (Source: GA CE Department Economic Impact Report)
Seme Eroh, an Information Systems Security Professional graduate, wanted to find a career that was relevant in the digital age. With three young children, he was dedicated to continuing his education and beginning this new career.
He signed up for the... read more ❯
Grad Feature: Change Agent
With nearly two decades of industry experience under her belt, Andrea “Andie” Hill discovered her human resources credentials had lapsed. When her employer offered to pay her continuing education expenses to help secure the industry’s most relevant credentials, she seized... read more ❯
Local Business Partners with CCPE for Enhanced Learning
Businesses have been important in the education of our students — from hospitals and clinics providing externships for healthcare students to restaurants serving as apprenticeship sites for our Culinary students. Collaborating with industry professionals in their work environment provides a... read more ❯