Education Partnerships Award Grants Totaling Over $225,000

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January 3, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Houston, TX January 3, 2012 The National Education Alliance has partnered with corporations nationwide. By partnering with these companies the National Education Alliance is able to provide employees with very beneficial educational grants. By working together with these groups, the National Education Alliance seeks to establish programs that meet the diverse needs of adult learners of all levels. The National Education Alliance works with each corporation to create a custom educational benefit program that best fits the needs of their employees. In 2010 and 2011, the National Education Alliance has awarded 243 grants to employees of corporate partners totaling $226,914.
Numerous corporations and businesses have chosen to take part in the opportunity to provide their employees with the benefits negotiated by the National Education Alliance. By partnering with the National Education Alliance, employees are eligible to receive:
Tuition discounts from prominent universities, colleges, and education service providers.
Grants and scholarships sponsored by the National Education Alliance and its affiliates.
Access to innovative educational programs that meet the needs of working adults.
Opportunity to participate in approved workforce development programs.
This initiative is part of a broader effort to support the career ladder of employees and elevate the employees voice and contribution in their industry. Online distance learning classes will give the flexibility employees need to complete programs while working full-time, allowing them to advance their careers while earning full-time wages.
“The National Education Alliance is a growing network providing robust learning experiences through multiple venues that allows the student to benefit from a multi-faceted learning experience. We are honored to collaborate with corporations that put focus on the future of their employees,” says Shara Wright, President of the National Education Alliance.

About The National Education Alliance
The National Education Alliance is an advocacy group for adult learners that is committed to providing individuals with the opportunity to pursue their education in the most affordable fashion. By collaborating with institutions of higher learning, employers, professional associations and sponsors, the Alliance seeks to establish programs and negotiate discounts on college tuition to meet the diverse needs of adult learners.

Contact:
National Education Alliance
Shara Wright, President
800.230.7565 x1400

www.NationalEducationAlliance.com

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Education Partnerships Award Grants Totaling Over $225,000

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January 3, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Houston, TX January 3, 2012 The National Education Alliance has partnered with corporations nationwide. By partnering with these companies the National Education Alliance is able to provide employees with very beneficial educational grants. By working together with these groups, the National Education Alliance seeks to establish programs that meet the diverse needs of adult learners of all levels. The National Education Alliance works with each corporation to create a custom educational benefit program that best fits the needs of their employees. In 2010 and 2011, the National Education Alliance has awarded 243 grants to employees of corporate partners totaling $226,914.
Numerous corporations and businesses have chosen to take part in the opportunity to provide their employees with the benefits negotiated by the National Education Alliance. By partnering with the National Education Alliance, employees are eligible to receive:
Tuition discounts from prominent universities, colleges, and education service providers.
Grants and scholarships sponsored by the National Education Alliance and its affiliates.
Access to innovative educational programs that meet the needs of working adults.
Opportunity to participate in approved workforce development programs.
This initiative is part of a broader effort to support the career ladder of employees and elevate the employees voice and contribution in their industry. Online distance learning classes will give the flexibility employees need to complete programs while working full-time, allowing them to advance their careers while earning full-time wages.
“The National Education Alliance is a growing network providing robust learning experiences through multiple venues that allows the student to benefit from a multi-faceted learning experience. We are honored to collaborate with corporations that put focus on the future of their employees,” says Shara Wright, President of the National Education Alliance.

About The National Education Alliance
The National Education Alliance is an advocacy group for adult learners that is committed to providing individuals with the opportunity to pursue their education in the most affordable fashion. By collaborating with institutions of higher learning, employers, professional associations and sponsors, the Alliance seeks to establish programs and negotiate discounts on college tuition to meet the diverse needs of adult learners.

Contact:
National Education Alliance
Shara Wright, President
800.230.7565 x1400

www.NationalEducationAlliance.com

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