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CCID Membership Application

Instructions

CCID is an institutional membership association. Once a member, all employees at the institution have access to member benefits. 

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An Outreach Partner is an association or non-profit organization engaged in work that supports and extends the mission of CCID for the purpose of knowledge sharing and networking opportunities. Specifics of the relationship may be outlined in a Memorandum of Understanding with CCID.

A Personal Associate is a relationship with people in significant roles that have distinguished themselves on behalf of CCID. Personal Associates status is extended only upon recommendation of a member of the CCID Board of Directors.

An Educational Partner is a centralized state, provincial, or regional governing office of community technical, or vocational college systems, districts, provinces or regions which does not directly enroll students. This primarily considers offices that function to interpret and enforce national, state, provincial, or regional education policies.

A CCID Member must be an accredited higher learning institution, either domestic or international, that provides training in the areas of technical, vocational and polytechnics programs, and/or academic transfer programs to Universities. CCID members receive member rates for the annual conference and CCID workshops and have free access to select webinars and programs for all employees at their institution. Members also have access to special programing and initiatives at member rates and receive discounts for programs with many of our outreach partners. Applicants apply as either an OECD country or a non-OECD country to determine the membership dues.

A CCID Member must be an accredited higher learning institution, either domestic or international, that provides training in the areas of technical, vocational and polytechnics programs, and/or academic transfer programs to Universities. CCID members receive member rates for the annual conference and CCID workshops and have free access to select webinars and programs for all employees at their institution. Members also have access to special programing and initiatives at member rates and receive discounts for programs with many of our outreach partners. Applicants apply as either an OECD country or a non-OECD country to determine the membership dues.

A CCID Member must be an accredited higher learning institution, either domestic or international, that provides training in the areas of technical, vocational and polytechnics programs, and/or academic transfer programs to Universities. CCID members receive member rates for the annual conference and CCID workshops and have free access to select webinars and programs for all employees at their institution. Members also have access to special programing and initiatives at member rates and receive discounts for programs with many of our outreach partners. Applicants apply as either an OECD country or a non-OECD country to determine the membership dues.

A CCID Member must be an accredited higher learning institution, either domestic or international, that provides training in the areas of technical, vocational and polytechnics programs, and/or academic transfer programs to Universities. CCID members receive member rates for the annual conference and CCID workshops and have free access to select webinars and programs for all employees at their institution. Members also have access to special programing and initiatives at member rates and receive discounts for programs with many of our outreach partners. Applicants apply as either an OECD country or a non-OECD country to determine the membership dues.

A CCID Board Member institution must be an accredited higher learning institution, either domestic or international, that provides training in the areas of technical, vocational and polytechnics programs, and/or transfer programs to Universities. Board member colleges are entitled to all the benefits of member colleges plus get priority access to select CCID grant opportunities and program initiatives. They must be able to commit a Chief Executive Officer and Senior International Officer who will actively participate in CCID meetings, programs and activities. Board members have voting rights to help determine the overall governance of CCID and are eligible for election to seats on the Executive Committee.

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