EvoLLLution Partner Network
Together, we challenge traditional ideas about higher education by voicing opinions and bringing industry leading insights to the forefront.
Partnerships With The EvoLLLution
Stay on the leading edge of change in non-traditional higher education, and join a partnership that elevates your industry expertise to the next level!
The EvoLLLution is the only newspaper that recognizes the impact of non-traditional, continuing and professional education and is exclusively focused on advancing it. We publish articles and interviews by leaders across the postsecondary space sharing their insights into how the industry is changing and reflecting on how their institutions are keeping pace. With over 3,000 articles published, and over 1,800 contributors representing every sector of the postsecondary space, we provide a rich and robust thought leadership hub that you can leverage to engage with your community.
Why Partner With Us?
EvoLLLution Partnerships provide an exciting opportunity for your association to engage your community with high-quality content, and access curated and focused ideas that will help you propel growth. Specifically, you:
- Get access to a curated online newspaper containing articles and interviews on topics of your interest
- Receive newsletters highlighting top reads that have been authored by your peers from the higher education space—from deans and directors to provosts, presidents and CIOs to employers
- Can contribute by authoring articles, share your ideas and perspectives, and connect with the wider higher education community
Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE)
The ACHE is a network of almost 1,200 individuals from over 300 institutions across the US and Canada, who are dedicated to promoting excellence in continuing higher education and to sharing their expertise and experience with one another.
To learn more about the ACHE, please visit https://www.acheinc.org/.
National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET)
NCCET is the national organization for leaders in workforce, community, and economic development. NCCET provides member institutions and continuing education professionals with proven best practices that help with the implementation and execution of effective and profitable programs. NCCET advocates for prioritizing continuing education and training issues among decision-makers and community college leadership to ensure the important work our members do is recognized, valued and supported.
To learn more about NCCET please visit https://www.nccet.org/.
Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL)
The leader in linking learning and work, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) pursues work at all levels within the public and private sectors to enhance learning opportunities for adults around the world. CAEL envisions a world where everyone has a clear understanding of the connections between learning and work, with continuous and accessible opportunities for work-relevant knowledge, skills and credentials enabling all to prosper in a complex world — closing the gap between “traditional” and “adult” learners and providing access to lifelong educational pathways.
To learn more about CAEL please visit https://www.cael.org/.