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Partnerships

As an innovative college that enables students to design their own undergraduate or graduate curriculum in a wide range of fields, SNL offers onsite and online degree and certificate programs taught by DePaul faculty for corporate, government and non-profit partners.  This includes partnerships with Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine, City Colleges of Chicago, Fifth Third Bank and the Fraternal Order of Police. Tuition discounts are available.

Interested?  Click here to learn more. at http://go.depaul.edu/corporatepartners.

Alliances with Professional Associations

SNL also partners with professional associations to bring learning opportunities to their membership and extend professional development and network opportunities to our students. SNL has pre-assessed the professional certifications offered by these organizations for application toward our undergraduate and graduate degrees.  Partnerships include Chicago Chapters of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) as well as an alliance with the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).​

Centers

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Center to Advance Education for Adults

The Center to Advance Education for Adults (CAEA) creates community among adult learning practitioners across sectors to exchange ideas and inspire imaginative strategies for learning in diverse settings. The Center maintains an active international network of adult learning professionals across practice settings. Within this network, members connect with each other, engage in continuing conversation and resource sharing and receive regular updates on upcoming programs. We invite you to join us so you can begin exchanging ideas for better learning. Visit caeacommcon.ning.com.​

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Labor Education Center

Founded in 1948 by a group of forward thinking labor leaders and progressive academics, DePaul University's Labor Education Center serves as a resource center to students, labor activists, academics and community leaders seeking a deeper understanding of labor issues and economic justice. To help build the next generation of labor movement leaders, the Center develops the skills of emerging leaders and assists some of the most seasoned labor professionals to identify opportunities and craft strategic approaches to overcoming adversity. Specifically, the Center builds the capacity of unions and worker organizations through high school and adult labor education, tailored trainings, research, and public events that promote transformative conversations about the labor movement. 

Learn more.​