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Career Education Review is excited to announce the winners of our Top 20 People Changing Career Education. Chosen by a selection committee of peers, we are thrilled to honor the sector’s leaders of tomorrow — those who have already moved the needle and whose work promises to guide the future path of the sector. These individuals have not only excelled in their chosen professions but have gone above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of students.


North-New Castle School of Trades and North-West College Celebrate Major Milestones
By Sara Klein

New Castle School of Trades is celebrating its 75th anniversary of providing high-demand, skilled trades education in Pennsylvania, showcasing a steady growth and culminating in a large Automotive Lab expansion. North-West College, in California, observed its 55th anniversary this year, focusing on healthcare fields and a lasting legacy. Both colleges continue to expand and thrive in the private postsecondary education field.


BlueRecruitBlueRecruit: Revolutionizing the Job Search for Blue-Collar Workers
By Lauren Taylor, Communications Manager, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

BlueRecruit is designed with a focus on tradespeople and veterans. It is a direct-hire marketplace for skilled-trade workers who want to build their careers and companies desperate for their talent. BlueRecruit puts more of an emphasis on skills and certification than other job sites, which means that skilled workers can find the jobs they deserve, and companies can find the best candidates for their needs.


Under Secretary of Education James KvaalUnder Secretary of Education Kvaal Discusses For-Profit Colleges at CECU CEO Summit
By Jenny Faubert, Vice President of Communications, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

As the 2022 midterm elections approached, more than 130 career education leaders gathered in Phoenix, AZ, to attend the annual CECU CEO Summit. The Under Secretary of Education, James Kvaal, kicked off the event with a speech focused on higher education issues and the role of for-profit colleges. During day two of the Summit, attendees had an opportunity to hear from industry experts who discussed important issues related to the sector.p;


A Summary of the Department of Education’s Final Regulations on 90/10 and Other Issues
By Nicholas Kent, Chief Policy Officer, Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU)

On October 28, 2022, the U.S. Department of Education published its final rule that makes significant changes to the 90/10 and change of ownership regulations, as well as establishes regulations for Federal Pell Grants for Prison Education Programs. This article provides a summary analysis of the areas of the final rule that are of greatest interest and concern to CECU members and other stakeholders.