Vail Centre partnering with Yale School of Management
October 10, 2016
VAIL — Yale University's School of Management is joining forces with the Vail Centre to offer a variety of courses beginning with custom certificate programs for diversity and inclusive leadership in late July 2017 and corporate sustainability in the early fall 2017. The Yale School of Management is currently a top 10 business school and recognized for educating leaders for business and society.
"The Yale School of Management is very excited to be working with the Vail Centre. This strategic partnership gives Yale an opportunity to expand our reach into the beautiful Rocky Mountains and offer Yale certificate programs to the local community and destination learners in an inspiring location," said Lisa Kammert, the director of client and curriculum development at Yale University School of Management.
"We are thrilled to initiate our partnership with Yale on these two courses, diversity and sustainability. These are two areas of great importance for the Vail Centre and will help support professionals throughout the state of Colorado and expand their professional capabilities," said Ross Iverson, CEO of the Vail Centre. "Today, graduate education is being totally transformed by the ability to provide a laser focus on key business practices through certificate courses that provide experiential business development and improve professional opportunities. We are especially pleased to add Yale University's custom programs to the Vail Centre's robust offerings."
For more information, visit http://www.vail centre.org.
“We are thrilled to initiate our partnership with Yale on these two courses, diversity and sustainability.”Ross IversonCEO, Vail Centre
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