CEET Community

Become a Partner with CEET

The CEET thrives due to the efforts of the many individuals and organizations it partners within the St. Louis area and beyond. Depending on the type of partnership, benefits can include:

  • Partners-only center events
  • Grant applications with the CEET to benefit your school, teachers or staff*
  • Promotion of your technology event on the CEET website
  • Meeting space for community initiatives that also involve CEET staff or objectives
  • Tuition discounts for your employees to Fontbonne’s Education, Learning Technologies, and Instructional Design programs
  • Group enrollment discounts to the Fall Institute on Technology for Innovation in Education
  • Invitations to the Fall Institute “after party”
  • Professional Development opportunities on campus
  • Invitations to serve on CEET advisory boards

* The CEET pursues funding for projects on campus and around the region on a regular basis. If your school or non-profit organization would be interested in partnering with the CEET on a grant opportunity, please contact Amy Peach to discuss your needs and ways we can work together for the advancement of innovative solutions to our region’s educational and societal concerns through effective technology use.

Corporate partnerships involving tuition discounts for prospective students can be found here.

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