CSULB’s College of Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) has been recognized as winner of the 2016 Boeing Performance Excellence Award (BPEA), the aerospace company’s annual program to recognize superior performance. The BPEA is given to suppliers who achieve the high performance standards necessary to meet customer expectations and remain competitive in the global economy.“
Congratulations to our program staff, marketing team, finance and student services staff,” said Dr. Jeet Joshee, Dean, College of Continuing and Professional Education and Associate Vice President, International Education and Global Engagement. “They all contribute to the excellent service we provide to our clients, and especially Boeing in this case. Indeed it is wonderful news and I am delighted for this recognition.”
“Performance excellence is fundamental to the success of both our companies,” said a statement from The Boeing Company. “We extend our sincere congratulations to the employees of the College of Continuing and Professional Education for demonstrating their dedication to these high performance standards.”
CCPE earned the BPEA performance rating for each month of the review period from October 1, 2015 through September 30, 2016.
CSULB is one of 72 worldwide Boeing “Focus Schools,” which cultivate real-world business experience in high-potential college graduates, and provide chances to network with Boeing executives. Focus schools are selected as key sources from which to recruit a diverse range of talent for the company. Boeing’s offices are in close proximity to CSULB as well as the university’s Antelope Valley Engineering Program (AVEP) in Lancaster, CA.
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