July 12, 2021
Arlington, Va. — Career Education Colleges and Universities (CECU), the national association representing postsecondary career education schools, continues to expand its communications outreach and media capabilities with the acquisition of Career Education Review (CER).
Jenny Faubert has served as Editor-in-Chief of CER since 2014. She will retain this title at CECU and serve as the association’s Vice President of Communications. Rachel Tripp will continue as CECU’s Director of Communications.
“This addition will not only expand the scope and visibility of CER, but it will also provide additional value to our members by increasing our communications capabilities and media expertise,” said CECU President and CEO Dr. Jason Altmire, “With her many years of sector experience, Jenny is an excellent addition to the CECU team and we look forward to her leadership as we use this new structure to offer new and innovative products under the CER label. ”
Since 1926, Career Education Review has served as the daily pulse of the career education community and the primary news source for those interested in the sector. In addition to the monthly print publication and daily news updates, CER will be expanding its offerings in the coming weeks to include a variety of new and innovative products available to CECU members.
“CER has been a valuable resource for the career education sector for 95 years, and I am thrilled to continue that tradition at CECU,” said Jenny Faubert, “Fifteen years ago I entered the sector because I could relate to the students; it is an honor to continue serving postsecondary career education schools and their students in a new capacity at CECU!”
Faubert is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Prior to her work with CER, she held communications-related roles for the Imagine America Foundation and the National Geographic Society.
CECU’s acquisition of CER is effective today, July 12, 2021.