Columbus Networks - Partnership Between EAN and VASPA Improves Recruitment of Education Professionals in Virginia.
AMELIO COUNTY, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 26, 2001
Columbus Networks (OTCBB:CLMK)
The Education America Network (EAN)* and the Virginia Association of School Personnel Administrators (VASPA) recently finalized a partnership to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of recruiting education professionals across Virginia.
The partnership between Education America Network and the Virginia Association of School Personnel Administrators is based upon the sharing of information, technology and marketing resources to expand the current level and scope of e-recruiting services to Virginia's education community. At this time of increasing teacher shortages and recruiting difficulties, the EAN currently services over 480 employers from all 50 States and works with education employers to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their recruitment processes. The EAN provides an online searchable database for public schools, school districts and private institutions to post their job opportunities while providing a personalized search engine to job seekers to find the job they want, where they want.
The Virginia Association of School Personnel Administrators helps personnel/human resource professionals to improve their administrative skills and to grow in their profession. The Association seeks to promote the exchange of ideas, information and practices, which keep its members up-to-date in the rapidly changing field of education. Working with the EAN provides VASPA members with a modern, convenient and cost-effective method of recruiting teachers in their communities.
Please visit our websites for more information: www.educationamerica.net and www.vaspa.org
On Behalf of the Board, Dan Collins President and CEO
- The Education America Network is a division of Columbus Networks
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