Finding Qualified Graphic Communications Employees

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In need of qualified graphic communications employees for your printing, publishing, finishing related company? You are encouraged to look to ACCGC (Accrediting Council for Collegiate Graphic Communications, Inc.) accredited graphic communications related programs located in colleges and universities throughout the USA and one international location. The administrators and faculty of these programs have subjected their graphic communications and related programs to evaluation by colleagues in this academic-technical area using 14 clearly stated standards. These standards consist of evaluating the program mission, learning outcomes, program and administrative leadership, financial support, available equipment and facilities, support services, overall curriculum, teaching qualities of the faculty, industry experiences for students within the program, industry advisory board assistance, academic preparation of the faculty, faculty evaluation process, records kept and advisory assistance to students, and career placement services.

Current students and graduates of ACCGC accredited programs are fortunate to study and learn within a collegiate program where significant standards are openly identified and attained. Besides having learned helpful information and acquired skills required in the graphic communications industry, graduates gain a level of confidence knowing that they can and will be an asset to their employer.

The ACCGC accredited graphic communications related programs are located at these academic institutions: Arizona State University, California Polytechnic State University, California University of Pennsylvania, Ferris State University, Harper College, Illinois State University, Pittsburg State University, Shanghai Publishing and Printing College, University of Houston, University of Northern Iowa, and University of Wisconsin-Stout. Specific contact information is available from the ACCGC Managing Director, Ervin Dennis, Ph: (319) 266-8432 and e-mail: Please review the ACCGC website for additional information –


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Sadie Hagen
Author: Sadie Hagen