Top-5 Member Benefits for 2021.
Explore CCAE's most powerful and popular member perks—continuously enhanced to meet the evolving demands of California's K–12 Adult Education administrators, teachers, support staff, partners, and providers.
Maximize Your Member Benefits.
Recorded live, this new-member onboarding seminar showcases top membership benefits with helpful tips for utilizing their power and getting the most from your CCAE membership. Plus, we share a "sneak peak" of the powerful new benefits we're adding for all our valued members.
Member Resource Kit.
By popular request, CCAE is excited to introduced our new Membership Resource Kit. Designed to assist and empower current CCAE Members and K-12 Adult-Ed advocates in recruiting and conveying member value through personal and local channels, the kit includes:
- Recruitment flyer
- Refreshed “Fingertips Facts” mini-brochure
- Banners and graphics for use in digital channels (e.g., web, social media)
- Branded letterhead and presentation slide templates
- High-resolution CCAE logos
- Sample speaking points and key messaging
- And more!
All CCAE Members receive a complimentary membership to COABE (Coalition on Adult Basic Education), our national Adult Education affiliate with a national focus.
That’s right! Your CCAE membership gets you full access to the robust, high-value benefits that thousands of COABE members across the country enjoy—from national news alerts to the latest in Adult-Ed resources to remote trainings and exclusive savings and more—all included 100% free with your CCAE membership.
To tap into these additional benefits—on us—just make sure the box is checked for COABE communications when you join or renew your CCAE membership.
CCAE’s adult education partner and national affiliate, the Coalition on Adult Basic Education represents the system of 65,000 adult educators in the United States. With over 20,000 active members, COABE leads the advancement of the adult education field nationally by unifying the profession, developing human resources, encouraging and using research, and communicating with the members and the public.