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Alexandra Batista Becomes the First Idealliance® Certified Color Management Professional® Under New Idealliance Higher Education Membership Program

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Press release from the issuing company

Alexandria, Va. – Idealliance has created a higher education membership program in order to directly support the great future of the graphic communications industry globally by providing access to all online certification courses at a membership cost that is essentially administrative cost only, and provides free access to everything that Idealliance has to offer. These courses normally cost up from $395-$999 each. Under the new program, students, professors, faculty, and anyone working in a vocational, higher education or educational/technical school print operation, gets total access to all Idealliance courses and everything that Idealliance produces at no cost to them.

Alexandra Batista, a senior student at Ryerson University in Toronto, who is soon to graduate with a BTech degree in Graphic Communications Management, upon hearing of this opportunity immediately enrolled in the Idealliance Color Management Professional certification. She took the online courses in the evenings after school, and on February 11, 2020, became the first student at Ryerson University to pass the exam and become an Idealliance certified Color Management Professional®.

Ryerson University: School of Graphic Communications Management is the largest program of its kind in North America. GCM is celebrating 72 years in making a tremendous developmental impact on the future of our great industry. Ryerson University School of GCM is an extraordinarily unique program which combines graphic communications with business, engineering and technology, so that students who graduate have a robust knowledge base way beyond simply graphic communications. Annually the School of Graphic Communications Management receives over 1000+ applications. Students at Ryerson University GCM represent all demographics and come from around the world. The School of Graphic Communications Management has an incredibly strong emphasis on hands-on learning, student engagement, and extremely successful extracurricular student programs, with tremendous mentorship programs as well. Ryerson University also has a global presence, a strong student base from all over the world, and 133 partner universities in 37 countries.

“Alexandra is one of the many great representatives of the new generation of motivated, professional students, who jumped at the opportunity to add another qualification to her degree. Well done, Alex, and thank you, Idealliance, for a great partnership with print programs in colleges and universities,” said Ryerson University.

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