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Disney Teams With Community Colleges for Management Institutes- PR Newswire-5/4/05


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  • Disney Teams With Community Colleges for Management Institutes- PR Newswire-5/4/05

    Full text of the article here:

    WASHINGTON, May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The management style and customer
    friendly service that have made Walt Disney one of the most recognized brands
    in the world may soon be coming to a community college near you, thanks to a
    new partnership between the Disney Institute and the American Association of
    Community Colleges (AACC).
    A pilot group of close to 100 community colleges in 14 cities around the
    nation will have the opportunity, starting this summer, to offer Disney's Keys
    to Excellence training programs to businesses and community groups. These
    one-day, regionalized events are geared to both large and small businesses, as
    well as community organizations, and include sessions on Leadership,
    Management, Service and Loyalty -- Disney style.
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