The Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium (IEDRC) serves as a regional framework to communicate, coordinate, collaborate,

promote and plan career and technical education and workforce and economic development in the Inland Empire/Desert Region. The
region includes nine community college districts comprised of 12 community colleges, two county offices of education, 56 public
school districts, four regional occupational centers/programs, and more than 50 charter schools. 

Want to learn more? Visit the Inland Empire/Desert Regional Consortium website here

Strong Workforce is a program created under the recommendation of the Community College Board of Governors, “adding a new annual recurring investment of $248 million to spur career technical education (CTE) in the nation’s largest workforce development system of 115 colleges“. Project 16: “Awarding Veterans the CTE College Credit They Deserve”  aims to “create a clear map between military training categories and training standards for
Career and Technical Education programs.”
This project has funded the development and implementation of MAP within these 12 community colleges. 

To learn more about Regional Project 16, page 23 of this site

Additional Partners and Resources

American Council on Education (ACE)

The American Council on Education (ACE) is a membership organization that mobilizes the higher education community to shape effective public policy and foster innovative, high‐quality practice. ACE is the only major higher education association to represent all types of U.S. accredited, degree granting institutions: two‐year and four‐year, public and private.

Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory System (COCI )

Curriculum data is driven from this source within MAP.

MAP Norco Community College

Norco College is one of the first institutions to implement MAP. The Veteran’s Resource Center at Norco college has answers to your MAP questions.

 

CSU Credit for Prior Learning (CPL)

If you served in the military, you may be eligible for credit that will transfer to the CSU, helping you to earn your degree faster.

Palomar College Credit for Prior Learning

They could help students get credit for what they already know and can do, saving them time and money on their educational path.