China Education Alliance Successfully Hosted 2009 Beijing School-Enterprise Cooperation and Employment Placement Convention

2009-01-15 23:55 792

HARBIN, China, Jan. 15th /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ -- China Education Alliance, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CEUA) ("China Education Alliance" or "The Company"), a leading distributor of educational resources, offering high quality programs and training both through online networks and an on-site training center in China, successfully held their 2009 Beijing School-Enterprise Cooperation and Employment Placement Convention on January 6 - 7, 2009.

The convention was a large-scale job fair, targeting secondary vocational schools in the northern region of China, with approximately 3,500 employment opportunities available. In addition, the convention offered several career focused classes in 15 specialty areas including construction, hotel management, call center, real estate management, property management, elevator maintenance, vehicle maintenance and logistics, with a total class capacity of 3,000 students. Overall, the collaboration between schools, companies and associations was a tremendous success.

There are approximately 18 million students in secondary and higher vocational schools and close to 6 million graduates in the People's Republic of China. In order to increase the employment rate and further improve student job placements, China Education Alliance initiated the Vocational Training Talent Employment Program to help broaden employment channels and facilitate communication between employers and schools. Instituted in 2008, the goal of the program is to provide vocational school students with practical employment tools in order to enhance their competitiveness in today's tough job market. Currently, there are about 1.3 million students and 641 vocational schools nationwide enrolled in the program.

In order to better connect students and employers, China Education Alliance hosted the 2009 Beijing School-Enterprise Cooperation and Employment Placement Convention along with several well-known associations and companies such as the Occupation Authority of Vocational Education of China, Beijing Construction Association, Beijing Association of Plant Engineering, Beijing Logistics Association, Beijing Elevator Association, Beijing Tourism Administration, Beijing Auto Administration, Beijing Western Food Association, Beijing Real Estate Association, Coca-Cola and Wu Mart.

Mr. Xiqun Yu, CEO of China Education Alliance commented, "China Education Alliance's vocational platform addresses different stages in vocational education from enrollment and career planning to skill development and talent training. The complete vocational education training process leverages the relationship between students, schools and enterprises to create a smooth transfer of talent, thus saving students and corporations, alike, huge amounts of time and cost. As a third party to the process, China Education Alliance can assist in monitoring and facilitating cooperation between both schools and enterprises, thus growing China's vocational education market."

About China Education Alliance, Inc.:

China Education Alliance, Inc. is a fast growing, leading China-based company offering high-quality education resources and services to students ages 7 to 18 and adults ages 18+. For students ages 7 to 18, China Education Alliance, Inc. offers supplemental online exam-oriented training materials and on-site exam-oriented training and tutoring services. All resources and tutoring services are provided by famous teachers within mainland China. The purpose of online exam orientated resources and on-site tutoring is to help Chinese students ages 7 to 18 to pass the two most important, and highly competitive exams in their educational career: senior high school entrance exam and college entrance exam. For graduates and professionals age 18+, China Education Alliance provides vocational training including IT and Accounting training programs. In addition, as of April 2008, the Company has acquired 70% of the "World Exchange College of Language" English training business, headquartered in Toronto with sites expanding across China. Their comprehensive English programs are designed to assist graduates and professionals in learning the English language, both written and conversational in order to better able them to work for a foreign corporation or work-study abroad. For more information about CEUA, please visit .

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For more information, please contact:

Ms. Susan Liu

Chief Financial Officer

China Education Alliance, Inc.

Tel: +1-778-388-8513


Joseph Villalta / Linda Ni

The Ruth Group

Tel: +646-536-7013 / 7003

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Source: China Education Alliance, Inc.
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