Census Corporate University - (CCU) was established as the academic component of the Bureau's strategy for continuous employee development through lifelong learning. Currently, CCU has partnerships with these accredited colleges and universities: Prince George's Community College, University of Maryland College Park and George Washington University.
Resources, products and information to support IT's Computer Related Learning program, including classroom courses held at SHEP and web-based CBTs that can be taken at your desktop. Courses cover various aspects of SAS, Oracle, UNIX, C/C++, Internet, MS Office, and Lotus Notes Mail.
Information Technology Security Awareness, Title 13 and Title 26 web based training.
Training policies, strategies and guidelines.
Offers a comprehensive array of career enhancement services including career planning and job search assistance. The Center is designed to help you take charge of your career and professional development. All services are free of charge to Census employees.
Training programs presented for a specific directorate or audience such as CBS Training, Demo U, Econ U, and Field Training and Career Development.
Web-based CBTs, Live on-line seminars, etc. taken at your desk or anywhere via the Internet.
Explore your future through personal and professional development. The Professional Development Guide introduces you to occupations at the Bureau, identifies competencies for success, and serves as a self-development tool to help prepare yourself for a career.
The Executive Resources Program serves as the focal point for recruitment, staffing, position management and policy recommendations regarding Senior Executive Service (SES) and other executive positions with the Bureau of the Census.