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The Journey to Become an ACA Champion

The journey from Las Vegas to Anaheim only takes about four hours. However, Las Vegas native and UNLV student, Ana Katarina Charvet, knows that her journey from Vegas to Anaheim for the 2017 ACA World Championship was much longer. Ana Katarina, known by her friends as Kai, earned her Adobe Illustrator certification in June 2017, […]

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Journey from the Bahamas to the Adobe Certified Associate World Championship

Guest post from Yolanda Barr, a 22-year-old graphic designer from the Bahamas Earlier this year I became fully certified in Adobe Photoshop then competed in the BahaBeach Adobe Caribbean Championships.  I was named the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Caribbean Champion and was invited to compete in the ACA World Championship (ACAWC) in Orlando, Florida in […]

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Announcing…the 2016 ACAWC Client

The non-profit client for the 2016 Adobe Certified Associate World Championship (ACAWC) will be the International Child Art Foundation (ICAF), an organization that works to enhance academic performance and imbue global citizenship by nurturing children’s creativity and developing their empathy. Certiport and Adobe sponsor the ACAWC and expect more than 135,000 entrants worldwide, with more […]

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Certiport Names Adobe Certified Associate U.S. National Champions

Today Certiport announces the 2015 Adobe® Certified Associate (ACA) U.S. National Champions. The winners will travel to Dallas, Texas to compete in the ACA World Championship from August 9-12, 2015. Students entered the competition by earning their ACA certification and submitting a design project they created using advanced digital design skills. The U.S. winners are […]

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Adding Arts Education and Industry-Recognized Certification to STEM Education

Certiport recently contributed to the STEM-focused March Issue of Techniques Magazine. Seven in 10 hiring managers agree that students are unprepared for the workplace and lack the necessary skills to succeed there. STEM education is combating these numbers by preparing students with many of the skills required for success in today’s rapidly growing industries; however, […]

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