Alertness – Being aware of what is taking place around me so I can have the right responses.Attentiveness – Showing the worth of a person or task by giving my undivided concentration.Availability – Making my own schedule and priorities secondary to the wishes of those I serve.Benevolence – Giving to others basic needs without having as my motive personal reward.Boldness – Confidence that what I have to say or do is true, right, and just.Cautiousness – Knowing how important right timing is in accomplishing right actions.Compassion – Investing whatever is necessary to heal the hurts of others.Contentment – Realizing that true happiness does not depend on material conditions.Creativity – Approaching a need, a task, or an idea from a new perspective.Decisiveness – The ability to recognize key factors and finalize difficult decisions.Deference – Limiting my freedom so I do not offend the tastes of those around me.Dependability – Fulfilling what I consented to do, even if it means unexpected sacrifice.Determination – Purposing to accomplish right goals at the right time, regardless of the opposition.Diligence – Investing my time and energy to complete each task assigned to me.Discernment – Understanding the deeper reasons why things happen.Discretion – Recognizing and avoiding words, actions, and attitudes that could bring undesirable consequences.Endurance – The inward strength to withstand stress and do my best.Enthusiasm – Expressing joy in each task as I give it my best effort.Faith – Confidence that actions rooted in good character will yield the best outcome, even when I cannot see how.Unique-I'm energized by challeges and problems.Quality- I am quich a leanerFriendly-I build great relationships with classmate,coWorkers and customers
111 Livingston StBrooklyn, NY 11201
Mildred Elley is a sham, I'm in Massage Therapy Program, Not taught any hands on techniques.No electricity in massage room.Teachers and Dept chair quit. School is poorly ran. Staff is racist against black students and talks about the gays really bad. Students complaining about a CPR class that is 8 weeks??? Said AED's were broken in a class taught by The Corporate Dean from Albany !!! Toxic ! Just got here I'm transferring
At different Furs I was fully invovled in the studio and a few weeks in I got started working on all the boards!
i graduated from the health and bio-medical program at 45 in 1993. This was a gifted intelligence program whichi requires testing and other specialized criteria. i loved it!
We really like this school. The class size is small and nurturing. The teachers are top notch and collaborative. The young children go to the playground every morning and have gym, art, music and French twice a week. In addition they have classroom work time as well. Their exmissions are impressive.
Went in there as a client first(very good facial and overall experience),signed up for an esthetician course and about to finish it soon.What can I say?Very good school,clean,well-maintained,instructors are great.Just a great place to study and get facial
I had actually been attending a University for two years, studying recording, engineering, and music production. I did learn a lot, but it wasn't real world, it wasn't real life. It was based on base scenarios. When I started looking around for more of a specialty program, I found the Recording Connection on the Internet, and read a little bit more and watched some of the interviews and some of the videos that they had. I really like the fact that I got put into an actual studio, a running studio that has their own clients. I wanted a real life experience, and that's why the Recording Connection program drew me in. Since I've graduated, I actually got a job working here at the Lava Room, the recording studio where I did my courses. I'm an assistant engineer and working my way up very fast to becoming a full staff engineer.
Tallest church in USA . MLK was there now has female Pastor Butler.
I have been a drummer and a writer all of my life, and I knew I wanted to work in entertainment industry; I just wasn't sure how I would be able to get the ball rolling. I heard about the recording connection when I was looking for Audio schools to attend after college, and quickly realized that it would be more beneficial and cheaper than any audio institution. I knew I wanted to be in New York, so I did my research and asked to be put in a very prominent recording studio. From day one I knew it was the place for me, relaxed atmosphere, great staff of good people, amazing room located in the center of the universe. I started applying myself from day one trying to be proactive and helpful wherever I could, and I became acquainted with the staff and regular studio goers. As time progressed, I started sitting in on more sessions and meeting artists, producers, engineers and accomplished entrepreneurs and personalities who were able to offer me real opportunity. After several months I was taken on as an intern. I learned so much about working in a studio environment that first six months; it's hard to even fathom how far I've come in such a short time (Not even taking into account the technical aspects).By being outgoing, humble, and making relationships with the people I met in-studio; I was able to sell myself and create connections. I played with some bands, produced some songs with people, and am now focused solely on a project I am embarking on (with my partner and co-apprentice from the recording connection, where we work with the same mentor. We are two pieces of the band for one of Wu-Music Groups newest artists and potentially touring NYC and maybe even South America!!!'
Getting to work with some great underground groups like Yankee Bang Bang was great. I'll always value the experience of working alongside professionals and having the chance to steal all of their tricks. Totally worthwhile experience.