I've worked at the Living Arts Institute for almost two years. I enjoy what I do. It's nice to be able to help someone better themselves through education. I enjoy the people I work with. We are a smaller school, so it has a family atmosphere. Our programs are designed to help students get ready for their certification exams and for their careers. Having students come back to visit us after they have started their new careers and have them share their success with us is really cool.
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As an instructor and former student this school has come a long way and this position is enriching my life every day. From the interaction with the students to great co-workers. It's a pleasure coming to work every day.
I have enjoyed working for this company for the past several years. My coworkers embody the true spirit of teamwork. My supervisors are helpful and supportive. The students have assigned mentors to help them throughout their enrollment, whether it be questions about who to go to for tutoring or getting help filling out a job application. The staff and faculty really care about the students and want to see them succeed.
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The complaint listed here isn't even for Living Arts. Living Arts is an amazing school. The teachers are awesome. Dru is the best ever! All the teachers go out of their way to make sure that you understand the material. It is really fast paced so if you aren't dedicated then you get what you get. Can't say anything bad at all. I highly recommend LAI!
This is not a review on the beauty services offered by Empire. This is a review to anyone out there thinking about attending this "school." First of all, let me be clear that The Hair Design School (also known as EEG/Empire Education Group) is a BUSINESS. In othr words, if you're a potential student, please do your homework and ask any & all questions that you can think of before you sign ANY paperwork. If any red flags pop up, don't ignore them like i did. My story goes like this: I attended their school in Winston-Salem, NC for 4 months and ended up owing $1952 and some change when i had to withdraw. The reason for my withdrawal was some attendance issues on my part, a week of car trouble (radiator; i was 26 miles from the campus) and a broken ankle th week after (had a lot of bad luck all @ the same time). I wasn't comfortable going back to school with nothing but a splint on, so i felt withdrawing was th best thing for me in th long run. I didn't want to take a chance and injure myself even more. Now, with all that being said, if you do decide to attend, hope, pray and keep your fingers crossed that nothing like that will happen to you. Because if it does, they will make you (yes, you have no choice) wait 6-7 months before you can return. Here's how their system works: every 6 weeks there's a curriculum change. There's Haircutting for 6 weeks, Nails for 6 weeks, etc. Now, if you have to withdraw for whatever reason, they won't let you come back until the curriculum comes back around where you left off. I calld the home office in PA to see if an exception could be made. After all, I'd be out of a cast in 6 weeks and I'd be on my merry way. Nope. No chance. No exceptions. so i decided to leave because i can attend a community college for a fraction of the costs of attending EEG, which is about $18,000 after the dust settles. Think long and hard before going to this "school."