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Go to thread Anonymous8311, Tuesday 04/22/14 22:49:23 UTC

I believe the audit was at the Largo campus

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Go to thread Anonymous8310, Tuesday 04/22/14 22:16:41 UTC

Ernst and Young Academic Audit

A campus in FLA. was selected to be audited by Ernst and Young for academics-and will be on their campus next week. This campus already had their internal audit for the 2014 year. Should be interesting to see what shakes out. Was any other campus selected to be audited by them for the same thing?
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Go to thread don't know (Teachers), Tuesday 04/22/14 18:03:56 UTC

Instructors

Does anyone know if Instructors at Heald College in Roseville have left because of the law suits????? Some of them had no business being Instructors in the first place so I am curious if some have left?
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Go to thread Anonymous8288, Tuesday 04/22/14 15:06:31 UTC

SAM LYNN THE HATCHET MAN

SL successfully ran one southeast division into the hole over at ITT Tech and now he is going to do that same thing with CCI schools. I think they hired him with the hopes he would turn things around. They thought wrong!
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Go to thread Anonymous8281, Tuesday 04/22/14 13:37:27 UTC

Online in Tampa is a B

LPH is a B! Watch your back! She is a crabs type black
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Go to thread Anonymous8278, Tuesday 04/22/14 12:08:16 UTC

Sam Lynn visiting campuses again this week.

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Go to thread 4 (Past, Present & Possibly future employees), Tuesday 04/22/14 05:37:38 UTC

All else have the decency to go elsewhere.

This is site is for news regarding job security and insecurity.
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Go to thread Joe (Geezer), Tuesday 04/22/14 01:02:39 UTC

Florida. Home of the Early Bird where you get a free bowl of soup in time to be in bed by 5.

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Go to thread SLEEPLESSINFLORIDA (ONLINE ADMISSIONS ), Monday 04/21/14 14:56:10 UTC

NO INTEGRITY LEFT

NO ETHICS, NO CONCERN AT ALL FOR THE EMPLOYEES ONLY THREATS, MISTREATMENT AND EXPECTING MORE FOR LESS. NOW TAKING AWAY OUR ACCRUED VACATION...WAY TO AWARD HARDWORKING PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY CARED ABOUT DOING WHAT WE COULD TO GET OUR NUMBERS...FAT CATS NOT AFFECTED, BIRKHALTER, JENKINS UP TO MASSIMINO GET RICHESR AND THOSE OF STILL HERE ARE SCRAMBLING. I'M HERE BECAUSE I CAN'T AFFORD NOT TO BE BUT LOOKING TO GO VERY SOON. I SEEN WHAT THEY DID TO MY COWORKERS AND NOW I'M WORKING OUT OF FEAR INSTEAD OF LOYALTY. HAVE BILLS TO PAY AND A FAMILY TO FED BUT WHAT DO THOSE RICH GUYS KNOW ABOUT THAT?
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Go to thread Anonymous8253, Monday 04/21/14 13:28:17 UTC

Pillars

There hasn't been a pillar in Blairsville for like ever except if used as a punch line in a joke.....
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Go to thread Anonymous8243, Monday 04/21/14 01:31:11 UTC

What happens in 21 days?

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Go to thread Integrity (Will be ), Sunday 04/20/14 05:47:45 UTC

Tested

Will the pillar stand or fall? 21 days and we will know.
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Go to thread Anonymous8166, Friday 04/18/14 17:38:09 UTC

Heald College is up for sale.

CCI big shots have been looking at the possibility of selling Heald. The big problem is that nobody is apparently interested because Heald is losing money along with the potential liability due to the California lawsuit. Heald was supposed to make a sufficient profit to cover the losses at Everest and Wyotech which isn't happening. CCI is looking at abandoning California all together due to the bad publicity.
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Go to thread Anonymous8165, Friday 04/18/14 17:30:58 UTC

Heald College in meltdown mode

Heald College is in meltdown mode. The new quarter which starts April 21 has new student enrollment 25% less than the Spring Quarter of 2013. A massive pruning of the garden being sales people laid off due to the lack of production in getting new bodies for the Heald. EVERYBODY knows about the California Attorney's General lawsuit which has been a real deal killer with regards to prospective student enrollment.
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Go to thread Anonymous8140, Friday 04/18/14 02:57:20 UTC

Flex Your Freedom!

To those of you who visit here to exercise a right that is dissipating, your right to speak freely, keep in mind that CCI has a right to do that also. After reading the thread of comments below, it's even more obvious that CCI is desperate and I thank them for their very telling insight. In their few comments they have attacked Wikipedia, Dahn Shalis, and YOU. Causing division (divide and concur) is older than time. If you have worked for CCI/Heald/Everest/Wyotech for any length of time you will find this mode of operation familiar. CCI is going to scrap tooth and nail to keep their very large paychecks in place. If you jeopardize that in any way, you are going to be on their hit list. Which is why to be anonymous here is so necessary. Please continue to post any underhanded dealings that you feel need to be brought to light. As below, expect CCI to take a stab at making you a fool but hey, that's what they are best at...shrug it off and get back on track here.
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Go to thread Anonymous8097, Thursday 04/17/14 16:10:30 UTC

CCI Stock

Wow....it's going down as fast as the titantic.....head first...
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Go to thread Camden Kid (dahnshaulis@gmailo.com, @USimjustice, dailycensored.com), Thursday 04/17/14 13:05:04 UTC

Dear Mr. Kent Jenkins, Whitewashing CCi's Wikipedia Won't Help

Dear Mr. Jenkins, did you contact your Enron lawyer before you started your dirty tricks campaign? I see the Wikipedia article for Corinthian Colleges has been extensively whitewashed by an anonymous source. Removing the documented information about CCi's wrongdoings will not help. Nor will intimidating newspaper writers. FYI: If you attempt to undermine thelayoff.com (which you and your cronies may already be doing), that also won't help your case.
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Go to thread Anonymous8078, Thursday 04/17/14 02:20:16 UTC

COCO stock closes at $1.26 a share

Corinthian Colleges stock hit a new all time low of $1.25 today. And this is before the financials come out next month! Can't wait to see how reduced enrollments and fighting all the government lawsuits and charges burns through more of their cash reserves. CCI deserves to suffer!
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Go to thread Anonymous8070, Thursday 04/17/14 00:14:54 UTC

So some guy from the competition

So some guy from the competition comes here and suggests his school is better? Too funny.
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Go to thread Anonymous8065, Wednesday 04/16/14 23:39:51 UTC

I bet the Community Colleges aren't less expensive...

FREE! "Everest GED® Advantage Free GED® Test Prep Program Available at No Cost" ged.everest.edu
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Go to thread Anonymous8058, Wednesday 04/16/14 20:15:09 UTC

Community Colleges

The government just announced today another jobs training initiative. ......it does not include for profit schools. Even the government sees that schools like everest and Wyo tech cost to much, have consistent high default rates, and are not helping the economy. ....go figure.
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Go to thread Former online instructor (ONLINE), Wednesday 04/16/14 19:58:48 UTC

Avoid and be very careful

Watch out. One, they don't pay well for what they want done. Actually they pay the absolute lowest per course I have ever experienced as on line faculty member and they are very demanding, want some pretty intense time commitments but are only going to pay for 7 hours a week. I had a supervisor that hardly told me anything as if I was supposed to know what to do my first course with them, or more common they send vague instructions, you follow them exactly, and they expect you to read between the lines, but then hold it against you. It's kind of a two-bit school obviously from the complaints all over the internet - read them yourself, but a bad experience for a faculty member and when only 1/2 students are happy with going there there's a serious issue. I know people need jobs but if you can, look somewhere else, avoid Corinthian.
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Go to thread Anonymous8051, Wednesday 04/16/14 17:42:20 UTC

Financial results

Corinthian Colleges, Inc. (COCO) will report financial results for the third quarter ended March 31, 2014, on May 6 prior to market open. The company will host a conference call at 12:00 p.m. ET (9:00 a.m. PT) on Tuesday, May 6 to review its performance and outlook.
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Go to thread Anonymous8050, Wednesday 04/16/14 17:22:44 UTC

Is CC really less expensive?

Camden Kids writes, in part, "currently teaching at a community college in Pennsylvania (offering less expensive, good quality vocational programs to working-class people, including vets)." Your CC gets $$$$$$ in government support, in additional to the financial aid funds. It is not clear if one were to compute the total cost that it's really cheaper. I'm paying for a "less expensive" CC programs that I never use. Also have you ever spoken to a student with $$$$$$ in CC student loans with little to nothing to show for it?
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Go to thread Anonymous7997, Tuesday 04/15/14 15:32:24 UTC

Wyo tech blairsville

It's getting so bad that we cannot get supplies to adequately instruct our students....The answer from management.....we don't have any money.....sad....
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Go to thread Camden Kid (dahnshaulis@gmail.com,, @USinjustice, dailycensored.com), Monday 04/14/14 16:42:47 UTC

CCi in the headlines (for corporate corruption)

News from the Pew Charitable Trusts....http://www.pewstates.org/projects/stateline/headlines/states-crack-down-on-for-profit-colleges-student-loan-industry-85899543625
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Go to thread Anonymous7940, Sunday 04/13/14 19:40:35 UTC

Statement of Corinthian Colleges RE: Complaint by Massachusetts Attorney General

Today’s action by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office disregards substantial, independent evidence that our two schools in Massachusetts have a strong record of offering students a quality education and treating them honestly and fairly. The Attorney General began its investigation three years ago this month, and has yet to produce a single complaint from any student who attended either of our schools, Everest Institute Brighton and Everest Institute Chelsea. The Office has declined repeated requests to tour our schools, talk with students and see firsthand how we operate. • The graduation rates for our programs at Everest Institute Brighton and Everest Institute Chelsea far exceed those for programs of the Massachusetts Community College system, according to U.S. Department of Education statistics. (Note: Although the AG’s action relates to both campuses, we are in the process of seeking buyers for the Everest Institute Brighton campus. We have discontinued enrolling new students, and if no buyer is found we expect classes there to conclude by October 2014. We will continue providing career services for Brighton campus graduates if the campus closes.) • The Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational School Education, the state agency that regulates our schools and monitors them on an ongoing basis, has found no evidence of misconduct as alleged by the Attorney General’s office. In fact, this Massachusetts regulator has not alleged any significant violations by either of our schools in the past 10 years. • Our Massachusetts campuses have recent job placement rates for graduates that range from 57 percent to 88 percent (depending on the instructional program). We have calculated these rates in a manner that is consistent with accreditation standards and other applicable regulations. The Massachusetts Community College system has no job placement requirements and does not, to our knowledge, monitor job placements for its graduates. During its investigation, the Attorney General’s Office attempted to manufacture and retroactively impose its own arbitrary job placement criteria, which have no foundation in law. Regrettably, today’s action will serve to reduce access to quality career education for the citizens of Massachusetts. We will vigorously defend the record of our campuses in Massachusetts and our employees’ commitment to the success of students and graduates. 2 Graduation Rates According to the most recent U.S. Department of Education data, our Everest Brighton and Chelsea campuses had graduation rates of 56 percent and 61 percent, respectively, for their programs. (Source: National Center for Education Statistics; first-time, full-time students who began their studies in 2009-2010) That same year, the Massachusetts community college system had a graduation rate of 16.4 percent. The system’s combined graduation and transfer rate was 32.4 percent. Massachusetts ranked 32nd among the 50 states in community college graduation rates. The states ahead of Massachusetts include Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky and Mississippi. In addition, the Massachusetts community college system receives more than $200 million annually in direct subsidies from state taxpayers. Our campuses have received no state subsidies, and have, in fact, paid state and local taxes. State Regulation Since 2012, our Everest Brighton and Chelsea campuses have been regulated by the Office of Private Occupational School Education. Prior to that they were regulated by the Department of Elementary and Secondary School Education. The Office of Private Occupational School Education maintains a website that lists all significant disciplinary actions taken against career colleges by both of these agencies as far back as 2003 (http://license.reg.state.ma.us/public/schools/licensure/suspension.html). The site lists no actions of any kind in relation to our campuses. Job Placement/Accreditation Instructional programs at our Everest Chelsea and Brighton campuses have job placement rates for graduates that range from 68% to 90%, according to 2013 data submitted to the accreditation agency for these campuses, ACCSC. (For more detail, see attached campus Fact Sheet.) During its investigation, the Attorney General’s Office reviewed four- and five-year-old job placement data on a random sample of 252 placements of our two Massachusetts campuses. While they have shared very little of their 3 evidence with us, we understand that they have taken issue with approximately 130 of the 252 placements. Remarkably, the AG’s Office disputed 107 of these 130 placements even though they met accreditation and regulatory requirements. To do so, the AG’s Office invented a subjective and arbitrary standard that is not included in any Massachusetts law or accreditation rule. Of the remaining 23 out of 130 disputed placements, the AG’s Office took issue with 10 because it was unable to reach the employers who hired the graduates. In only 13 cases – about 5 percent of total sample of 252 – did the AG’s Office raise specific concerns about individual placements. Nationwide, Corinthian Colleges has more than 700 Career Services employees dedicated to helping its graduates find employment. That’s about one Career Services employee for every 50 graduates. According to one study, community colleges across the nation have about one counselor for every 1,000 students, and those counselors are responsible for everything from academic to personal counseling. And unlike career colleges, community colleges do not track job placement rates or actively work to help their graduates find employment. In 2006, Corinthian formed a corporate verification team that promotes the accuracy of its job placement statistics. We believe this program is the first of its kind in career education. A sizeable team reviews the job placement results submitted by Corinthian’s individual campuses, checking with employers to make sure this data is correct. Contact: Kent Jenkins Jr. Corinthian Colleges Inc. (202) 255-7142 (Cell) (202) 682-9494 (Office) kentjenkins@cci.edu
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Go to thread Integrity (My ), Sunday 04/13/14 02:27:43 UTC

Butt

Almost 20 years with CCI. Many recognition awards for exemplary work. Even the now discontinued big P. Four weeks accrued vacation hours. Laid off with RIF April 11th. Yesterday ~ Friday. SEVERANCE Package. Please pay attention - - - Two weeks pay. AND AND AND. Nothing! You heard correctly. NOTHING! What about your accrued vacation hours? Nothing! What about your new vacation hours? Nothing! What about all the integrity chatter from the Bridge? All their talk about integrity and caring for the employees? NOTHING. Corporate directors and officers. You ought to their severance package. Rich Rich! And More.
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Go to thread Anonymous7910, Saturday 04/12/14 19:30:37 UTC

You have got to be kidding.

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Go to thread Anonymous7857, Friday 04/11/14 17:00:30 UTC

California trial date set for April 15, 2015

The California trial date has been set for April 15, 2015. It will be a jury trial probably lasting 2 weeks.
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Go to thread Steve (Top), Friday 04/11/14 06:13:42 UTC

S. O.

When an employee gets hit with a RIF what's the severance money? Please help if you really know. Many Thanks. It would help to know. I C it coming...
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Go to thread Anonymous7796, Thursday 04/10/14 19:48:06 UTC

Gainful Employment

Poor Jack, begging for the "Gainful Employment" regulation not to pass. Big trouble for for-profit schools like CCi. http://youtu.be/Vj-nOt8nJ9g He might not be able to afford his Yacht if this legislation passes. (http://www.forbes.com/profile/jack-massimino/)
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Go to thread Anonymous7778, Thursday 04/10/14 17:05:55 UTC

Any school that recruits during Maury and springer has to be a great school right? If your a jobless moron cci will treat you as such.

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Go to thread Camden Kid (dahnshaulis@gmail.com, @USinjustice, dailycensored.com), Wednesday 04/09/14 14:25:59 UTC

Here Comes the Second Shoe to Fall

First there was CA AG Kamala Harris. Now Jack Conway (KY) and other AGs are coming out stronger....http://www.bloomberg.com/video/kentucky-ag-conway-on-online-for-profit-colleges-_Pw039y6T6OtrD1HmjwQ6A.html?cmpid=yhoo
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Go to thread Anonymous7644, Tuesday 04/08/14 18:00:32 UTC

It is so quiet in here you could hear a stock fall

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Go to thread Anonymous7628, Tuesday 04/08/14 07:36:43 UTC

They may expect more, but simply give less. What's the worst thing that can happen? You get out the door sooner? Like that's a bad thing.

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Go to thread Whisbers (Halls), Tuesday 04/08/14 00:04:32 UTC

Sorry guys...

Florida April 1 - 30 Florida beware the riffs are here. Terminations too. If that's not enough here's what stress will do. The beaten and bruised that stay are trying to remain sane, so here's what they do.. Resign, quit or just runaway. If you can, here is what you must do ... RUN, RUN Go oh oh oh. The latest Florida news the is that the axe is back. Now!
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Go to thread Camden Kid (dahnshaulis@gmail.com, @USinjustice), Monday 04/07/14 19:02:34 UTC

A Safer Way of Blowing the Whistle...

If there is anyone who would like to correspond with me about any criminal or unethical activity, you can use anonymous email....http://www.theanonymousemail.com
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Go to thread Alert (Campus), Monday 04/07/14 01:01:30 UTC

Alert

Corinthian campuses in the heartland are doing MUCH better than the east coast. Florida may cost more than the risk. Great place to cut expenses. SOON
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Go to thread Anonymous7580, Sunday 04/06/14 23:41:02 UTC

Cutting add - on classes blairsville wyotech

I heard they are closing add on classes like Motor sports and chassis fab. Has anyone else heard that.
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