Thread regarding SAE Institute (formerly the School of Audio Engineering) layoffs

Navitas to Close SAE Campuses - Article 12-16-2015

This article today announces more closures...a nd soon more SAE campuses that are not showing "long term performance":

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I heard he found another gig. And had been keeping his eyes open since the first major layoff.

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Thank you, Deneise Miranda, for responding. I figured as corporate HR, you would be the last to know :-)

by | Post ID: @EZTsWMj-4lew

I just found out the LA campus director is gone. They are looking for someone now.

by | Post ID: @EZTsWMj-2fgn

What happened to the Director of the LA Campus? He's no longer listed on the website.

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Can you verify your last post about Chicago? Too many posts here are just opinion then taken as fact.

by | Post ID: @EZTsWMj-1usw

Chicago is on the list.

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Scary... But to be expected

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Makes sense to me. We all know that SAE campuses were opened all over the place with no real; plan.

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Navitas said it had also reviewed the SAE Division and had identified a small number of SAE colleges which were not considered viable over the long term.

“In some cases these colleges operate in highly unfavourable or competitive markets with limited long term potential,” the company said.

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