Thread regarding Dream Center Education Holdings, LLC (DCEH) layoffs

Admissions has no scruples

At AIS the Admissions people brought in so many students that should never have been in college. They were the “golden child” to the President and all those EC members that jumped when she said Jump. Admissions... you didn’t really care about the students you were putting in debt so I am tired of hearing some people bs about “their students” . You were the equivalent to a bad used car salesmen. Your gullibility and lack of common sense is something I will never understand. Good luck being unemployed. Unless you have picked up some other skills, you will land in a low level sales or customer service job. You ruined these young people’s lives forever.

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mo--n 1: you’re a snarky id--t.

mo--n 2: I know you are but what am I.

mo--n 1: I said it first you snarky id--t.

mo--n 2: I know you are but what am I.

mo--n 1: Imbecile.

mo--n 2: I know you are but what am I.

Again, why anonymous blogs are f---ing useless.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-3ojz

@XtcskxZ-2fzw oh I'm the snarky one? Lol...ok.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-2uri

@XtcskxZ-2fzw

You sound deliriously happy and for your good fortune in finding a job--that's great!

But try to work on that snarky routine. It makes you sound like a unreconstituted asswipe.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-2bro

@XtcskxZ-1zzt I already have one. I am very happy. I am no longer with Ai. But thanks for your well wishes. Best of luck to you as well.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-2fzw

So why did I see students enrolled with low GPAs and all sorts of other issues that would not allow them to be a student. 3 quarters of failing grades and we still hung on to them. I even saw homeless students enrolled. Shouldn’t a student have control of their basic needs before being placed in a game art or video program where full time jobs are scarce? You played on how s-xy the jobs were and they bit the bait. Yes, there were plenty of successes but quite a few real misses that should have been avoided. Good luck finding a job.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-1zzt

Who to blame? Admissions. That's an easy one. Bunch of used car salespeople. Sickening. Not real higher education practicioners.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-ytt

@XtcskxZ-abu stealing money? What? LOL! This is too funny..!

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-zul

@XtcskxZ-wpo well your "declarative statement" is absolutely incorrect and it's ignorant.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-jvn

Please everyone, stop the offensive language against Used Car Salespeople. That’s an ugly stereotype and pure hate speech.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-jtu

I loved stealing money from all the chumps that came my way. I am a scum recruiter. It was that easy...

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-abu

@XtcskxZ-wpo

Not implying a damn thing. It's a declarative statement. The record speaks for itself or did you forget the freaking "pain funnel?" and so much more. It's pathetic

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-sdh

Implying that the men and women who worked in admissions had no scruples is an incorrect generalization. You're wrong, plain and simple. I am proud of many of the students that enrolled with me. They used their education as a catalyst to do great things. Your anger is misdirected. The mindset that a degree, any degree, is a guarantee for lucrative career is a mistake. Plenty of students graduated and chose to do nothing with their education. How is that the fault of admissions? Used car salesmen? Hardly. I NEVER lied to anyone about anything and I take offense to that comparison. I chose to leave a few weeks ago BECAUSE I was no longer comfortable recruiting students into the instability... so try again.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-wpo

@XtcskxZ-vdl

Let's see what we can say here considering the EDMC/DCEH admissions personnel were always about, if nothing, else "elegance."

To that end, your retort to my "Ahh Shut UP!" remonstration being the very kind essence of gentlemanliness and scholarship, coupled with your extremely helpful discursive instruction on the way the world actually works leads me to believe that you may yourself have graduated from a reputable school with perhaps a long history of turning out many fine young men and women to enter the workforce, fully prepared to contribute to society. We're all grateful for that, no doubt.

With that said I can't help but humbly equate your erudite law of the jungle defense of admissions' practices down through the years with the often heard last gasp of the convicted p----hile when being taken out of the courtroom in handcuffs after sentencing, blurting out: "But they wanted it, I tell ya! They all wanted it!"

You go now.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-dne

Admission are just used car salesmen

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-uge

vdl- being a con artist is an act of free will too.....

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-itl

@XtcskxZ-has Very elegant response. Thanks for the educated and reflective contribution to the discussion.

The education is what you make of it. The choices that were made to enroll were made with free will. Own it. The campus I worked for was filled with talented faculty, staff and students. And some of those students didn't make it, as is with ALL COLLEGES. The schools failed because of poor upper management, not admissions.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-vdl

@XtcskxZ-nrr

Ahhhhhhhhh Shut Up!!!

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-has

Successful AI alumni equals skills obtained from YouTube, illegal downloads and torrents.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-zps

Cry me a river. Admissions didn’t force anyone to go to school there. Have some self accountability.. Also there are PLENTY of successesful Ai alumni. Plenty!

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-nrr

I love how it’s always admissions fault…give me an effing break! It’s not management, and the execs of the company that push and push and threaten? There are SOME ethical ECs that try to do the right thing. Try to help these students who need to be educated. No, by no means was any DCEH school without moral issues of recruiting students who should never have been there in the first place…but…let’s not lay the full burden on admissions here; everyone had their hand in getting these students through the process and in class… if anyone thinks their NOT complicit…you’re gravely mistaken.

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Post ID: @XtcskxZ-lsj

All your points are valid – you do realize this was intentional? Employees in admissions were trained to be boiler room style sales people. Many didn’t “cut the mustard quote, which is why there’s such a high turnover in the job. The people who didn’t last were the ones with morals and ethics. Needless to say those people have moved on to other successful roles.

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