Can anyone tell me how the Dallas campus is being affected by all of this? A friend of mine applied for a position there.
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'Dallas is doing just fine. No one on this site knows anything about Ai.'
Just the opposite! .......low life bunch of crooks - the whole bunch --
Your friend should check the news coverage of this dumpster fire. Even if a position is offered, this situation is anything but stable. Schools are now closed without notice and there aren’t enough employees to require a severance.
Don’t listen to those still spewing DCEH talking points, we were told to ignore the reality of the situation, too, yet the government has had to step in, Thousands of students are still waiting on degrees and/or stipends, and faculty are awaiting pay.
And shame on those of you still pretending the schools will be okay. There is absolutely no confidence that the schools will remain open next month, let alone long term.
Dallas is doing just fine. No one on this site knows anything about Ai.
How many administrators at Ai Dallas? Pres? VP? Dean? Program directors?
How many full-time faculty?
How many students?
It’s assumed there’s a full admissions and financial aid staff.
Will Betsy DeVos be paid? Will she have health insurance? Will this post be removed?
AiDallas is OK so far. It was saved by the Studio deal. But, as everyone has related, it is only a matter of time before AiDallas and the remaining 6-7 schools close down.
The Studio deal was done more of less to liquidate what is remaining at those schools and take them to bankruptcy. It’s just a matter of time.
with all that has happened and the history - don't let them apply there - waste of time and energy and the pay is terrible -- apply to community college instead
I’d tell her to withdraw her application or not accept any interviews.
I do not work for AI, but as someone who is passively looking for a job, here is the advice I would give your friend:
Considering all the trouble and closures of AI schools, would you want to take a job with them? Especially since it is clearly going under, and will be taking everything and everyone with them?
I've had a few chances to interview with Sears non-retail positions. I passed on all of them. I was right in doing so, as the company went into bankruptcy, and then into something else that is also bound to go bankrupt in the end.
So, in short: Would you, or your friend, want to risk working at a place that might not be there in 6-12 months? Would you risk not getting paid?