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Complaint Review: Institute Of Technology
Institute Of Technology564 W Herndon Ave Clovis, California United States of America
Institute Of Technology IOT Ripp off, Fasle Promises,no education at all Clovis, California
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Then i got to my final class.At first you see all the art in the class and your excited, but its not what it seems. We were learning photography and got a camera from the school which of course youu paid for. But what a sorry little camera. Nothing photography about it. Our work was never checked and nothing educational about it.Then the career services SUCKS. They never helped me find a job, and if so they would recommend me after the newer students. And they would ask me if I had any leads on jobs and i made the mistake of telling them were i was interviewing and they told the newer students about the job. Then i had made business cards and they had classified me as being hired by myself. What a bunch of lazy People.I just gave up and cut all contact with them. I wish i had read some of these complaints, but all i have to show for it is a loan that i have to pay. Beaware you can learn a lot more from tutorials on the internet then at this school.
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