Most recent review:
ProsGood career preparation, Hands-on training, Sometimes, you were able to make a real difference to someone.
Cons3 years for only an associate degree, that included working 32 hour every week unpaid for a future job that started at $16 hour.
Other commentsCompleted 3 year Associate Degree (yes, the Program was actually 3 full years long), including a 32 hour per week unpaid internship for two full years. – a typical day of training depended on your Clinical Site. Some Actively Trained, Other just wanted slave labor. – I did manage to learn everything I would ever need about my field, whether through direct training or my own volition. – Teachers..left much to be desired. – training culture again, depending on your Clinical Site. Some Actively Trained, Other just wanted slave labor. – the hardest part of the training = Mistreatment from the Clinical Staff – the most enjoyable part of the training, was helping someone get better and they were able to feel better. The feeling you were able to make a real difference, even if it was just for one person.
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