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Subject: Re: ITT Tech - opinions?
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 18:01:10 -0700
Organization: MindSpring Enterprises
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If you request literature from them be prepared for years of mailings.
Tech schools are only as good as the students that go in them. While I have
no direct experience with ITT, I have interviewed techs from other schools
that range from slackers who think a piece of paper and an average grade
will automatically get them a job to brilliant persons who should be
engineers but cannot afford ($ or time) a 4 year school (these are the gems
I look for).
These schools generally do have a good curriculum that covers the essential
material but it will be up to you to digest and make use of that material.
Survey local compannies for the jobs they need or you might end up having to
move to make your degree work. Now is not a great time for new-hire tech
grads (I can hire experienced techs for the same price I could get
inexperienced ones a couple of years ago) but by the time you get out,
things should be rosey again.
"TomR2" wrote in message
> I would like to know if anyone has experience with or info on ITT Tech.
> Good, bad, indifferent, I'd like to hear it all.I see their ads on TV
> and I have to wonder about them.
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