Signature Service: Real-estate licensing course
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Average Duration of Services: 4+ hours
Francisco Gomes began his professional life as a preacher, but found his path soon leading him to the world of real estate. It was his love of talking to people that got him there, and his love of talking to people that lead him to success. Ultimately he became the director of ABS School of Real Estate & Insurance, where he and his staff help guide people down that same real-estate path. Through courses and books, the pros prep students to earn a real estate-license or a home-inspector's certification so they can charge people every time they say, "Nice house."
School of Real Estate Studies helps students launch promising careers with easy-to-understand classes in all aspects of real estate. Pupils can earn credentials for both the sales and brokerage sectors of the industry with online and in-class course modules that prepare clients for acing the state licensing exam. Students can master the ins and outs of real estate law for New Jersey, Connecticut, and New York, learning about important regulations and laws like the one stating that licking a property doesn't make you its owner.
Crafts, trips to the park, walks around the historic district of Teaneck?these are just a sampling of activities kids engage in at Stanford Enrichment Learning Academy. The center acts as a daycare five days a week, activating young minds and keeping kids physically active with a teaching staff that leads kids ages 2.5?6 years old in a slew of fun activities. Additionally, the staff tutors students of all ages to help them succeed in school and prepare for upcoming tests.
A multidisciplinary cultural development center, GainVille specializes in language lessons for children but also offers classes for adults, ESL classes, and academic support, including educational-placement programs, counseling, and tutoring. A teaching staff of native Spanish, Italian, French, Mandarin, and Arabic speakers leads immersive sessions that not only cover grammar and vocabulary but also delve into the art, history, cuisine, and famous yo-yoists of the regions where each respective language is spoken. To fill up on brain food before or after class, students can head down to the café for some healthy international cuisine.