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  • Equity Trading Capital
    Retired trader David Green brings more than 25 years of Wall Street floor experience to his teaching at Equity Trading Capital. David and his team of full-time trader instructors coincide in-class sessions with the ringing of the New York Stock Exchange bell as they expound upon everything from stock-market lingo to optimal trading times, enlightening first-time traders and keeping experienced stock slingers up to date. Onsite lessons may include live simulated trading platforms where students can make trades, while online materials include a live chatroom for gleaning on the spot tips and advice.
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    40 Wall St.
    Manhattan, NY US
  • Dapper Training
    Dapper Training offers a variety of mac-based consumer and pro application instruction for individuals, groups and businesses in a classroom, remote or on-site setting. We teach everything from getting the most out of your iGagets to iWork and iLife essentials and pro app intensives for Logic, Pro Tools and Final Cut Pro!
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    349 5th Ave
    New York, NY US
  • Kaplan
    With a dedicated team of online and in-person instructors and sophisticated adaptive learning technology, Kaplan Test Prep's GMAT- and GRE-preparation courses provide students with the tools needed to succeed and a higher-score guarantee. On Demand courses grant students access to a vast online repository of video instruction, simulating a classroom environment from the comfort of a home office or underwater laboratory, whereas practice tests are adapted to the student's skill level, pushing their brains to operational capacity. Heightening classroom-like reality even further are the Classroom Anywhere courses, which stream live video of Kaplan's expert instructors providing interaction complete with audio chat, a virtual white board, and class-wide polling. For those who demand more corporeal instruction and real-life consequences for chewing gum in class, Classroom On-Site courses provide personal attention, with in-person classroom sessions led by test-mastering instructors.
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    395 Hudson Street
    New York, NY US
  • Prohibition Spirits Academy of Bartending
    Just because alcohol was outlawed during Prohibition didn't mean that no one drank. In fact, it was often the opposite, with speakeasies cropping up throughout the country and bartenders whipping up old fashioned cocktails such as the Bee's Knees, the Highball, and the Sidecar. These are the kinds of classic recipes high in gin, bourbon, and rebelliousness that are taught at Prohibition Spirits Academy of Bartending. Instead of crafting run-of-the-mill drinks, students learn to recreate the eclectic libations from a bygone era. Their teachers: a quartet who, between them, have owned 12 bars, served as head bartenders at a variety of establishments, and been lauded by Time Out, Gotham Magazine, and Grey Goose. Together, the foursome instills drink knowledge in their students, and offers continuing education courses and job assistance.
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    121 University Place
    Manhattan, NY US
  • Paint Nite NYC
    The creators of Paint Nite started their on-location art parties as a way to bring people together over a mutual love of art and cocktails. Events take place at bars in New York, Los Angeles, and more than 20 other cities, and have been touted by New York Magazine as the Best Friend Date and profiled by The Daily Beast. During each two-hour session, participants create a 16?x20? reproduction of the night's chosen artwork while sipping a beer, mixed drink, or glass of wine purchased from the bar. Paint Nite supplies all other materials, including paint and brushes, canvases, easels, and aprons. They even supply a local artist who guides participants through each step of the painting process, such as choosing a color palette.
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    22-55 31st Street
    Astoria, NY US
  • Ral'eau Salsa Dance Company
    Amid the illuminated signs, speedo-clad cowboys, and web-slinging superheroes of Times Square, it can become difficult to stand out. Ral’eau Salsa Dance Company, one of the neighborhood’s many businesses, has just the solution—teaching students to express themselves through a variety of energetic, sensual dances that originated in Latin America and calorie-torching Zumba classes. Teachers demonstrate the steps of New York- and LA-style salsa with patience and positivity, using easy-to-follow cues to help students master each swivel, spin, and air-guitar solo. They also teach other styles of movement, including tango, hip-hop, and swing, which students can take to the streets during field trips to dance clubs and cruise ships. In addition to hosting signature Salsa classes, Ral’eau Salsa Dance Company opens its spacious, climate-controlled studios to those who want to tone muscles and burn fat through Zumba classes. Fostering a community of 1,000-plus members, the company hosts more than 300 classes per month across various disciplines while maintaining intimate class sizes. With five levels of progressive advancement, students will meet new people, improve dancing techniques, boost self-esteem, and stay fit while swiveling their moves in a lively environment. To accompany a wide array of fitness classes including pilates, yoga, and mixed martial arts, instructors lead private dance lessons to help couples gear up for weddings, proms, or three-legged races on the set of Soul Train.
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    300 W 43rd St, Ste 600
    New York, NY US

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