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  • Aurora Bartending School
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? At Aurora, we provide "hands on" bar training using our patent-pending, repetitive systems. Our students are prepped to work in any type of bar environment. It's not just about knowing the ingredients to a drink, its about knowing how to make them quickly, prcisely, and under stressful situations. What can a student expect in one of your classes? Loud music, crazy lighting, and a whole lot of drink making!... Oh yea, lets not forget the FUN. We've spared no expense at our NEW state of the art NJ Bartending facility to mimic the high energy atmosphere of a real bar/nightclub. It's so much fun, you'll forget that your actually learning!! What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Ask anyone in the industry about their bartending school experience...(the ones that didn't go to Aurora of course)... and they'll all tell you the same thing. "Waste of time"... Not here. Not at Aurora. We've taken a broken concept, and not only fixed it, we PERFECTED it. Come see for yourself. What do you love most about your job? What other job lets you be out at the hottest bars/nightclubs, listening to the hottest new music, meeting hundreds of people each night, AND make up to
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    4916 Arthur Kill Road
    Staten Island, NY US
  • Caddell Prep Llc
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Our classes are up to date with the most recent changes to the high school math curriculum. We simply math by explaining concepts in ways that are easy to understand. Plus, classes are limited to 8 students, so students will be able to ask questions and get help. Do you provide any materials? What should your students expect to bring? We provide all handouts in class. Students only need to bring a notebook and calculator to class. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Math always made sense to me and I enjoyed explaining it to friends and family. I saw there was a need for quality and affordable tutoring in a small class setting, so I made the change from engineering to tutoring. What do you love most about your job? The best part about the job is hearing a student say, "Wow, now it makes sense."
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    91 Guyon Ave2nd Fl
    Staten Island, NY US
  • salon forte art studio
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Our business is not only a hair salon, but an art studio, and music studio as well. As customers are taking a lesson, Bart plays soothing live piano music. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Everyone fell in love with Lydia's artwork, and started requesting lessons. Then Lydia was featured on the TV show 'U Can Do It 2' where she started giving lessons. Starting Salon Forte Art Studio seemed like the next logical progression to begin instructing artists. What do you love most about your job? I was Vidal Sassoon's 1st apprentice in N.Y.C., on 803 Madison Ave. What is the best reaction you’ve ever gotten from a customer? The best reaction was seeing a customer accomplish a work of art that they couldn't have done without Lydia's instruction, visualizing their progress.
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    2110 Forest Avenue
    staten island, NY US
  • Sylvan Learning Center - NY locations
    At more than 900 learning centers across the world, Sylvan Learning offers kids a leg up through personalized programs prescribed by an in-depth skills assessment. Students build on past lessons to learn progressively, and sessions may hone in on different disciplines, granting kids the confidence to interpret literature and the rhetorical skills needed to negotiate a later bedtime. The positive mindset of personable, invested instructors helps to inspire kids to greater academic feats, as does a prize program that rewards hard work with CDs and gift cards.
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    1919 Hylan Boulevard
    Staten Island, NY US
  • Brooklyn Martial Arts
    Pete Lawson's passion for the martial arts is more than 30 years old, reaching all the way back to when he took his first karate lesson in Jamaica when he was 13 years old. His love for the discipline blossomed, eventually earning him five black belts, a spot in world tournaments, and the opportunity to spar against master martial artists. He also studied Brazilian jiujitsu under renowned master Renzo Gracie, one of the sons of Brazil's famed family of martial artists. As a believer in the saying "to whom much is given, much is required," Lawson decided to put his accolades and experience to good use founding and teaching at his own academy, Brooklyn Martial Arts. Today, he offers classes for all levels of Brazilian jiujitsu and mixed martial arts, preparing students for everything from self-defense to competition. Lawson also imparts lessons of discipline and perseverance to little ones in kids' classes, using martial arts as a platform to improve their schoolwork, teach them nonviolent ways to deal with bullies, and strengthen their listening skills by having them perform pushups with their ears. They even host birthday parties for kids, where the birthday boy or girl cuts the cake with a real sword and competes in fun and friendly martial-arts-based games and activities.
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    289 Livingston St, 3rd Fl
    Downtown Brooklyn, NY US
  • Esaie Couture Design School
    Each era has its own distinct style, whether it's the flapper fashions of the Roaring Twenties or the bell-bottomed disco inferno of the 1970s. Yet, as colorful, irreverent, and chest-hair friendly as certain fashions have been over time, they all originated from a humble needle and thread. "Sewing," as co-owner and co-founder of Esaie Couture Design School Wanda Bruno says, "is totally creative, but practical. It's one of those skills that you have for a lifetime." Wanda's first foray into the fashion world was as a student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she studied tailoring and menswear. The specificity and accuracy tailoring required established a firm foundation for her skills, which she used to land roles on design teams at Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, and Ralph Lauren, where she worked during the launch of Polo Sport in the early 1990s. No matter her place of employment, her style philosophy remained timeless: "Ill-fitting clothes throughout the ages will never look good. A good fit is tremendously important." Wanda now shares her tailoring talents with the homemakers, hobbyists, and aspiring designers who populate her school. There, instructors reveal sewing basics during intensive single-day workshops and teach new skills. During long-term workshops ranging from four or six weeks to three or six months, students build skills that help them construct career paths in the fashion industry or to start their own businesses.
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    1515 Church Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY US
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