Since the company?s inception in 1987, more than 100,000 students have earned certification or bolstered their earning power at NYREI. Graduates including Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric Trump have made their way through the flexible schedule of courses for aspiring Realtors, small-business owners, and freelancers of all stripes. Besides licensing courses for real-estate brokers and salespeople, the school offers more than 50 programs. The sessions include investor training, workshops on LEED accreditation, and one-on-one tutoring. Those stuck at home, in the office, or waiting at a glacier crossing can still take steps to further their careers with a large selection of online classes.
In 1977, career educators Eileen and Raymond Huntington opened the first Huntington Learning Center in Oradell, New Jersey. Their mission to give every child the best education possible is still going strong. They use an individualized approach to education, adjusting instructional tactics according to each student?s particular needs.
Due to their success in helping K?12 students prepare for exams and improve grades and study skills, there are currently 260 Huntington franchises open nationwide.
The certified Huntington tutoring staff utilizes testing and rubrics for assessing each child?s skills, academic needs and potential for growth. Tutors note student response to different testing and academic situations to craft a methodology sensitive to each child?s learning style. Teachers adhere to the company?s code of ethics that stresses professionalism and confidentiality, encouraging students to improve grades honestly through dedicated study rather than shortcuts.
The FAA-certified instructors at Nassau Flyers have helped countless students obtain pilot licenses since 1976. Today, their rental fleet still roars to life, lifts off from Republic Airport, and soars into the skies above Long Island's shorelines and New York City's iconic skyline. Nestled within the likes of a Cessna 152 or a Piper Cruiser PA28-140, the instructors let students take the controls during their very first lesson, and then guide them all the way to FAA licensure.
The ground school complements this in-air training with classroom work and simulator time. Their Redbird FMX full-motion simulator wraps students in a fully enclosed cockpit and lets them practice various scenarios. When not training the next generation of pilots, Nassau Flyers' staff is often in the hanger maintaining aircrafts or anxiously awaiting the new Wilbur Wright action figure to put in their pilot shop.
Calling upon Life Branders for help with job or school applications can mean one-on-one meetings, r?sum? and essay edits, or any combination thereof. The application experts also design self-guided, online curricula that help clients get their own applications in shape. Whatever the service, Life Branders has only one goal in mind?helping their clients achieve their dreams whether its getting into grad school or finding a new job.
The J Co Review website quotes a study that suggests students who learn something new in a visual manner retain six times more information than those who learned by listening or reading alone. And it’s that tenet—that visual learning is most efficient—that makes the test prep company stand out. Using illustrations and narrated animations, J Co Review hopes to make the learning process more entertaining while helping students recall information more quickly during timed tests. With courses that include prep work for the MCAT and AP science classes, students can learn everything they need to feel ready to take their upcoming tests or paint masterpieces of the endocrine system.
First, you center the clay. Slapping the amorphous blob down on the wheel, you slowly find the symmetrical point in the middle of the wheel before gracefully wrestling the malleable material up and out into a recognizable form. At Clay Art Workshop, new students start from the ground up, learning the nuance of crafting a work of art from hunks of smooth earth. After forms have dried, pupils will learn how to glaze their pieces to create a completed work, which is then fired inside the studio's kiln. All levels of potters ages 18 and up are welcome, and the cost of the class includes clay but excludes a muse, which costs extra.