Allen - Jamaica is a for-profit college located in Queens, New York in the New York City Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 354 undergraduate students. The Allen - Jamaica acceptance rate is 100%. The only major offered is Medical Assistant. Graduating 70% of students, Allen - Jamaica alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $19,200.
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I enjoyed being at Allen School. I loved each class and i enjoyed the Professors. Even the front security Frankie was awesome and a pleasure to see daily. However, on a more professional level with work... I was unable to receive help finding internship opportunities when I moved out of state. Which left me without work in that field for a little over a year now. I have not been able to get the constant practice that i did when i was in NY at the internship i was placed in there and ive tried contacting via email asking if i was able to get help like the other college ive been to in regards to finding help out of state and i have yet to get a reply. It sucks that im not able to do anything where i am living now and it feels like it was all for nothing. Maybe one day ill be able to go back to school and start over where i currently am. it just feels like its been a waste :(
I love this school and the people who wirk here. They have been with me every step ans i am three weeks in to school.
Most of the students enrolled are hard working, most have full time jobs. All of us though, want to strive for a better future and that attribute really comes out in the discussions. It is easy to see why Allen School is known for their graduates. Their is definitely a readiness to learn and finish the program among the students. We all have lives, but at Allen School they understand that, and make the transition to student that much easier.