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I have already participated in an open forum on analog, how it works, building racks, and other topics related. I was there for extra help in filling out my application and seeking money for school. I was even there to find work, and received help with fine-tuning my resume'. I was AMAZED! I never thought I would get as much help as I have received from Christian Romasanta and Tony Tobias. They are awesome, and have been there whenever I have had any questions, or needed help in the process of completing my application for enrollment. Tony sat down with me to help improve my resume' and Christian suggested a GREAT PLACE, CLOSE TO SCHOOL, and as of TODAY I have a job! It is all too exciting, and I am extremely excited! I am ready to WORK! Success stories are before me, and I will succeed.
SAE is the best of the best! Great professors, very knowledgeable and down to Earth. I highly recommend SAE Institute to take your career to a NEW LEVEL
I have not started school, but from what I can tell from the one open forum session that I did attend, I feel like the curriculum is EXACTLY what I am looking for, and I have been doing research with a few schools over the years. This one has a state-of-the-art facility that I am all too excited to work in. As a Music enthusiast and DJ, I want to advance in producing my own material, and on my own. It has been discussed with me that this can happen, but it is all up to ME. I requested a tour at Columbia College of Chicago, and they seemed apprehensive to do so. I was left feeling really discouraged, and with that I cancelled. I do not wish to attend another school where I am treated like this. The uniqueness comes from just how sincere the staff is willing to help you get your foot in the door and started! The concern is there, and if you need help, don't be afraid to ask! The workload I have not experienced, but I have worked on music in studios over the years, so I have an idea. At this time, I am taking as many opportunities to work in the industry and seeking an internship. I have been working on the side with individuals for stage and lighting, I dj on the side, and I also MARKET MUSIC...I believe I make a great fit, and failure is NOT AN OPTION.