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3 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

I am very disappointed with Everest Institute (Marietta, GA). Don't believe that they have jobs awaiting for you after graduation. First they can't keep adequate staff so therefore you're going from counselor to counselor. They lie and say they will help you find employment but then when the time comes to find a job, they give you all these stories about all the other schools that they are competing with for these jobs. Why didn't you tell us that before you got our financial aide money! DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE! I have been out of school for over a year and yet to find a job. I have had three different counselors and none have been any help. I don't think they care their just there for a paycheck. DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE! The whole time you're in school there was always a staff member smiling in your face but as soon as your out of there, Good riddance!! I wouldn't recommend it unless you're already working in this field but just need a diploma.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller
Graduation Year: 2014

They suck you with the belief they really want to help you better yourself. My first instructor was great. She knew what she was talking about. Half way through our second mod she was fired. The other instructor was a really nice lady but didn't know anything about coding. That was what we were there to learn. We ended up generally teaching ourselves. The Claimgear computer system is a joke and had glitches and wouldn't work half the time. They have been cleaning house in the Career Services, Admissions and Instructors. Not one that I started with is there any longer. What a huge cluster.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

When I first started at the Everest in Chesapeake VA 23320 I was extremely excited. I came to the school and they gave me a tour and when you enter the school there is a board up of some of the people who have gotten jobs after they graduated. I was very impressed at that and that made me more excited about attending because I wanted to be one of those individuals. I aced all my courses and ended the school year with a 4.0 GPA. . I was an ambassador for my high academic scores and also had perfect attendance my whole school year. I'm writing this review on Monday June 23, 2014 and I'm still jobless!!! Even with all of my Great academic achievements Deans list, Presidents list etc. I still have no job. Everest is a terrible school i went several times after i graduated to do mock interviews and to get change around my resume to make it more appealing to employers. I would always have to pop up at the school because my career rep never answered his phone and never returned msgs or calls. BRAD MITCHELL is an example of a bed rep and he needs to be fired!! Every time you call the school you can never get up with this man! And when he did it was only through text msgs no on the phone conversation at all. This school is a job. Now I'm back working a retail job trying to keep up with my monthly student loan every month which i can barely afford to pay. People please take my advice and either go to a community college or go to a university and not Everest University!! A real school where they take pride in helping there students meet there goals of being successful. Have you ever wondered how many of the employers who work at Everest went to a Everest college?? NONE!! they all went to universities and community colleges that are accredited schools!! This Everest student loan is just another bill on top of my other bills! so I basically just dug myself into a deeper hole. $17,000 I HAVE TO PAY BACK!!! The reps schedule your appointments back to back so when you meet with them they are rushing you out of there office so they can meet with the next student. Take my advice and take your money else where please people don't end up like me! Employees look at Everest students as a joke!

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Pharmacy Technician/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

After graduating on the honor roll and with perfect attendance, I was still not able to get hired. The school doesn't show any interest in you once they get your $20k. Pretty much give you a stack of phone numbers of places to call that they pulled straight from the internet and say good luck! Such a joke of a school. 2 years later, unemployed and in debt for the next 15years. Save your time and money.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

My program at Everest is wonderful!! The program is intense and was very fast paced, but well worth it in the end and the instructors are so great and put so much heart into what they do! I was able to get a job within two months after leaving my program and two of my best friends were hired as a Dental Assistant and a Medical Assistant shortly after they graduated. They too love what they do and love the offices and the people they work with. We get so spoiled by the doctors we work for! Lunch every day, Coach purses and Tiffany baubles as gifts for birthdays and holidays, use of their summer cottage for our families. I have a great job and I am loving life, all because I chose to go to Everest!! I was also a work study for the Career Services Department during my time as a student, so I saw how hard they worked and how much heart that team put into trying to mold students into hirable candidates. I would say that any negative comment you read regarding this school comes from a graduate that is just plain un-hirable. Someone that didn’t listen to the advice of their Career Representative and has poor interviewing skills, spotty employment history, and is just plain lazy and doesn’t network themselves! These are the people that I always overheard complaining!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Animal Science
Graduation Year: 2014

Admissions Rep, T., G. false information while giving information about their medical assisting program to attract more interest in the program. Beginning of January 2013, I met with T., my admissions rep, who knew I was interest in becoming an RN. I told him, I was only interested in taking a program that would get me a step closer to my RN career. He stated that their MA program would be the best fit for me as oppose to LVN School because " LVNs are running out of work". He also said, there will be bridge courses for MA to RN programs. And as far as LVNs go, they will soon be forgotten as MAs are taking over. I got excited hearing this because I thought this would be a quicker way to become an RN. He also said I would get my CNA certification. Just to clarify, I said "Certified NURSE ASSISTANT" Certification. He said yes, which is another step closer to my goal as an RN. He also said MAs are in demand, and with the help of career services, I should get a job in no time. The truth? -I'm a graduated MA, still applying for jobs along with career services "helping me". They have done my resume for me, so I feel confident my resume is not the problem. It's been months down the road, still no call backs from the leads "they have sent out my resume to". -I have some questions for my admission rep TEO; So can you please tell me more about that school that takes MAs and bridges them off to RN? Can you also lead me to the right direction of where I can get my CNA certification since you said this program would help me? And where you stated I would get time reduced in half for it? OR how about helping me find a school that will take my credits towards my RN PROGRAM. Perhaps you can explain to me or point me in the right direction as far as putting my one year of schooling from EVEREST towards my RN program? (I cant express that enough as I feel I wasted a whole year on this when I could of started my ACTUAL PROGRAM) Since I told you I didn't want to waste time, and that I wanted to JUMP right in to my CORRECT PROGRAM THAT WILL GET ME STARTED ON MY CAREER THAT I WANTED? -No time reduced, as I am treated like a first year nursing student. No special or different, no credits transferred and all I have to carry with me is my knowledge. Which is what leads me to the answer Ive been hearing from my complaint. "But you have a head start out of everyone in your LVN nursing program, it least you have the knowledge" What I think? No, I may have the knowledge and I may be ahead for the little that the MAs and LVNs have in common, but that certainly does not change my graduation date nor the time I wasted in your MA program. Money wasted once again, I didnt want to waste 20,000 dollars to have knowledge, your MA program is not a PRE-REQ to MY NURSING PROGRAM. So stop giving me the excuse "It least you have knowledge and your ahead of your class" I am happy with the education I got (as far as the teachers go) its the admissions department I am not happy with. Why couldn't Teo just say, "look, if you want to become an RN, You should GO TO OUR ONTARIO METRO CAMPUS WHERE WE HAVE AN RN PROGRAM" OR "Perhaps the MA program is not for you as THERE ARE NO BRIDGES from MA TO RN, maybe you should find an LVN program to better suit your needs" Instead of beating around the bush telling me this is a step closer to my RN Career. 5/19/2014 RYAN from the Student Help Line called. I wish I could of explained my story in person because there was a bit of conflict in our phone conversation. She kept talking over me as I was trying to tell her my story, this school has been nothig but tears to me, no one wants to understand me or HELP! Why can't Everest College just LISTEN to me as the student? I paid $20,000 TO BE IGNORED? Lied To? Lead On? Why did she respond to the BBB, as she didn't know what TEO said to me, she wasn't there. It's all lies..Teo is full of promises and lies, and when it boils down to higher staff, all he did was DENY EVERYTHING. I must have a stamp on myself that says NAIVE, because all he had to do was say, this program is not the track for your career goals....

2 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
Graduation Year: 2013

Such a waste of time...go get the same degree for 1/10 of the cost at a junior college! Don't make the same mistakes I did! Prospective employers and graduate universities laugh at this degree!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2014

Everest is amazing! I have 2 friends that enrolled because of my experience with Everest. Within a week of graduating I got a great job! Everest changed my life!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Public Administration and Social Service Professions, Other
Graduation Year: 2012

I started my course in 2012 as a PSW, My teacher was amazing!!! I joined in ambassador program it helps my self esteem and I gained more confident. This course helped me a lot. I am so proud that I choose Everest College for my career course. During my days, months in the campus I was eager to learn new things every single day. I was motivated by my teacher Ms J I owe my success from her. One month before my graduation I got HIRED as a PSW at Leisureworld and Elginwood both Long term Care facility. I graduate after 6-8 months with HONOURS and I'm so proud of it.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 0

Wow you shouldnt go to this school. Teachers are nice but the office is another thing... I was enrolled in for 2 months and they had my transcript for 2 months and after 2 days in school and nights of homework they said I couldnt attend with no compassion. I asked my student rep that because I havent passed that taks test of thats ok and he said he would ask and he never said anything so I assumed it was great and now 2 months later and 2 days after class later they kick me out. WASTE OF TIME ita ridiculous and dissapointing DONT GO HERE its all about money onced your enrolled they dont care.

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