As a non-profit healthcare career school, CBD College is uniquely positioned to support these students, who at no fault of their own, were blindsided by the recent wave of closures at Corinthian schools.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2015
In the wake of recent Corinthian College closures, CBD College is offering immediate assistance to displaced Everest College, WyoTech College, and Heald College students interested in continuing their pursuit of healthcare related careers.
CBD College President Alan Heshel claims, “As a non-profit healthcare career school, CBD College is uniquely positioned to support these students, who at no fault of their own, were blindsided by the recent wave of closures at Corinthian schools. And as a non-profit, we are able to offer pricing on our programs that is significantly lower than our for-profit competitors while still maintaining the same level of education and high job placement rates”
Heshel continues, “CBD College has a track record of helping exactly these types of students. In 2014, immediately after the January closures of various Career College of America’s schools, CBD stepped up and was able to offer exactly this type of help to students who needed to get back on track, many of whom have now graduated and secured exactly the types of careers that were promised to them at their former schools. Our admissions and financial advising teams are available to assist these student immediately.”
For information on Corinthian College closures, please see the article in the Los Angeles Times dated April 26, 2014 at http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-corinthian-shutdown-20150427-story.html#page=1.
For more information about assistance for displaced students, contact CBD College at (213) 427-2200.