Dr. Keith Miller, president of Greenville Tech FILE/Staff
Students at Upstate technical colleges could pay higher tuition this fall as the schools grapple with surging enrollment, slashed budgets, larger classes and mounting costs in high-demand programs.
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#1 Mar 23, 2009
Greenville Tech "Quick Jobs" are a FRAUD. I took the Physician Practice Clerk course with a promise that this would be in place of 1-2 years experience, and I can't get a job, due to lack of experience. I took other courses there, and spoke to people in other "Quick Job" courses, and none of them have gotten jobs, yet Greenville Tech continues to sell the whole "Quick Job" thing, while the people from previous classes cannot even get jobs. They continue to accept money from unemployment, to send people to school for a "career change", but nobody is able to get jobs through their education. They lied to me and they are lying to other people. I have put out about $3,000.00 of my own money for this "Quick Job" education and I have nothing to show for it except what the employers keep telling me: "Sorry but you don't have enough experience".
#2 Jun 9, 2014
welcome to the world of Dr Keith Miller all show no substance when it comes down to getting jobs the career opportunities that he is community colleges provide are horrible
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