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"I provide an exceptional learning environment for prospective designers."

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Current Employee - Adjunct Faculty in Tucson, AZ
Current Employee - Adjunct Faculty in Tucson, AZ
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Pros

Flexibility of hours. Excellent pay. Great opportunities for advancement.

Cons

Adjunct Faculty are limited to three courses per semester.

Advice to Management

The Art Institute does everything correctly, from marketing to instructor hires. The only area that might be explored is allowing Adjunct Faculty to teach in more than one department.

Other Employee Reviews for The Art Institutes

  1. "Amazing and very educational"

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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Fashion Designer in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Current Employee - Fashion Designer in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Recommends

    Pros

    Very busy with work, but I learned how to complete many task at hand.

    Cons

    So many student and some that I worked with on project could have been a lot more professional.

    Advice to Management

    Your doing great


  2. Helpful (1)

    "Overly Micromanaged!!!"

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    Current Employee - Assistant Director of Admissions in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Current Employee - Assistant Director of Admissions in Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Good benefits, each admissions rep has their own office.

    Cons

    You are basically set up to fail from day 1. The lead distribution is unfair, giving favor to only a couple of senior people. You are recorded and micromanaged to the max...by every word...literally. They would take money and an application from any student , and if you could'nt close the student you would have long meetings going over what you said wrong and you need to call in management before the student leaves to help close the deal...remindes me of a car salesman. High pressure to the point ...if your not making your numbers no vacation...you have to be almost dead to ask for a day off. I don't think management has much experience in manageing. If I'm selling an $80,000 Bachelor Degree in Photography, Illustration, ect...it better be in the best interest of the student, and they don't see it like that. High turn over...they let go 12 people in the last couple of months and now are rehiring once again??? Not surprised. Go ahead, apply for the position and see the mess for your self at least you will get good benefits and help some students.

    Advice to Management

    Hire and train the right people for the position, keep in mind what is best for the student and not Aifl's pocket, stop micromanaging and you will have success and longevity...back to basics. God is always in control....you are dealing with people's lives and life should not be about the bottom line,-money.

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