Continuous employment assistance is offered to every student at no additional cost during schooling and after graduation. A Metro Business College Employment Assistant works with all graduates to assist them in finding employment. Part-time job assistance for students in school is also available.
Metro Business College defines a student placement according to the definition that ACICS (Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools) uses. The calculation of MBC's placement rate is also the same as the calculation used by ACICS. For more information on the placement definition and rate calculation, please see the ACICS Definition of Placement page.
Jessica's Success Story! "Thanks to MBC I went from being a cashier making just a little over minimum wage with no benefits to becoming a state employee with much better pay, health insurance, paid holidays off, sick pay, AND, for the first time ever in my life, a paid vacation! And I truly have an amazing boss who has compassion for all of her employees and goes above and beyond to make sure we know she appreciates all of us and our hard work." Read the rest of the story!