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What I like most about my job at NTI

Posted on August 6, 2014
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By Megan Burpee

I was asked yesterday “What do you like most about your job?” I have to say that the best part of my job is watching students succeed: from the moment they come through the door to the moment they get a job. Each student succeeds in different ways, but they all have something in common. They become a stronger person! I am very proud to be a part of that. This is what some students have to say:

I enjoyed my experience at NTI, the staff and students are always helpful. The flexibility is something that I found best for me with three children and work schedule. I would recommend the school to others and already have.

Amanda Stanley

NTI gave me the resources I needed to be able to get the job that I have always wanted to do.

Cindy Bridges

My experience here at NTI has been a life changing one. This program has taught me to push myself more than I thought I could with the much needed and continuous support of the staff here. I was able to graduate and prove to me “this is possible.” I feel very blessed to have such supportive people on my side. Thank you all for being patient with me as I figured out this part of my life. Now for the next chapter. I could not have done it without NTI.

Meaghan Wooldridge

I just want to say NTI fit my life very well, with the flexibility and understand of my life outside of here. I have two children. I am a single mom and working. NTI worked with me and encouraged me through the program. I’m thankful for all the wonderful staff at NTI and would recommend them to anyone.

Jennifer Fournier

My time at NTI was truly amazing. All of the faculty and advisors really work so well with you. Everyone is so nice and it’s almost like a little family here at NTI. I would recommend it to anyone! Thank you!

Shani Morris

I loved this school and appreciated all the teachers and staffs help. Very close knit program makes for easier one-on-one with students.

Ashley Wallace