CNN posted a story about a student named Rosalyn Harris, an unemployed single mother thought the shot to a good life was a degree. At 23 of age she enrolled into Everest College in Virginia.
The school boasted to her of all the opportunities she would have upon completing the training. Only to have an additional $22,000 in student loan debt. Rosalyn stated that the classes were terrible and couldn't get a callback from potential employers prospects.
Maybe the reputation of the school has already hit the job market and no one want to hire students from their school. That sucks.. A year later, she has now found a job paying minimum wage at Victoria's Secret.
Everest is one of the members of the Corinthian Colleges which has been closing and selling off their schools. The Corinthian Colleges are being accused of operating a lending scheme preying on low income students.
Lincoln College of Technology in Atlanta is among those schools that have been disappointing students with their sales pitch of find them jobs after graduating.
Could this be a rare occurrence and that maybe some students find employment? The story of the two students happen to be black. Could this be a coincidence?
Another thing, that the article never mentioned what type of grades the students received.
Gather the facts --- Do your own research on any training? Find out if the school is accredited and if employers have actually hired their students in your area.