The school is good for teaching you drinks & mixing methods. The people who teach the classes know their stuff & most of them are cool. I took the class for two reasons; one being to learn bartending & the other, because of their ""Job Placement"". Both being equally important to me. \r
With that being said, I was satisfied with learning the skill, but their job placement is horrible and misrepresented. I was told in my initial interview that the ""Job Placement Director"" was ""dedicated"" in finding each student the job that was right for them. He said that 90 something percent (I can't remember exactly which, but it was over 90%) of the time, the placement director found the job that the student wanted. \r
This was complete false advertisement. After you finish the class, you meet with the ""Job Placement Director"" (Randy). You let him know what kind of job you want and he has to see your resume. Then he gives you the privilege of adding him as reference. He also gives you a username/password in order to gain access to their ""exclusive"" bartending jobs. \r
Their ""exclusive"" jobs are a joke. Not to mention, they're not exclusive at all. You can find the same jobs with a simple google search. \r
In conclusion, take the class if you want to learn the basics of bartending, but don't be sold (like me) in their representation that they will help you find a great job. They need to change the title of their ""Job Placement Director"", because doesn't fulfill that role. He simply lists jobs on their site that he snags from other public search engines and tells you to go apply. That's it. That's certainly not what I call ""job placement"".