Take a close look at page 30 of this document. It's written by Todd S. Nelson when he was the CEO of EDMC in 2011. How is this man not in prison? His story should be in American Greed, except he didn't get caught......................../>
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I've been trying for years to bring this guy and his criminal activities to the attention of news organizations, but no one will pick up on the fact that he's ruined thousands of lives while lining his own pockets with money stolen from those he's lied to and stolen from for his entire career. I don't get it! He's currently CEO of Career Education. Corporation. How is it possible that people like this continue to operate without any punishment...they just keep getting richer!! It's still not too late to expose him --he's still in the education business, even tho he should be in jail. Surely there's a way!!
This guy just shuttered 16 campuses for the benefit of shareholders. LCB closings have nothing to do with anything about educating students. It is all about profit and not education. I bet he still keeps his standing in the Mormon Church. All dollars and himself. This cat was only with CEC for 4 months so how can he know the complexities of the sale in such a short time. What does he know about culinary education?
The link worked for me without any problems. Why you gotta be a hater.
, the link with Todd S. Nelson's meaningless BS still works, but you need to have computer software that can read PDF's. The article is four years old, which may be a long time ago to you but not to others.
CK is jealous someone beat him to the cash cow...this is an old article....sooooooo old the link doesn't work...had to go back a long way to find something to stir the shit with CK.
And what does CK the stock short seller collect?
Thanks CK don't worry about the other idiots on here, they will be collecting unemployment soon...lol
, Todd S. Nelson was a crook before he got to EDMC. He screwed up University of Phoenix before that and was fortunate that he had Goldman Sachs in his corner at EDMC............................ />
Thanks for typing that in CK. I was at an Ai at the time that was written and I can tell you that NONE of that is true. I remember the dashboard he mentioned. It was rolled out on a conference call then never discussed again. In terms of providing a good job seeking experience; the campus I worked for never did well with that. Also around that time ALL of our academic advisors were laid off. Students were extremely dissatisfied.
, (Capitalizing is mine). "For more than 40 years, EDMC has delivered education
that builds careers to over 250,000 alumni across the
country. Graduates of Argosy University, The Art Institutes, Brown
Mackie College, South University and Western State University
College of Law include Pulitzer Prize winners, top-level corporate
executives, high-ranking public officials, master chefs, and
successful professionals in a variety of fields, including pharmacy,
psychology, education, law and the creative arts, to name a few.
STUDENT SUCCESS, particularly the success of students who otherwise
may have gone unserved by traditional models of higher education,
REMAINA A HALLMARK AND CORE VALUE OF OUR ORGANIZATION, in addition to
the values of INTEGRITY, INNOVATION and EXCELLANCE. PRIORITY ONE WILL COPNTINUE TO BE TO PROVIDE EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE in all that we do to make a positive impact on our students’
ability to succeed. Our key area of focus is ensuring the delivery of
a convenient and flexible education model tailored to the unique
academic needs of today’s non-traditional student population. We
know that our ability to provide improved access affords greater levels
of STUDENT SATISFACTION AND SUCCESS over the long term. Continuous
improvement in the areas of ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND TUTORING SERVICES,
financial aid counseling, alumni relations, and career services tops
our list when it comes to making sure students can tap the resources
they need to move them forward in their pursuit of an education and
For example, we’ve implemented an intensive academic/personal
coaching model within our online division to lend increased individual
support, if needed. We’re employing a unique dashboard in many
of our schools that enables us to track key student indicators such
as attendance, grades and graduate employment activity. This same
dashboard can help us identify and provide early intervention for atrisk
students who may require additional measures of support in order
to succeed. Our new employer portal is innovative in its approach,
and prospective employers can not only post career opportunities,
but review student credentials and qualifications to land that perfect
new hire. We’re proud of our career services team’s commitment to
ensuring that our graduates are armed with the tools they need to
ensure the BEST JOB-SEEKING EXPERIENCE POSSIBLE as they embark on
their new careers.
In this new economic environment, it is a business imperative that
we help students succeed by engaging program advisory councils,
industry opinion leaders and experts from around the globe to advise
us on ways in which we can deliver the best curricula to our students
across the most in-demand programmatic disciplines based on
employer, workforce and market needs. Current media scrutiny has
prompted AN EVEN STRONGER RESOLVE ON THE PART OF THE ORGANIZATION TO DELIVER THE BEST STUDENT EXPERIENCE POSSIBLE
– TO DO MORE FOR STUDENTS through CONSTANT RE-ENGINEERING AND CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT that
responds to the needs of students who are juggling careers, family,
education and other obligations.............Todd Nelson, Chief Executive Officer at EDMC"
CK..let me know when you have something relevant...he is long gone...you however are like a boil on my ass...still annoying.
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