These reviews from CollegeTimes.tv and other website postings represent only about one year of feedback from students and alumni of Porter and Chester Institute. One of the main complaints seems to be the lack of job placement assistance, an enticement used to draw students in. There is a disconnect between job placement people and the instructors. (what jobs the "placement specialist" sends a student to interview for as opposed to what has actually been taught.)
Porter and Chester graduates are armed with only a certificate and entry level skills after their 25k education. That does not qualify them for jobs that require a college degree or a few years of actual experience. So why send a student to interview for a job of that type?
Graduating from Porter and Chester Institute should be like having someone in your corner with REAL connections willing to put in a good word for you to help you get that entry level job. Isn't that what Porter and Chester is supposed to be about?