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My manager is very helpful, friendly and will go to bat for me. AND he lives in another state so I never seen him in person. Lots of training availability, constantly learning and being allowed to expand in my field.
My company just got bought by SAIC. Anyone have experience with them? Have any idea about how this might work?
So I'm at that stage where I have to choose where the heck I have to go for the next 4 years, and I have no idea how to proceed. My family does not have an artistic background at all and my guidance counselor has not been much help since im pursuing a more specialized field. I hope go pursue a degree in communications design or illustration.
You get out of the school what you put in. The facilities are amazing and there are tons of opportunities to get involved in things. This school's facilities are amazing!
I was a Scitor employee and was not concerned about the acquisition a few years ago. I am astonished how they can crap on us and then ask us to recruit our friends into the company. The retention rate really sucks.
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By elevenApril 11, in Visual. What about the school leaves room to be desired? I've heard there are many apartment "living room" galleries.