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At American Institute, we strive every day to offer a different kind of learning – one that is focused on the student. American Institute offers a uniquely American approach to career training, with programs and services that help you achieve the career you want. Our core values incorporate the deeply held beliefs that bind Americans together.
The best way to tell if American Institute is the right place for you is to see it in person. That’s why we want you to visit our campus – you’ll see right away that the American Institute experience is different. We don’t just say we care about our students – we show it.
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We believe our students will thrive and flourish in a caring environment so, whenever you’re ready, we invite you to join the American Institute family!
American Institute (AI) is committed to excellence in education. It is our mission to provide quality distance and on-site education, realistic laboratory experiences, and hands-on experiences in field-appropriate facilities. American Institute enables students to develop and exhibit the professional skills, personal behaviors, and a record of reliability necessary to successfully obtain entry-level employment.
To support our mission, our objectives are to:
August 22, 2018, Toms River, NJ, Clifton, NJ, and West Hartford, CT – American Institute students, staff, and faculty welcomed the traditional ‘Back to School’ season in style this year, with on-campus carnivals in Toms River and West Hartford and a ‘Stuff the Bus’ drive to support the Boys and Girls Club of Paterson and […]
July 29, 2018, All locations – Debbie Szigeti has always identified herself as a teacher. She taught 4th grade in New Jersey for years, until budget cuts eliminated her position. Looking for a new career, she chose diagnostic medical sonography (DMS). “My oldest son contracted viral hepatitis when he was 7,” she recalls. “That’s when […]