HUMANS OF AMERICAN INSTITUTE
American Institute (AI) is committed to creating opportunities for students to better their lives through education and skill development. It takes drive, determination, and dedication to change a life. American Institute schools are filled with students striving to create a better life for themselves and their families, educators that go the extra mile to make sure no student feels left behind, and staff that will stay late or will come in early just to allow one more person the chance to change their life.
AI understands it takes unique group of individuals to come together to create this special place that allows people to grow and reach a potential most didn’t know they had before walking through the door. These are some of their stories. These are the Humans of AI.
Director of Admissions, West Hartford, CT Campus
Meet Tina Shaffer, DOA in West Hartford, CT campus! She’s passionate about helping change lives through career training, and you can hear her story about why it means so much to her here.
Sherry L. Muse,
Assistant Campus President / Director of Education, Clifton, NJ Campus
Hear from Mrs. Muse in the Clifton, NJ campus about how she came full circle in her role as Assistant Campus President / Director of Education at American Institute.
Kiara R. Powell ('KiKi'),
Medical Assisting Student, Somerset, NJ Campus
Meet KiKi, Medical Assisting student at the Somerset, NJ Campus, and see why she chose this career path and what keeps her motivated to finish.
Massage Therapy Student, Clifton, NJ Campus
Meet Ralph Camacho, Massage Therapy student in Clifton, NJ, and hear how and why he chose this career path.
Director of Admissions, Somerset, NJ Campus
Meet Iasia Gregory-Tall, from our Somerset, NJ campus, and hear why she is so passionate about helping people change their lives through career education.
Assistant Director of Admissions, Clifton, NJ Campus
Introducing Jose Nunez, Assistant Director of Admissions in Clifton, NJ, our first Humans of American Institute feature. Watch him tell his story about why he is so passionate about American Institute students and their success.