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Wood Tobe Coburn School

39 Comments

about WTCS's undergraduate degree
11 negative, 18 positive.
“Don't fall for this scam. When I applied for this school we got several staff members who essentially talked about how the school was going to prep...”
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traditional mission of providing career education services to the New York metropolitan area continues at Wood/Tobe-Coburn. Programs are designed to prepare graduates for employment in the areas of the business, service, allied health and design industries. Wood/Tobe-Coburn's goal is to enable graduates to obtain responsible employment, to develop and progress in their careers, and to be productive and valued members of their communities.

WTCS Average Job Salaries

$27,254Starting Salary
$28,00010 Year Salary
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WTCS Address

WOOD TOBE-COBURN SCHOOL
8 E 40TH ST
NEW YORK, NY10016--0190
General info:(212) 686-9040 X100
Financial aid office:(212) 686-9040 X104
Admissions office:(212) 686-9040
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