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As far as out-of-college employment goes, for mostBrightGeography and Geosciences
As far as out-of-college employment goes, for most programs of study, there is little point in nit-picking between equal-Tier schools. ie... in Engineering, it makes little difference whether one goes to Georgia Tech, Virgina Tech, Penn State, Purdue, Michigan, etc etc etc In the geosciences, there is a cluster of schools that are heads-and-shoulders above all others: Texas, Texas A&M, (Colorado) School of Mines, and Oklahoma.
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Preparedness: C- Reputation: A+
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Cazenovia College was a great starting point forQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Cazenovia College was a great starting point for me after high school. I was from a family in the Albany New York Area which both my folks had Big degrees as my sister as well. It was a great place to one find yourself and establish life long friends. One thing about Cazenovia is that there are really no rules. COme and go as you please. There is a lot of money in the town as well as with the students at Caz. My first year roomate had megg money from NYC and he has gone on to be a Docter 12 years later. The girls there were the best. That is all I will say about that. It is a very preppy school as you owuld assume. Money and the right connections were from many of these kids backgrounds. Most of us there were about a B student from a good family and just trying to find a spot to study but have a lot of fun. I look back on my four years at caz and would not change it for a minute. I am now married and have agreat wife and dog.I am in top management making $100,000 a year plus. My degree from Cazenovia prepared me to extend my dreams and goals. It is a great place to have fun but make sure you have a fat trust fund or check book.
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Starting Job: Sales Leader; Preparedness: B- Reputation: C
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I spent 4 years in College For absolutelyNot so bright
I spent 4 years in College For absolutely Nothing!
You could easily turn yourself in to a millionaire as early as 2006!
You won't need to do even one minute's work.
No Website!
No Advertising!
No Selling or Recruiting!
No Downlines!
Just 15 minutes today is all you are going to need to set yourself up as a millionaire in as little as 6 months from now.
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