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ADKEY: 28243
Anywhere: 1
Charac: 3
Csalary: 100000
GoingWell: 1
HigherED: 1
Intelligence: 4
Motivation: 4
Position1: Plans Examiner
Position2: Intern Archtiect
Position3: Adjunct CAD teacher
Position4: Project Architect
Position5: Project Manager
Position6: Vice President
Preparedness: 8
Relevance: 1
Reputation: 9
Satisfied: 1
Ssalary: 50000
StartingJob: Rehabilitation Specialist
StillInField: 1
UContrib4: 1
WhereURNow5: 1
Year: 94
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In the early 90's SCAD was the best value to obtain a nationally accredited Architecture degree in 5 years. This was one of the best career decisions I have ever made. Like with anything in life you get out of it what you put into it. This is a great school for those seeking a degree in the creative arts. The only regret was not taking the summer education opportunities in Europe.

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