Are the people who make up the classes at GA working full time usually? Or are there any unemployed and looking for a job? Just curious what the majority is like. Thank you.
It's a true mix. The full time courses are obviously people getting ready to start their career. You can't be employed and do an Immersive. Those programs are all about getting to the "job."
Our part-time programs have a lot more diversity of interests - and most of the students are employed (as are the instructors!).
Both types of programs have their place, and serve together to build the magical community and alumni network that is GA.
Cool. For the Immersive programs does GA keep in touch with those who have been matched with a job? How does GA adjust to feedback? Thank you for your time, great answers here.
Absolutely - we are *obsessed* with feedback throughout the company. It's how we constantly are changing and improving every part of our experience. And alumni come back almost every quarter for *something*, whether a VIP reception with a speaker, a class, or a special event.