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But, it was all a scam, according to court documents released Tuesday. "Instead of receiving a quality education under the Caldwell brand, the veterans that were recruited by Ed4Mil were enrolled in unapproved online courses without their knowledge, all while members of the conspiracy profited from their hard-earned benefits." The women's guilty pleas follow last year's indictment of David Alvey, founder and president of Ed4Mil.
The online classes were not offered by Caldwell University or taught by the university's staff. Alvey, 50, of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Caldwell University officials said in a statement that they ended their relationship with Ed4Mil in 2013 and only learned of the "bait-and-switch" scheme after Di Bisceglie quit her assistant dean position to work for Ed4Mil.
Many schools will also sponsor a student-run restaurant or café, or public dinner nights or other public events.
Make sure that the instructors are experienced, and preferably industry professionals or chefs.
military veterans signed up for what seemed like a great opportunity to get a college education through a small Catholic university in New Jersey.
Picking a school may be the hard part, with all the options available.