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  • Carmel, Ind. (August 23, 2016) — ITT Educational Services, Inc. employees volunteered their time to help Dress for Success Indianapolis prepare for its annual fundraiser Stepping Out in Style and hosted a women's suit and accessory drive to support the organization this month.

    "We're always grateful that we can participate with such a great cause," said Kevin M. Modany, CEO of ITT Educational Services, Inc. Learn More >

  • CARMEL, Ind. (Aug. 9, 2016) — Employers gave high marks to ITT Technical Institute graduates for technical and soft skills, such as recognition for "contributing as a team member" and "meeting the expectations for product quality and personal conduct."

    The results are pulled from the most recent national employer survey of more than 1,900 employers completed in the fall of 2015. Learn More >

  • Carmel, Ind. (July 26, 2016) — Most of the nation's graduates with associate degrees in drafting specialties, such as Computer Drafting and Design, and Drafting and Design Technology, were awarded their degrees from ITT Technical Institute.

    According to federal data provided for the 2013-2014 school year, 39.8 percent of graduates with associate degrees in Drafting and Design Technology or Computer Drafting and Design earned their degrees at ITT Tech. Learn More >

  • Carmel, Ind. (July 19, 2016) — ITT Educational Services, Inc. (ITT/ESI) has donated approximately 250 books to Indy Reads, a not-for-profit organization that relies on volunteers to provide adult literacy tutoring.

    The recent book drive at the corporate office of ITT/ESI is one of five that have resulted in more than a thousand books donated since 2014. Learn More >

  • TROY, Mich. (June 27, 2016) — The Early Career Academy, an innovative charter high school program, graduated its first class of 22 students this month with 72 percent earning both a high school diploma and a college associate degree.

    "We're proud of our graduating class and hope they achieve their full career potential after graduation," said Phyllis Noda, executive director of the Early Career Academy in Troy. Learn More >