About Star Career Academy
Star Career Academy - the career school of choice. What makes us unique, and unlike other trade schools, is the dedication of our staff to provide performance-based occupational training. Students will be prepared for entry-level employment in medical assisting and other allied health fields, hotel & restaurant management, cosmetology, or a choice from our professional baking or culinary programs. Students gain the knowledge and confidence they need so that they may quickly gain the skills necessary for employment and achieve the success they desire. Choose from any of our convenient locations in New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania.
Star Career Academy graduates are employed in a wide variety of settings across the country, from restaurants and hotels to hospitals and physician’s offices.
* Career changer Michele Rogers, a medical assistant at Advanced Urgent Care in Langhorne, Pa. says "Star Career Academy has wonderful instructors and a great clinical…which really prepared me for my current position."
* Nigerian immigrant Julius Ogbu, a unit assistant at Grand View Hospital in Sellersville, Pa. adds “Thanks to Star, I am doing what I love to do, and I am 100 percent dedicated to it."
* Long Island (NY) Chef Barrett Beyer, a Season 11 contestant on Hell’s Kitchen says, “Star helped me to learn how to work as a member of a team in the kitchen and also be creative as an individual. Today I can tell people that I am a chef and I have been places only few have been to in such a short period of time.”
Financial Assistance Programs Available to Those Who Qualify
Financial aid programs offer a way to bridge the gap between what the student and family can provide and what it will cost to attend the school if you qualify.
Star Career Academy uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid application (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for Federal Financial Aid Programs.
You do not have to be from a low-income family to qualify for financial aid, but you do have to be a person with a “financial need.” Your need is the difference between what it costs to attend Star's programs, and what you and your family can contribute.