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Conveniently located in the heart of New York City, one block from City Hall Park, we’ve been helping the busy students of New York find career success in legal and medical professions for more than 70 years.
Our students lead busy lives. Whether you join us straight out of high school, transfer from another college or come to us later in adulthood looking for a career change, we’ll provide the individualized attention you need to set yourself up for success.
Court reporting is an age-old profession. This specialization has created new career paths in NYC and nationwide for reporters, including broadcast captioning and realtime translation services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
The goal of the Stenotype Court Reporter AOS Degree in our NYC school is to prepare students for an entry-level position in the court reporting field.
Closed captioning is used anywhere it’s difficult to hear or understand speech – from crowded restaurants and large entertainment venues to government and company board meetings.
True NYCI Experience
I decided to attend NYCI because a college degree just doesn’t cut it anymore. You need a real skill to give you the launching pad you need for a successful career. Right after I graduated NYCI, I was immediately given a CART schedule at NYU.
– Jeremy Richman
Paralegals are an integral part of the legal system. They can perform many of the legal support tasks attorneys can, but at a much lower cost.
In our NYC Paralegal degree program you’ll learn core law theory, practical skills and gain internship experience to prepare you for your paralegal career.
The Paralegal Office Assistant Certificate Program is designed to prepare you for an entry-level position in a general business environment, with an emphasis on understanding the special needs of the legal profession.
True NYCI Experience
A week after I graduated I started working in a law firm that covers accident cases, trip and falls, some medical malpractices and some contracts. If you’re thinking about changing your career or coming to NYCI, I strongly recommend it because it will definitely change your life.
– Aljenis Mora
You can pursue a job in the healthcare field even if you don’t have many years to spend in school.
This program is designed to take two years or less to complete and will prepare you to take an entry-level position as a Medical Secretary, Medical Transcriptionist, Medical Biller or Medical Administrative Assistant.
We offer multiple Certificate Programs that prepare you for entry-level positions as a Medical Administrative Assistant or Medical Assistant Specialist.