They offer programs in health care, information technology, and the skilled trades. They have instructional facilities in Florida, Texas, Oklahoma. New Mexico, and Arizona. Some of the Texas programs are operated under the name of "South Texas Vocational Technical Institute", and some of the Arizona programs under the name of "Arizona Automotive Institute" /. The combined schools had 7300 students and 17 campuses in March 2012. The schools in the chain are accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology, and various Texas and Florida agencies 
As of 2011, Michael Gries became the Interim President and Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Carli Strength 
In August 2011, following complaints of inflated job-placement rates, the Texas Workforce Commission revoked certificates of approval for 22 of the chain's programs, and put all the Texas campuses on probation. On August 30, 2011, the US Department of Justice filed a complaint against the chain for false claims for student loans, based on their enrollment of ineligible students and false statements to students about future employability.
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- "Career Colleges are accused of inflating job placement numbers" The Chronicle of Higher Education November 13, 2011 
- "Government Files Complaint Against Dallas Area-Based For-profit Chain of Schools for False Claims Act Violations" Dept. of Justice Press release, Aug 30, 2012 
- "Justice Department Files Complaint Against Career-College Company" The Chronicle of Higher Education Sept. 3, 2012