Last week was very exciting for us in the Placement Department. We began on a path of discovery that examined our dedication to Starkey’s applicants, as they become graduates.
Our question was how to better support future students through the admissions process and into the placement phase. This led to a new “Education First” process. Launching this program has galvanized admissions and placement departments. This means that an applicant, thinking about enrolling at Starkey International, will have access to the placement department to ask any questions, outline the process, and begin a relationship with placement from their very first steps.
We are excited about this new project. Both the Admissions Department and the Placement Department are looking forward to hearing feedback from applicants, students, and Certified Household Manager graduates.
The following is a Technical Skills Self–Assessment Matrix. This Matrix will be discussed in various formats during the course of the four and eight week programs.
Taking the service standards listed on the left side, please evaluate yourself on a scale of one to ten (one being low ability and ten being high ability). This form is a self-assessment tool to determine where you see your present skills now, and then you will re-assess the same skills at the end of the program.
Download the pdf file here.
Fill out the online form here.
This form must be signed by a Notary and mailed or faxed to Starkey International.
In connection with my application for enrollment in the Starkey International Institute for Household Management, Inc. (SII), I understand that investigative background inquiries are to be made on myself including, but not limited to, personal interviews with my neighbors, friends, previous employers and acquaintances. Further, I understand that you will be requesting information from various Federal, State, and other agencies that maintain records concerning my past activities and may access information relating to my credit, criminal, driving, civil, worker’s compensation and other experiences. These reports may include information as to my character, general reputation, personal characteristics, reliability, and education (including school transcripts).
I authorize, without reservation, any party or agency contracted by SII to furnish the above-mentioned information. I hereby consent to your obtaining the above information from any licensed agents or services. I understand to aid in the proper identification of my files or records the following information is necessary.
Click Here to download the form in PDF
Required General Admissions Materials
- $500.00 Application fee and deposit
- On-site Residential Housing Fee (non-refundable deposit)
- Completed Admissions Packet including:
- Completed and Signed Admissions Application
- Signed Enrollment Agreement
- Signed Terms and Conditions Agreement
- Signed Non-Disclosure Agreement
- Completed Technical Skills Self-Assessment
- Current Photograph
THE ENROLLMENT PROCESS CAN NOT START UNTIL THE ABOVE MATERIALS AND DEPOSITS ARE SUBMITTED!
Upon Submission, please specify the course for which you are applying.
To download and print the application click here.
Potential student applicants are encouraged to visit the Starkey International Institute at the Starkey Mansion and meet with the Admissions Director, Education Director, and Placement Team, as well as visit a class in session. During on-site interviews, the applicant is provided a mansion tour and is invited to talk with current students and graduates.
Potential students are encouraged to apply to the Starkey International Institute well in advance of class start date to secure a place. Private Service is a world recognized career path and classes fill up quickly due to limited size. Waiting lists are maintained for future classes. Note: On-site housing at the Starkey Mansion is available on a first-come, first-served basis. A non-refundable fee for Mansion housing is required.
All applicants must complete the following:
1. An on-site or telephone interview with the Starkey Institute Admissions department.
2. An on-site or telephone interview with the Starkey Institute Placement department when applicable.
3. Applicants must complete an Admissions Package. Upon acceptance into the program, a Student Expectations and Guidelines Handbook will be sent which provides the Starkey Vision and Code of Ethics, Personal Image of the Private Service Manager, general procedures, confidentiality agreements and leisure time activity locations, student counseling, grading, airport services, banking and other information pertinent to attending the Institute.
The Institute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin. For further information, please call our Admissions Office at 1-877-STARKEY (782-7539).