Massage Therapy Students Volunteer at Educational Congress

Rebecca Rice (left) and Jasmine Parmeter (right) at the 2015 Educational Conference.

Globe University-Woodbury massage therapy students Rebecca Rice and Jasmine Parmeter volunteered at the 2015 Educational Congress hosted by the Alliance for Massage Therapy Education (AFMTE) and the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation.

“This was such a great opportunity for these students to network with industry professionals and to learn more about the state of the massage therapy indtustry,” said Sharon Pollock, massage therapy program chair. “This educational congress focused on many crucial topics that students, instructors and industry professionals should be aware of.”

The mission of the educational congress was to foster dialogue, inquiry, and creative problem-solving between and among organizations and individuals involved in massage therapy and bodywork education.

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