A massage therapy school in Santa Ana, CA announced on Thursday that it has formed a strategic partnership with a popular massage company, Element Therapeutic Massages Inc.
Everest College, a massage therapy school providing basic and advanced studies, entered into the partnership in ongoing efforts to extend a full range of services to its students.
As part of the relationship, Element Therapeutic Massages will make their present and future hiring requirements known to the massage therapy school, allowing students to bid for those job openings.
The founder of the massage company, Michele Merhib, says that the company looks forward to a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship with the massage therapy school.
“Our top priority is to help our massage studios develop a loyal clientele, and by partnering with Everest, we are able to tap into a pool of skilled massage therapists,” Merhib said in a press release.
Wendy Cullen, the vice president of employer development at the massage therapy school says that the relationship provides an great chance for students to leave school and enter the job market directly.
“Our agreement with Elements Therapeutic Massage provides an excellent opportunity for our massage therapy graduates to start a career with a rapidly expanding national franchise,” said Cullen.
The massage therapy school programs include a foundational knowledge of human massage, introduction to various trade tools, and the techniques of massage.
Students are granted access to a full range of training materials that ready them for workplace employment of their skills in clinic environments, sports arenas, and other paralell options.
Massage therapy students that are ultimately employed at Elements Therapeutic Massage will be working at one of the many massage therapy clinics operated by the company based out of Highlands Ranch, CO.
Students at the massage therapy school have the opportunity to travel the world with their new career path. The company has franchise locations across the U.S., Brazil, Israel, Ireland, Costa Rica, and Canada.
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