Sylvia Santana, Academic Dean

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How Do I Become a Massage Therapist?

Posted November 23, 2015 by Sylvia Santana, Academic Dean & filed under Careers, Massage

If you're in a position where you're thinking of starting a new career and have considered massage as a potential path, there are a few routes you can take. One highly popular choice is to become a massage therapists. For people who are empathetic, caring, and genuinely interested in helping other overcome physical challenges this is an ideal career for you. … Read More

What Are My Alternatives to a Four-Year College?

Posted October 08, 2015 by Sylvia Santana, Academic Dean & filed under Education & Research

By now most of us are conditioned to believe that after graduating high school, your only option to obtaining a good job, and to earn a good income, you’ll need to go to a traditional four year school. However, with the skyrocketing cost of education, that path is becoming increasingly out of reach for many people. Even for those who do have the means to go to a four-year school, the next few decades are spent trying to dig their way out from a mountain of debt from student loans (the average American college student graduates with $28,400 in student loan debt). … Read More

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