The health programs at the Globe University-Woodbury campus (see programs below) join forces to host an open house on campus on Friday, April 25, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. that will showcase each program through fun interactive activities that will highlight a unique aspect of each program. Information about the job outlooks and career opportunities will also be provided. This open house is free and open to the community.
- Medical Assisting: Work closely with a physician, providing patient care in a clinical setting.
- Medical Administrative Assisting: Support a team of professionals in your role as a medical secretary or office manager.
- Veterinary Technology: Apply scientific knowledge and hands-on training as you care for the animals you love.
- Massage Therapy: Use ancient and contemporary techniques, including Swedish, Thai and deep tissue massage therapy, to relieve stress and pain.
- Health Fitness Specialist: Bring your clients to optimal health and wellness with science-based, cutting-edge techniques.
- Health Care Management: Make a difference as a manager, administrator or policy maker in a public or private organization.
Open House Activities:
- Get your blood pressure checked with medical assisting
- Test your keyboarding with medical administrative assisting
- Bring your dog or cat for a ear cleaning and/or nail trimming ($5 for each procedure). Please see ‘Animal Service Requirements’ below.
- Create your own essential oils with massage therapy
- Learn what your Body Mass Index is with health fitness specialist
- Test your healthcare management knowledge with a game of jeopardy
- Plus much, much more!
“This open house is an opportunity for potential students interested in these programs as well as the community to learn about the unique aspects of Globe’s health programs,” said Tiffany Simmons, director of admissions at Globe University-Woodbury. “It is our goal to not only showcase our programs in the health industries, but answer any questions a potential student or community partner may have about our college. We look forward to seeing students, staff, faculty, community members and their furry friends at this event.”
Animal Service Requirements:
Globe University-Woodbury campus Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians (SCNAVTA) will provide an ear cleaning and nail trimming clinic open to the general public. Please review the standard protocol prior to your pet being serviced:
- All dogs must be on a leash or in a kennel and all cats must be kept in a kennel at all times, excluding during the ear cleaning or nail trimming.
- An up-to-date certificate of proof for rabies vaccination must be provided at the time of service.
- The students have the right to place a muzzle on any dog or cat deemed aggressive, fearful or unmanageable with the permission of the owner.
- The students have the right to decline any service to any pet deemed aggressive, fearful or unmanageable.
- The students will be providing an ear cleaning and nail trimming service; the students will not be performing diagnostics on any dog or cat for any reason.
- The students will not be held responsible for any injuries and/or bite wounds by any dog or cat at the time of the service.
Open House Logistics:
- Friday, April 25, 2014
- 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
- Globe University-Woodbury campus (8089 Globe Drive, Woodbury MN 55125)
- Free and open to the community
To learn more or to register, contact Tiffany Simmons at 651-714-7310 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.