Upcoming Webinar: I've got my AAS Holistic Health Degree - Now What?

    Written by: Tracey Abell /
    Sep 4, 2013 5:00:00 AM

    Join me, ACHS's 2013 DEAC (formerly DETC) Famous Alumni Jane Thomas, for a one-hour wACHS DETC Famous Alumni Jane Thomasebinar, I've Got my AAS Degree - Now What?, on Friday, September 27, 2013, at 3 pm Pacific Time.

    Getting your degree is an awesome achievement, but do you have any ideas about what you can do with it?  Can you earn a living? Will the degree be of any use in looking for opportunities?  

    I'm excited to spend this hour with you and tell you how I've put my degree to work in running our health food store in rural Missouri. Specifically, we'll talk about:

    • Opportunities available in the industry 
    • How I manage my consultation practice inside our store
    • How my degree has made a difference in my business and community

    I'm also excited to share with you about my clients and practice, the practitioner-grade products available to credentialed practitioners and how that elevates your business, using social media in your business including newsletters and how to properly cite (I credit my dear instructor Lauren Shapiro for this knowledge :), my favorite book list right now, industry affiliations and much more.


    >> Space is limited. Register for the webinar today online here. 

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    About the Speaker:

    Jane chose ACHS because of its reputation for excellence and the opportunity to study at a distance. She hoped to transform her passion into a career as a holistic health practitioner and in 2012, achieved graduation from the ACHS Associate of Applied Science in Complementary Alternative Medicine (AAS), Diploma in Herbal Studies (MH), and Certificates in: Wellness Coaching (CWC), Natural Products Manufacturing (CNPM), Homeopathy Consulting (CHC), and Herbal Retail Management (CHRM).  Learn more about Jane online here.

    Editor's Note: This blog post was originally published in September 2013 and was last updated 2-8-16 for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

    Authored by Tracey Abell

    Tracey has always had a passion for natural health and joined American College of Healthcare Sciences in 2002. Tracey has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Western Governors University and a Master of Science in Education with a specialization in Leadership in Higher Education from Capella University. She also studied massage therapy at East West College of Healing Arts and aromatherapy at ACHS. Tracey is a former board member of the Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board of the National Association of Nutrition Professionals. She is also a member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers (AACRAO) and both the Oregon and National Associations of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Tracey also serves as an accreditation standards evaluator for the Distance Education Accrediting Commission, specializing in Business Standards and Title IV requirements. Tracey enjoys travel and has spent time throughout Europe and in Thailand, Australia, and India. She loves spending time in her garden and exploring the beautiful Pacific NW.

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