Hawaii, massage therapy jobs, and avoiding being deleted!
October 8, 2010 8:38 AM Subscribe
Hawaii, massage therapy jobs, and delete avoidance: How can I stand out from dozens of inquiring students seeking a massage therapy job on the Hawaiian Islands?
posted by sleeping beauty to Work & Money (7 answers total)
In February, I'll graduate and become certified as a Licensed Massage Therapist. I want to study under experts in a couple of different massage modalities for an "internship" period of time (6 months to a year).
I found a clinic (in a cottage -- even better) in Hawaii with several practitioners, including a homeopath and an oncology massage specialist, and this interdisciplinary environment is what I am most interested in. A holistic approach to empowering people to get on a path toward healing, including diet and exercise, massage, recovery, etc.
I've had experience working in a complementary medicine center, so I'm primed for this team approach. I'm receiving excellent reviews from instructors and practicum clients, and don't want to end up as an email or voicemail in someone's deleted box.
I need ideas from my new MF friends for approaching this (and other ones) clinic in a way that will spark a response, but is not overboard. Any thoughts? Thanks, in advance!