Dr. Bob Berkowitz has always been a great ambassador for Sherman College in his
home state of New Jersey. He visits local colleges to talk to students about a
career in chiropractic, participates in career programs at high schools and has
hosted career nights at his office.
And he was happy, he says, when Sherman College formalized the
Ambassador Program in the late 1990s because that step gave him and other
volunteers who do career related activities for the college a consistent support
base. He knows he can count on Ambassador Relations Director Leroy Moore and
other support staff at the college to send him supplies, print material,
guidelines and advice for successful recruiting. With such a program in place he
knows the students he refers to Sherman will have a good experience as they
explore chiropractic and their journey to admittance at the college.
Not long ago Berkowitz spent a part of two days at Middlesex County College,
interacting with students as they investigated career and academic
opportunities. He admits, “Even if I don’t discuss the specific prerequisites, I
can tell them about making a great living and having a rewarding career in
Berkowitz believes that any time you have a chance to talk chiropractic, your
odds of another family getting under chiropractic care are increased. He also
views his recruiting activities as a way to keep sharp in interacting with a
particular sector of the population – in this case, the young.
If you’d like to join Berkowitz as an
Ambassador for Sherman College, contact Dr. Leroy Moore, director of
ambassador relations at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 800-849-8771, ext. 220.