Sherman Shares - July 2013
Sherman Chiropractic Student Crowned
Ms. United States
Future chiropractor and Sherman College of Chiropractic student Jennifer Jones has been crowned Ms. United States. Jones, who represented the state of North Carolina in the national pageant, won the title July 7 in Washington, D.C.
“I am so absolutely grateful and speechless for all the blessings that have been bestowed on me,” Jones says. “The ball is rolling on this fabulous opportunity. This next year will be the best of my life.” Read more.
Sherman Grad Phil McMaster
named President of NZCC
Dr. Phil McMaster, ’85, took office as president of the New Zealand College of Chiropractic on July 1, 2013. He has served as the chairman of the philosophy department at NZCC since 1994. He has also served on the board of directors since 2003.As an interim president in 2002-2003, he restructured the organization, obtained financial help, and maintained the accreditation. He maintains a private subluxation-focused practice in Taupo, NZ, managing five staff and associates.
Summer Quarter Enrolls 42 New Students
Keeping with the college vision of Adjusting the World for a Better Future, Sherman enrolled 42 new students for Summer 2013, including students from Puerto Rico, Iran, India, and Singapore, and 13 US states, with six transfers. The youngest new student is 21 and the eldest is 57. Of this group, 30 were referred by chiropractors. DC referrals are a very important part of recruitment at Sherman. .
Please continue to refer prospective students to Sherman and keep the profession growing. Here are several ways you can help:
Tell a student about Southern Fried Friday. Friday, August 23, is the date of this casual information session full of Southern charm. Included in this event are a campus tour, admission and financial info sessions, a chiropractic technique class, and a traditional Southern lunch.
Host a career session in your office or represent Sherman at a college career fair or graduate school fair. For more information about these options, please contact Dr. Jillian Kersh, director of Reach Out And Recruit, at email@example.com.
Sherman representatives will hit the road in just a few weeks for the fall recruiting season. They will be attending career fairs, grad fairs, chiropractic conventions and professional conferences. Some of the states they will vist are Georgia, Montana, Florida, New York, Utah, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Ohio, and Kentucky, as well as North and South Carolina.
Shadow an Intern Day
The Enrollment Services Team hosted the final Shadow an Intern Day for 2013 on July 16. Following a tour of campus, Dr. Cordero shared his vision for the college and his passion for Sherman with our prospective students during lunch. This intimate event is a great way for prospective students to network with current students, faculty and staff. Prospective students were paired up with an intern for the afternoon to observe patient visits and attend class.
Shadow an Intern Day is held in February and July each year. For more information about this event or other on-campus events please contact Caroline Batson, admission and event coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Horse & Dog Chiropractic Seminar A Success
"Pretty hard to describe the feeling of teaching with my son this coming Saturday in Spartanburg,South Carolina," says Dr. Jay Komarek. "Animals, family and the principle of Chiropractic all coming together. The quickest way to learn about subluxation is to just watch an animal get adjusted. It's a game changer."
A total of 51 people attended the seminar, and about $3,000 was raised to benefit the college. The combination of father and son was both enjoyable and intructive, according to faculty member Mitzi Schwartbauer, D.C.
"You guys really opened my eyes to the options that you have when it comes to chiropractic," Kristin Elizabeth Erickson posted on Facebook, "and I just want to let you know you inspired me. "
Rocky Mountain Summit Saturday, July 27
Grouse Mountain Lodge
9am -12; 2pm-5pm $225.
Proceeds benefit Sherman
Call Northern Lights Chiropractic
- Tony Demarco
- Judd Nogrady
- Bob Tarantino
- Jim Dubel
- Tory Robson
- Patti Giuliano
- Sam Selimo
- Peter Kevorkian
- Joe Strauss
- President Edwin Cordero
Mile High - 2013:
to a New Altitude
In a few weeks your peers will be heading to the wild west to participate in the kickoff of the Mile High Chiropractic Philosophy Weekend August 16 and 17 at the Westin Westminster near Denver, Colorado. Pre-Registration Savings ends August 1.
More than 30 speakers will present:
Donny Epstein, Chris Zaino, Liam Schubel, Miles Bodzin, David Yachter, Bill Esteb, Lyle Koca, Joe Borio, Janice Hughes, Kathy Mills, Erick Swenson , Kristen Kells, Daniel Knowles, Joe Arvay, Zac Alme, Dan Lemberger , Leah Hahn, Shane Walker, Scott Gamm, Jay Komarek, Randy Roman, Patrick Ray, Pam Jarboe, Steve Visentin, Jerod Dawson, Judd Nogrady, Andy Roberts, Jason Helfrich, Joel Kinch, and Sherman College President Edwin Cordero.
Register at http://milehighchiro.org.
October is Chiropractic Awareness Month
Oct. 17 Oktoberfest
Alumni and Senior Interns on campus.
Call 800-849-8771, Marggi Roldan x277 or Patti Thomas x 240 for details and registration.
Oct. 18 Talk the TIC
Sherman is hosting the international Talk the Tic competition for all the chiropractic colleges. The competition is coordinated by Dr. Erik Van Slooten. Kelly Jones Ashcraft is the contact on campus.
Oct. 18-19 Activate…Your Future
Help prospective DCs2B take the next step and explore Sherman College.
Oct. 19-10 IRAPS
International Research And Philosophy Symposium at
Sherman College, Spartanburg, SC. Register now ~
Oct. 28 Sherman PRIDE Day
A day for Sherman College to honor and celebrate its alumni. A day for YOU to honor and celebrate your affiliation with Sherman College.
P.O. Box 1452,
Spartanburg, SC 29304