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Encouraging his fellow chiropractors to “have great practices, be extraordinary practitioners, and impact the world on a greater level,” Daniel Knowles, D.C., developed and hosted a successful inaugural Mile High Chiropractic Weekend this August in Westminster, CO.
The event raised $6,650 in proceeds for the college. In addition, four new regents joined the college, including a new supporter for the exclusive President’s Circle, a group of donors of the college giving at a level of $10,000 per year. President Edwin Cordero, D.C., welcomes K. Patrick Ray, D.C., to his circle.
Program organizer and Sherman trustee Knowles was pleased with the event. “My decision to launch this event was based on the desire to impact more chiropractors to practice and serve the world at greater levels,” Knowles explains. “We were able to expose more doctors in the profession to the contributions of Sherman College and the outstanding education delivered there.”
Founded in 2013, Mile High Chiropractic elevates, supports, and grows chiropractors, their teams, and their future colleagues to greater levels of service by strengthening their foundation in the principles of chiropractic.
Next year’s event is slated for August 22-24, 2014. More information is available at the organization’s website, www.milehighchiro.org.
Sherman College welcomes and thanks the following individuals who have joined the Sherman College Board of Regents between August 16 and September 10, 2013.
We especially appreciate the President’s Circle level of support from
Other members to join in this time period are
Members of the Board of Regents provide for the advancement of Sherman College with annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Corporate Regent members provide annual gifts of $5,000 or more.
When you join this group you become a partner with the college, helping to extend Sherman’s influence in the world. We invite you to partner with us as well.
In the past month, Dr. Cordero has been spreading the word about Sherman College in his quest to make Sherman College the premier chiropractic college in the world.
On August 31, he was a guest speaker on a live radio show, "Wake up to Wellness" with Michelle Christman, D.C. This show is broadcast across the globe on WAMD 970 AM, WYRE 810AM and WKHZ 1460 AM.
On September 11, Dr. Cordero spoke to the Diversity Connections group in Spartanburg about "Adding Life to Your Years and Years to Your Life."
With Director of Hispanic and Presidential Initiatives Miguel Hastings, Dr. Cordero attended two student recruiting events in Puerto Rico and met with the local chiropractic board. Vice President of Academic Affairs Bob Irwin also traveled to Puerto Rico on a recruiting trip.
You and a guest are invited to dinner on us with President Cordero at The Garage Grill in Northville, MI on Wednesday, October 9, 2013 at 7:30 pm. Reservations are required for planning, so call Marggi Roldan at 800-849-8771 x. 277 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org See more information at Dinner with the President.
Local Sherman alumni, along with students slated to graduate within the next year, are invited to meet Alumni Association officers and enjoy a German meal and beverages on Thursday, October 17, at 7 pm.
Hosted by the Sherman College Alumni Association, the party is held in honor of the student interns, giving the future chiropractors an opportunity to meet Alumni Association officers and colleagues. Advance reservations are required. Contact the Alumni Office at 864-578-8770 x 277 or email AlumniAssociation@sherman.edu
Alumni costs for the meal are:
for Alumni Association member.s
for non-association members.
No charge for invited students.
Student Guthrie Schroeder will represent Sherman College at the National Talk the TIC Competition, held on campus this year, October 18.
Chiropractic students from eight chiropractic colleges will compete, performing an 8-10 minutes health talk that explains the art, philosophy, and science of chiropracTIC. Sherman is hosting Talk the TIC in conjunction with IRAPS and the Activate…Your Future recruiting event.
The competition is coordinated by Erik Van Slooten, D.C., and Sherman VP for Enrollment Services Kelley Jones Ashcraft (email@example.com) is the contact on campus. Life University, Palmer Davenport, Palmer Florida, Parker University, SCUHS, Sherman, and Texas CC will all be here… will you?
Tell your prospective students about Activate…Your Future! on October 18-19 at Sherman College. This weekend will help them get a jumpstart in chiropractic, philosophy, research, and leadership.
During this year’s fall prospective student weekend, attendees will attend the Talk the TIC competition, go on a campus tour, meet with admissions and financial aid, attend a technique and philosophy class, and even have dinner with current students.
They will learn why our current students chose a chiropractic career and why they think Sherman is the best place to earn the Doctor of Chiropractic degree. We hope you will make it a priority to promote this recruiting event to help activate the future of chiropractic.
by Peter Kevorkian, D.C., Chair of the Sherman College Board of Trustees
“There are only two ways to live your life.
One is as though nothing is a miracle.
The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ―Albert Einstein
I remember the emotional swells that would erupt inside me when I was a student and I heard the miracles that would occur after a spinal adjustment.
As I moved through my education and immersed myself in chiropractic philosophy, this passion became a drive to want to “heal the world” with chiropractic care. Read more
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