TOP 12 REASONS TO CHOOSE LAKEWOOD
- Flexible Scheduling
- Federal Financial Aid (for those who qualify)
- Small Class Sizes
- A Licensed Career in Less than a Year
- Student Clinic – apply your skills in real time
- Workshops let you explore areas of Individual Interest
- College Credit through articulation agreements
- Education Approved by the State of Michigan
- COMTA Accredited
- Lakewood Graduates are in Demand
- Lifetime Placement Services
- Great Value – tuition is less than the national average
THERE ARE A VARIETY OF CAREER SETTINGS FOR MASSAGE THERAPISTS IN TODAY’S MARKET
Employment opportunities include athletic clubs, private practice and wellness centers, salons, hotels, resorts, and spas. Numerous health care providers are affiliating with or employing Massage Therapists. Opportunities in the health care field include chiropractic, physician, and counseling offices, physical therapy, and orthopedic clinics, hospitals, and complimentary health care centers.(More...career opportunities)
FITTING SCHOOL INTO YOUR BUSY SCHEDULE IS EASIER WITH THE FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING OPTIONS AT LAKEWOOD.
Our core program offers day and evening classes, with start dates in March and September. In addition to the core program you will practice the exciting hands-on piece of Lakewood’s Program with monthly supplemental classes, weekend workshops, and student clinics. Click here to check out the scheduling options.
ACCREDITATION– WHY ATTEND AN ACCREDITED INSTITUTION?
Accreditation is an indicator that a student can use to determine if the school is dedicated to the highest educational standards. Accreditation also makes a school eligible to participate in the Federal Financial Aid Programs.
Through formal articulation agreements with St. Clair Community College (SC4) and Siena Heights University (SHU), graduates from Lakewood School can receive college credit for their completed Massage Therapy coursework toward an advanced degree.
St. Clair Community College awards graduates from Lakewood 32 college credits toward an Associate’s Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences with a specialty in Massage Therapy from SC4. Contact SC4’S admissions office to learn more.
Under a similar agreement with Siena Heights University, students may apply coursework from Lakewood toward a Bachelor’s Degree. For more information on this opportunity, students need to contact the Department of Admissions at SHU.