Have you considered a health professions career in Occupational Therapy? Join us for an information session on Tuesday, September 24 at 3:30pm in Kelly Commons 3B.
Young or old, we all have a job to do—the job of living. Learning, growing, playing, working, managing our homes, and caring for our families are among the “occupations” of life. Unfortunately, physical, emotional, or other challenges often prevent people from fully participating in the job of living. Occupational therapy—a vibrant, growing profession—makes it possible for people to achieve independence and to enjoy life to its fullest. Students today can look forward to dynamic careers working in multiple settings with people of all ages.
This information session is recommended for all interested students. The session will explain the process for becoming an OT and the pre-requisites needed for graduate school. See Br. Daniel (Thomas 3.50) for more details.