In their journey to becoming an acupuncturist, students must learn the importance of strong business skills. Yo San University offers several opportunities to further expand students’ professional development, some of which include, Clinic Interning, attending YSU’s monthly “Tao of Success” Program, participating in YSUSA and becoming a Student Ambassador.
A major part of students’ training at YSU is their time in the Clinic. Not only are they getting firsthand experience on treating patients, they are also learning how to create meaningful relationships to ensure return patients.
In spring of 2015, YSU began the “Tao of Success” Program, a speaker series designed to provide YSU students and alumni with insights and inspirations for their career paths. Topics range from digital marketing to networking tips to personal brand management and more.
The Yo San University Student Association (YSUSA) provides a platform for students to formulate and initiate projects internal and external to the University. Officers of the YSUSA, elected annually, communicate with the Administration as the voice of the student body.
The YSU Ambassador Program is a select group of current students who represent the University at outreach events for admissions, University advancement, the YSU Community Clinic and other important functions. The Ambassadors are the face of Yo San, capable of representing the University to the public, prospective students and donors, and alumni.
Students’ professional development and growth helps them not only prepare for the future but also give the highest level of care to their patients.
Join us and alumna Alyssa Dazet on July 17th for her Three Essentials for Practice Success: What You Don’t Learn in Acupuncture School, to learn the three essentials for practice success! Three CEU Hours will be offered.