In October, the University of Wisconsin Health and Wellness Management program offered students a free webinar providing corporate wellness advice from real-life wellness professionals. This is the third and final blog post highlighting the event.
In our webinar recap blog posts, we’ve introduced you to health and wellness professionals Abigail Nadler, and Jason Morgan, plus summed up their valuable advice for succeeding in the corporate wellness field.
Now you have the opportunity to hear the entire 60-minute conversation, including questions from program students and staff—questions you might have yourself!
And if you’re a current student or alum, or have recently applied to the UW Health and Wellness Management program, mark your calendars and check your email—the next webinar is right around the corner on April 19, and you should have received an email invitation from the UW Health and Wellness Management team! Led by Emily Moenck, the upcoming presentation will highlight her career growth in the health promotion industry, health and wellness initiatives she’s spearheaded, and tips on how you can get your foot in the door and rapidly advance in the field.
Emily has been the health and wellness manager at Aprilaire, a division of Research Products Corporation, since 2012. She leads the Health Matters initiative, which provides employees and their families with opportunities to engage in health and wellness that go beyond typical programming. By developing small group targeted initiatives, engaging with employees and spouses on an individual level, and serving as a regular presence for employees and their families, Emily effectively drives a culture of health at Aprilaire.
Are you ready to turn your passion for wellness into a healthy career in the fast-growing field of health and wellness management? Call 1-877-895-3276 or email email@example.com today to speak with an enrollment adviser about whether the UW Health and Wellness Management program is right for you.
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