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Become a occupational therapy assistant. Take a look at this Lincoln program that gives compassionate people a great career in health care in just two years.
“I like to listen to people and help them.” Abigail Logan graduated in May as part of Union’s first cohort of OTA students, and now she has begun her career as an occupational therapy assistant…
Union College’s newest academic offering, the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program, has received full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE). Four years in the making, the accreditation became official in April, just…
Alex Ulrich planned to be a physical therapist. But then she discovered her calling as an occupational therapy assistant.
Life coaching sets you up to succeed. For Kayla Kelly, this meant giving her the confidence and resources to enroll in Union’s occupational therapy assistant program even while facing “adult” responsibilities and schedules. At Union, every freshman works with a life coach for their first year at college.
Union’s newest program will officially launch on Monday, January 13, as the first class of a dozen occupational therapy assistant students begins their studies at Union College.
Union College leadership has announced that the college’s new occupational therapy assistant program will now launch in January of 2020, one semester later than previously planned.
The Union College occupational therapy assistant program prepares students for a top health care support career in just two years.
By Emily Wood Roque Cisneros ’17 Union College has always adapted to the needs of the students and communities it serves. In 1891, that meant offering classes in German and Danish, training students to preach…