New Holiday Scholarships
Animal Chiropractic Education Source
New Holiday Scholarships!
Celebrate the Holidays in style!
Many doctors are ready to register for Animal Chiropractic 101
But they are waiting until 2023.
Because they fear that if they spend money in 2022 something bad will happen.
At A.C.E.S. we know that one of the worst things that will happen will be because they waited.
When you spend the time to replenish yourself with education, and renewed interests you have an infinite amount of love, time and money.
Making more of yourself to go around is one of the best gifts you can give yourself, and others this holiday season.
We have even put together a holiday Gift List for you to share with your family and community once you register for Animal Chiropractic 101.
Apply for the Holiday Scholarship while it lasts.
Register for Animal Chiropractic 101 before December 1st, 2022
Enjoy saving money, and some holiday joy from us.
Stop forgetting to give your best employee, you, a great holiday gift.
HOLIDAY GIFT LIST
1) Learn to do a Leg Length exam on a dog so you can share it with your friends.
2) Offer your friends some copies of Bringing Out the Best, Canine and Equine Chiropractic books to help them understand how their animals can live happier lives.
3) Start classes at home and spend time with family instead of traveling away.
4) Be ready for the New Year and new adventure that helps you help more of your clients.
5) Feel like you did something special for yourself, that you will be giving back to those you care for all year long.
To apply for the Holiday Scholarship,
Fill out the scholarship form, and talk with an A.C.E.S. instructor if you have questions.
Register within the week and begin classes on the same day.
Attend the first lab weekend during the next 4 months.
There are only 8 scholarships.
They are worth $1,000 each.
Talk with us about payment plans.
*Only one scholarship per applicant.
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