Palmer Center for Business Development now offers practice location software; planning first-ever career fair at Homecoming
The Palmer Center for Business Development (PCBD) has expanded its services to include a sophisticated demographic analysis program called Locus, which is dedicated to helping chiropractic students and alumni find potential practice sites. It features a concise system of analyzing United States counties and ZIP codes using the science of demographics.
In addition, the PCBD will host its first Career Fair for current students during the upcoming Davenport Campus Homecoming from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, Aug. 12, in the Center for Business Development classroom. For students, this is an ideal opportunity to connect with prospective employers. Doctors of chiropractic looking for future employees and who are interested in participating in the Career Fair should visit the Career Fair page on the Palmer website for registration information.
A program being presented in the Center for Business Development classroom on the Davenport Campus.