Recruit, Mentor and Train a Student

As a Doctor of Chiropractic, you can influence the future of the profession by encouraging talented, health-care-minded individuals to pursue a career in chiropractic.

It starts with a simple conversation. From job-shadowing and mentoring relationships to preceptoring and associate employment, you can walk with the future of chiropractic as a guide, mentor, or employer.  No matter how you want to engage with students, Palmer supports you in this effort by offering a number of ways for alumni to get involved with students.

We hope you will consider influencing the future of chiropractic by recruiting, mentoring, and training future chiropractors.

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Alumni Office
(800) 722-2586, Ext. 3
(563) 884-5612

Development Office
(800) 722-2586, Ext. 3
(563) 884-5453

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Skip Wyss, D.C., and Julie Wyss, D.C. Davenport ‘08 widget image“We ask every student we meet, ‘What do you want out of your career?’ Many will reply like this: ‘I would like to go into health care, like P.T. or O.T. or D.O., and also make some good money.’ That, to us, is a student with ‘chiropractor’ written all over them. Julie and I offer these students a chance to shadow in our office and also host recruitment dinners to give these students exposure to the best school on the planet for chiropractic, and that is Palmer College of Chiropractic.” —Skip Wyss, D.C., and Julie Wyss, D.C. Davenport ‘08

Learn more about how Drs. Wyss recruit students.