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Webinar: One New Year’s Resolution that Could Change Your Life

With the New Year approaching, it’s time to begin thinking about resolutions and goals for 2015. Perhaps you already have.

We’d like you to consider one resolution that could change the rest of your life:

check markStart a New Career.

Claire Cielinski, one of many successful Bryan University exercise science and personal training graduates, said:

“The experience at Bryan University exceeded

my expectations and improved my life.”

If you’re considering a career change to personal training, exercise science, or health & fitness, please join us on December 30, 2014 at 4:30 P.M. Pacific (6:30 P.M. Central) to discuss:

Why Now is a Great Time to Start a Health & Fitness Career

This is a FREE online webinar that you can attend from the comfort of home.

Alison BellaisOur guest speaker is Alison Bellais, Instructor for the Advanced Personal Training and Exercise Science program. She has a M.A. in Sports and Fitness Management from the University of San Francisco and has been in the fitness industry since 1989 in different capacities including personal fitness trainer, fitness director, and general manager of a full service club. She has also owned and operated her own training studio and an in-home training business.

During this webinar, you’ll learn more about why now is a great time to start the path to a professional fitness training and exercise science career:

  • Exceptional Growth. Jobs in the industry are expected to increase by 25%—with 60,400 new job openings by the end of 2020, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • Fulfilling Careers. CNNMoney ranks Personal Trainer at No. 18 on the list of the 100 Best Jobs in America. Other career paths include Sports Performance Coach, Group Fitness Instructor, Gym Manager/Director/Owner, and Fitness Educator.
  • Change Lives. Jordan Otis, a Bryan U graduate put it best when he said: “The thing I love most about my career is seeing my clients smile after accomplishing something they never thought possible.”

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask Alison any questions you like during an open Q & A!

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