NWHSU Student Cynthia Nelson winner of 2017 Successful Hands Grant Program
NWHSU | January 12, 2018
Winners of the 2017 Successful Hands Grant Program included NWHSU student Cynthia Nelson. The program supports professional massage therapy students by awarding eight $1,000 educational grants.
Biofreeze®, Massage Envy® and Bon Vital’® are pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Successful Hands Grant Program™. The program, a collaborative effort between three leading brands in the industry, supports professional massage therapy students by awarding eight $1,000 educational grants. In addition, each winner’s school receives a $1,000 grant package. In February, applicants were asked to complete a 200-word essay on “What being a successful massage therapist means to me.” The submission process brought in over 600 applications before it closed on October 15, 2017.
“We are always grateful for the opportunity to invest in the future of the massage therapy profession, and this program is one of my favorite ways to do so,” said Marshall Dahneke, Chief Commercial Officer, Performance Health. “Once again, we are impressed by the high level of professionalism and passion exhibited by the participating students. I am excited and honored to announce this year’s winners.”
The 2017 program recipients were announced in a video message today on the Successful Hands Grants and Massage Envy Careers Facebook pages. Watch the video here.
Included in the winners is NWHSU Massage Therapy student Cynthia Nelson. Congratulations, Cynthia!