Alicia attended CCMH as a student from 2016-2018 after deciding she was in need of a career change.
No longer enjoying the stress of being a structural engineer, she wondered how she could transform her interest in health and wellness into a job helping others.
With a hiring rate upon graduation from CCMH of almost 100%, she decided to embark on a new career in massage therapy.
She continues to find the work extremely gratifying.
“People come in, sometimes they're in a lot of pain, or they're just really stressed out, and you can actually do a lot for somebody in an hour. I find people are really appreciative and grateful when they come to you, because you really make them feel better. And that's a nice feeling.”
Along with being CCMH faculty member, Alicia practices at St. Margaret’s Bay Massage Therapy where she has worked since graduation.