Emperor’s College is pleased to introduce the incoming spring class of 2016. A highly diverse group of exceptional students, the spring ’16 cohort includes a dentist, two people that worked in the fashion industry, a psychologist that worked with autistic kids, and a highly regarded cardiologist, and a third generation acupuncturist, among others. This group so clearly shows how born healers come from all walks of life and we are honored they have chosen to advance their calling at Emperor’s College.
In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Nepal in April 2015 that killed 8,000 people, injured more than 21,000, and left thousands homeless, the Emperor’s College acupuncture clinic raised funds to benefit the relief efforts in Nepal by Acupuncturists Without Borders. Over the weekend of March 5th, 2016, AWB held a training workshop for acupuncturists and presented this photo taken in Nepal to the college. “The commitment of the Acupuncturists Without Borders practitioners to the well-being of the people of Nepal affected by the earthquake was both uplifting and inspirational. It was an honor to be able to support their relief efforts there and we are dedicated to supporting AWB’s efforts around the world however we can in the future.” – Yun Kim, President, Emperor’s College
Acupuncture Today, a leading provider of acupuncture and oriental medicine news, info. and research information in the world, features Emperor’s College’s service to homeless military vets at the 2015 Veteran and Families Stand Down in its March 2016 issue. Read the article here: http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=33153
Emperor’s College is honored to be the recipient of a commendation from the County of Los Angeles in recognition of service to the veterans community of Los Angeles. This work could not have been accomplished without the dedicated service of the master’s and doctoral students that participate and the dozens of Emperor’s alumni that generously give of their time. Learn more about the Emperor’s College Veterans program here: http://www.emperors.edu/2015/10/1-year-anniversary-of-the-office-of-veterans-relations/ and our involvement with the 2015 Veteran and Families Stand Down as published in Acupuncture Today here: http://www.acupuncturetoday.com/mpacms/at/article.php?id=33153
Emperor’s College is pleased and excited to welcome 26 new students to campus for the Winter 2016 quarter. As has been the case for the last several years, this incoming class of Master’s students is a force to be reckoned with, comprised of Physical Therapists, Chiropractors, several artists, nurses, and massage therapists, just to scratch the surface, all of whom are born healers.
Emperor’s College students and alum will again come together this holiday season in service of homeless vets in Los Angeles County by providing treatments at the 2015 Los Angeles Veteran & Families Stand Down. The Emperor’s medical team composed of at least 65 EC alum, Doctoral and Master’s students will be on hand to treat the estimated 2,500+ homeless and at-risk veterans that will attend the 3-day event from December 19-21. The Stand Down will be the largest event of its kind ever held in the U.S. and is considered the culmination of a challenge made to the nation’s mayors by President Obama and the First Lady to end veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. Download the event poster. Emperor’s College is committed to serving the veterans community of Los Angeles and is the leading acupuncture and Oriental medicine service provider to military vets in the United States. For more information about the college’s veterans clinic, educational and community initiatives, please contact the Emperor’s College Office of Veterans Relations at 310.453.8300 ext.115.