Graduate Services

“I feel that the OSM grads that I’ve interviewed showed an exceptional level of preparedness, professionalism, and confidence through the interview process and I look forward to hiring more OSM grads in the future!” – Dr. Abby Heppner, D.C.

Employment Opportunities E-mail

Each campus of Oregon School of Massage issues email announcements of massage employment opportunities, volunteer events and rooms for rent. Every week OSM graduates are finding jobs, office space or other professional connections through this service. Click here for additional information and/or to read testimonials.

If you employ LMT’s, or know of work opportunities for them, please send that information to us. We will distribute it to our graduates.

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    Submit a Testimonial or Blog Article

    The OSM Blog often features Alumni stories and experiences; share yours here and connect with the larger OSM community!

    Become a Teaching Assistant

    Oregon School of Massage offers TA positions to help instructors provide an excellent educational experience for all students.  Assistants benefit through a deeper learning of the material and getting to know the community.  To qualify for a TA position, students must complete two quarters at OSM (at least two classes and six months at OSM).To apply to become a TA, students must fill out an application, have the instructor sign it, and submit it to Lisa Barck Garofalo. Lisa will contact you about assignments before the term begins. Download the application download the TA Application

    Massage Events – 1 CE Hour

    “Massage Connections” in Portland and the “LMT Gathering” in Salem are a series of presentations organized by Oregon School of Massage for LMTs and massage students. The presentations are intended as an opportunity to learn about topics of interest and network with fellow professionals. There is no charge for these events. One hour of continuing education (for Oregon massage licensing) will be granted for each of the above presentations. Bring a colleague. Other healthcare professionals are welcome. For more information, please call the location nearest you. Click Here for more information.