Texas Center for Massage Therapy
The Texas Center for Massage Therapy is dedicated not only to providing the highest quality education to its students, but also to helping those students find the jobs of their dreams.
Of course, your success ultimately depends on you. The Texas Center for Massage Therapy cannot guarantee employment or salary. But our career services assistance starts when you are a student and does not stop even after you graduate. From your first job to your last in the industry – whether you need help tomorrow or ten years from now – we're here to help you succeed.
5, 000 Jobs!
The Texas Center for Massage Therapy is part of the Steiner Education Group (SEG), which offers massage therapy and esthetics training at 31 campuses in 14 states. Steiner Education Group's National Career Services Department gives Texas Center for Massage Therapy students and graduates unique access to a world of opportunities.
The Steiner Education Group has developed a worldwide network of thousands of employers, which generates an average of more than 5, 000 job opportunities for SEG students every year.
Graduates of SEG schools have been recruited by many of the top-rated employers in the massage and spa industries.
The Steiner Advantage
The Steiner Education Group is a subsidiary of Steiner Leisure Limited, a worldwide provider of spa services. Steiner Leisure Limited operates more than 200 spas and salons on cruise ships and at locations worldwide. Steiner’s land-based spas include resort spas, urban hotel spas, and day spas operated under Steiner’s Elemis, Mandara, Chavana, Bliss, and Remede brands.*
Steiner's cruise ship operations include spas on Carnival Cruise Lines, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Cruise Line, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Lines, and Windstar Cruises. Steiner’s land-based operations include spas for Caesars Entertainment, Hilton Hotels, Kerzner International, Loews Hotels, Marriott Hotels, Planet Hollywood, Sofitel Luxury Hotels, St. Regis Hotels, W Hotels and Resorts, and Westin Hotels and Resorts.*
Steiner spas recruit from the Steiner Education Group schools.
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