PT Development’s Junior Associate Bridge System Helps Former UofL Student-Athlete Land Job

Louisville, Kentucky (PRWEB) March 09, 2012

While the national unemployment rate has recently leveled off, entry-level positions for college graduates continue to remain scarce due to increased competition and the Achilles’ heel of several recent grads the lack of genuine planet encounter. In an work to support students find out practical operate encounter and remain out of the unemployment line, Louisville-based PT Development developed the Junior Associate Bridge Program (JABP). While standard internship programs normally recruit students at the sophomore and junior level, the JABP targets talented, soon-to-be and recent grads ready to enter the job market place. PT Development recognized the require for a progressive plan that will help young adults in bridging the gap among theoretical education in the classroom and the practical capacity of the specialist world.

According to PT Development, CEO Larry Benz the plan provides students the chance to sharpen their specialist skills, find out specialist conduct, assume the responsibility for managing and activating programs, and recognize the importance of adhering to tight deadlines. “Not only is it tough for graduates fresh out of college to uncover a job, a lot of new alumni have small to no idea how to commence their profession,” states Benz. “The bridge system is a terrific platform for graduates to devote time in each and every of our departments to uncover their interests, create their strengths, and learn from senior staff members.”

A current University of Louisville graduate, Greg Tomczyk is the first Junior Associate to complete PT Development’s system. Greg was a member of the University of Louisville Football team and identified out about the JABP by means of the team’s career preparedness system. “The University of Louisville Football System is constantly seeking for opportunities to location our student-athletes in jobs and internships,” states Rocco Gasparro, University of Louisville Assistant Sports Details Director. “We view our partnership with local firms, such as PTD, an important step to assist athletes make the occasionally hard transition from the classroom to the true world.”

Tomczyk stated that the PT Improvement JABP system played an vital function in helping him uncover a full-time position. “As a current graduate, the program gave me the encounter, understanding and confidence I needed to compete in a challenging job market place,” says Tomczyk. “The actual globe expertise and valuable abilities I learned at PT Development were instrumental in helping me begin my career.”

About PT Development:

PT Improvement (PTD), founded by Larry Benz, PT, DPT, is a Louisville, Kentucky-based private equity organization focused on adding value to healthcare organizations by cultivating top quality, customer service, advocacy leadership and innovation. Benz’s entrepreneurial success began when he founded the Louisville-based Kentucky Orthopedic Rehab Team (KORT). In 2007, Benz sold his interest in KORT and focused his efforts on PTD’s startups such as TexPTS, Indiana-based ProRehab, Evidence In Motion (EIM), and several other individuals. PTD gives the following management services: evidence-based practice, patient loyalty, regulatory assurance, marketing and branding, clinic operations, hiring and retention, approach, accounting and finance, and buyer service. For much more data about PTD, please go to

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