Standard Process Seminar - May 12th


Students are invited to attend a Standard Process seminar on Tuesday, May 12th between 5:30pm and 7:00pm. The seminar's topic is Nutrition: The Complete Picture from Consultation to Grocery Shopping & Preparation which will be presented by Julie Evans-Vitale, CN, CPT who is a Nutritionist and Certified Personal Fitness Trainer with an emphasis on whole food nutrition.

The seminar will be held at Nutritional Services Inc. which is located at 1795 Clarkson Road in the US Bank building.

Seating is limited! To register, please call Susan at 314-494-3973.

Click here to view the event flyer.

Standard Process Trip for Students - June 7th and June 8th



Logan is looking for 55 qualified students to take a free trip to Standard Process (Palmyra, Wisconsin) on Sunday, June 7th through Monday, June 8th. The trip will allow students to tour the Standard Process Headquarters and hear from two Standard Process speakers. 

About the Trip:

- Depart from Logan on Sunday, June 7th at 9:45am via a chartered bus. Logan provides a box lunch for the trip to Wisconsin. Travel times is approximately 6-7 hours.
- Standard Process will host a dinner for Logan students at the hotel where they will be staying.
- Tour the Standard Process headquarters and organic farm and hear speakers on Monday, June 8th before heading back to Logan.
- Standard Process covers all expenses for this trip.

How to Apply:

**Please note this is considered an "unexcused absence" and will be included in your 15% absences.**
- 55 students will be selected.
- Students who were previously selected may not apply for this trip.
- Email Laura.Winters@logan.edu by Friday, April 17th at 5:00pm with the following information:
Your name
Your present trimester
Your cell phone number
Your emergency contact's phone number
Your polo shirt size (Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large or XXX-Large)
A short 5-6 sentence paragraph on why you'd like to be selected and why the trip will help you in your future practices

Criteria

Students will be selected on a first come, first served basis if they are in good academic and professional standing and if they include all of the information above.

Standard Process Seminar - March 10th


Students are invited to attend a Standard Process seminar on Tuesday, March 10th between 5:30pm and 7:00pm. The seminar's topic is Detoxification a Must! and details how detoxification works as well as information on the new 10-Day Detox Program.

The seminar will be held at Nutritional Services Inc. which is located at 1795 Clarkson Road in the US Bank building.

Seating is limited! To register, please call Susan at 314-494-3973.

Standard Process Trip for Students



Logan is looking for 56 qualified students to take a free trip to Standard Process (Palmyra, Wisconsin) on Sunday, June 8th through Monday, June 9th. The trip will allow students to tour Standard Process Headquarters and hear from two Standard Process speakers. 

About the Trip:

- Depart from Logan on Sunday, June 8th at 9:45am via chartered bus. Logan provides a box lunch for the trip to Wisconsin. Travel times is approximately 6-7 hours.
- Standard Process will host a dinner for Logan students at the hotel where they will be staying.
- Tour Standard Process and hear speakers on Monday, June 9th before heading back to Logan.
- Standard Process covers all expenses for this trip.

How to Apply:

**Please note this is considered an "unexcused absence" and will be included in your 15% absences.**
- 56 students will be selected.
- Students who were previously selected may not apply for this trip.
- Email Sandra.Perriello@logan.edu by Friday, April 25th at 5:00pm with the following information:
  1. Your name
  2. Your present trimester
  3. Your cell phone number
  4. Your emergency contact's phone number
  5. Your polo shirt size (Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large or XXX-Large)
  6. A short 5-6 sentence paragraph on why you'd like to be selected and why the trip will help you in your future practices

Criteria

Students will be selected on a first come, first served basis if they are in good academic and professional standing and if they include all of the information above.