On April 25, 2017, the PT Licensure Compact (PTLC) was enacted. For physical therapists and physical therapist assistants whose home state actively issues and accepts compact licenses, they will have the option of compact privilege to work in the other participating states. This will immensely simplify the effort needed for travelers to work in multiple states. (UPDATE: Find a current map of participating states here) Read more »
I have been on assignment for a year now. I travel with my girlfriend and our two dogs in an RV. I was asked what my favorite memory was while traveling with Cariant, and I would have to say ALL of them because a whole new world opens up with each job assignment! Read more »
Next week the Cariant team will be attending the American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) in San Antonio, Texas.
If you’ve met us previously at CSM or a National Student Conclave and are closer to graduation, CSM is the perfect time to get to know Cariant better and ask your more detailed questions about how we can help you be successful as a new grad traveler. Ask Division Manager Tracey and Therapy Recruiter Carrie your travel therapy questions at booth 1651 in the exhibit hall.
And of course, we’ll have hourly drawings for our favorite Will Work For Travel t-shirts! Plus, the return of our Trail Mix Mixer bar will tide you over between exhibit hall visits.
Stop at booth 1651 to pick up materials about travel therapy, grab a snack, and enter to win a t-shirt! We’ll see you soon in San Antonio!
Where will you be this March/April? There are a lot of places in the country that make for a beautiful spring season. Consider these three locations:
With a surplus of year-round attractions to visit in Washington, DC, one could certainly use 13 weeks to take in all that our country’s capital has to offer. But you only need one reason to visit in early spring—the cherry blossoms. Read more »