Say Hello! to Elle Celestino — Senior Career Consultant
Nice to Meet You!I believe the best part about my job are the long-term relationships I build with my therapists! When I’m not recruiting, you will either find me focusing on my health and fitness goals or hiking with my friends and pup! I love sports, staying active, and exploring new cities. I was raised in a military family and spent the majority of my upbringing in different states and new schools. In 2010, I decided to visit my family in Denver and I haven’t left since!
Fun FactI graduated high school in Alaska and had the chance to wake up to black bears and moose in my neighborhood!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have other travelers I may speak with to gain their insights on traveling?
Yes, the Advanced "Advanced Mentors" program provides a wealth of information and an opportunity to connect with well informed mentors in the field of travel therapy.
Why would I want to work in schools?
Longer contracts with far lower likelihoods of a notice. All those school holidays you looked forward to as a kid? You will get those days off while on contract with us!
Does Advanced offer clinical support?
What compensation and benefits are available for travel therapists?
Travel therapists are offered benefits similar to those of a permanent job, and are even better because they start on day 1. Compensation for travel therapists is also typically better than their permanent counterparts.
Do you offer free continuing education?
Yes, Advanced Medical offers free continuing education for the first two years of our New Grad program. In this program, Advanced Medical offers 1000 continued education courses available 24/7 for free.
Can you find me a job in a particular city?
Yes! The Advanced team of talented recruiters will work with you to find your ideal travel therapy role. For instance, if you are a PT and you want Hawaii, we will seek out opportunities for PT’s in Hawaii instead of waiting for them to surface. However, our experienced recruiters will be truthful about the “odds” of this type of placement happening at any given point in your travel career and advise you appropriately.