TempleCares: Bridge to Employment
Increasing workforce opportunities for North Philadelphia Youth!
Temple University’s College of Education has proudly launched the TempleCares: Bridge to Employment program which provides young adults with the education, training, and work experience needed to be successful the healthcare industry!
Program Benefits. Participants will:
Earn free industry certificate/credentials in Medical Office, Nurse Aide, or Behavioral Health.
Gain skills needed to pursue a high skill, high wage career in healthcare field.
Interview for full time position at Temple Health Systems or other healthcare organization after successful completion of program.
Receive intensive career coaching to support on the job training, interviews, and full time employment, with support through the first 3 months after being hired for their full time position.
Opportunity to pursue postsecondary education with free tuition at Temple University if hired full time at Temple Health Systems.
Be 17-21 years old.
High school graduate (or will graduate 2018) and successful completion of a high school CTE program focused on health care studies.
Receive TANF/SNAP/MA as head of household or as minor.
Family income does not exceed Federal Poverty Income Guideline.
Authorized to work in Philadelphia.
Males 18 or older registered for Selective Service.
Consent to obtain all Federal and State criminal and child abuse clearances and drug testing,
Contact Rochelle T. Cooks, TempleCares Workforce Employment Specialist, for additional information at 215-204-8061 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
TempleCares is a partnership between Temple University College of Education, District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund and Temple University Health System. This program is sponsored fully or in part by Philadelphia Works.
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