Community Health Worker

CHW infographicThe Community Health Worker (CHW) training program through the Northeast Resiliency Consortium prepared students to work within their communities as patient advocates, health educators and liaisons between the community and existing health/social services at large. CHW students were introduced to a variety of health related themes that will prepare them for this multi-faceted position, including the relationship between health and human behavior, managing high-risk behaviors and disease prevention.

Eligible students are qualified to receive enhanced services through NRC, including:

  • Full suite of employment readiness services
  • Job placement assistance
  • College enrollment assistance
  • Personal supportive services
  • Access to NRC’s textbook lending library
  • Job retention services

 

4 thoughts on “Community Health Worker

    1. cewdkbcc Post author

      Hi Sheila,
      Thank you so much for reaching out to us about our Community Health Worker program. First, I’d like to direct you to this post. We have created a short infographic that spells out the skills you’ll need as a CHW and what you can do after getting a certificate from us. Also, I would highly suggest registering for one of our upcoming information session where representatives will give you detailed information about this program and what we have to offer. If you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 718.368.5568.
      All the best,
      CEWD

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  1. Miguel

    I would like to be a Community Health Worker and I want to know if your classes are in the evening.
    Thank you in advance for your information.

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    1. cewdkbcc Post author

      Hi Miguel,

      Thank you for reaching out to us about the NRC Community Health Worker program. CHW classes will most likely run from 3pm-6pm, four days a week for 12 weeks. Classes will run on the semester schedule at Kingsborough and will being in the Fall. They are run through the Center for Economic and Workforce Development under the NRC grant. We will have more details about recruitment by July/August. Please contact NRC at 718.368.6608 in early-mid July, or revisit this site for details about recruitment.

      Thank you!

      Reply

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