Community Health Worker jobs are growing in number, complexity and importance…
At 22,053,900 projected workers in 2020, the healthcare industry makes up the largest segment of the United States’ economy. Not just doctors and nurses, the healthcare industry also broadly encompasses the nonclinical, community and social service, and support positions that comprise 42% of the healthcare workforce.
The community health worker has taken on new importance as hospitals look to extend themselves and bring healthcare services to patients where they live. Among the occupations with the largest percentage increases across the country, office workers such as medical office specialists, office supervisors, and medical records technicians have seen their positions adapt and grow. And, a new position, often referred to as patient navigator or patient representative, has been created to facilitate smooth coordination of health services for patients.
The CUNY CareerPATH program at QCC was featured in this weeks edition of New York City Workforce Weekly. Read more about the success of CCP’s Medical Office Assistant program at QCC via the link below.
If you’re interested in finding out more about CUNY CareerPATH programs, attend one of our information sessions. If you want to get started right away, fill out this quick surveyand a CareerPATH staff member will contact you with all the information you need to get your future moving.
**Most programs will be starting up information sessions in January 2014, so please check back then. If you would like to talk with a representative right away, fill out our survey (above) or call one of the programs and someone will get in contact with you soon.
The Direct Care Counseling at the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) is a full-time training program, offered Monday-Friday from 9 am – 5 pm. The DCC program prepares student to work in the mental health field dealing with individuals with Developmental Disabilities. Training includes Approved Medication Administration & Personal, Strategic Crisis Intervention and Prevention and CPR/First Aid. Upon Completion of DCC training, students earn/bank 3 college credits towards an AAS Degree in Human Services at BMCC
For more information and to register for an upcoming info session, please call: 212-346-8435.
Thursday, September 12, 2013 (Bronx, NY)—Anita Bhattacharjee took a rather selfless
approach to higher education. She waited until her children had received the kind of
education she valued so highly before returning to the classroom herself at age 52.
After graduating from the CUNY CareerPATH Community Health Worker Certificate
Program in December of 2012, Anita was the first member of her cohort to enroll for a
regular associate’s degree course load at Eugenio María de Hostos Community
College. “I was a single mother who always made sure my three children studied hard for school, and with that, my daughter graduated with honors at the age of 16. With more determination and hard work, my twin boys went on to attain college degrees. Nevertheless, my education was always at the back of my mind. I wanted them to graduate first, but having my college degree was something I always wanted,” Anita
The CUNY CareerPATH Community Health Worker Certificate Program trains residents of South Bronx and Northern Manhattan who meet the eligibility requirements to join the healthcare workforce. The training consists of 120 hours centered on community health worker core competencies, and contemporary health issues such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease and chronic disease self-management. An additional 60 hours are devoted to helping participants develop their academic skills in reading, writing and math.
CALL TODAY AND RESERVE YOUR SEAT FOR AN UPCOMING INFO SESSION
It’s an exciting time to be a part of the newly revitalized manufacturing industry. According to businessknowledgesource.com, “Green manufacturing has gone from being a trend in manufacturing to a corner stone of the manufacturing industry. It has become apparent the the manufacturing businesses that are using green manufacturing are claiming more of their markets and showing that green manufacturing provides a high quality product.”
New York City College of Technology is offering credit level programs to individuals interested in pursuing a career in NYC’s revitalized manufacturing sector-in industries critical for US competitiveness and economic growth.
Students will receive credit bearing industry recognized credentials leading to an Associate Degree in the field of Green Advanced Manufacturing, drawing on City Tech’s:
State-of-the-art labs and equipment
Curriculum based on industry-established standards
Faculty experts from the College’s Department of Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design Technology
Call Today: 718-552-1150 to reserve your seat! Follow on Twitter @gamccitytech
Info Session Dates:
September 5, 2013
September 10, 2013
September 19, 2013
September 24, 2013
October 3, 2013
October 8, 2013
October 17, 2013
October 22, 2013
October 31, 2013
Interested in other fields? CUNY CareerPATH offers programs focused on Small Business Management, Food & Beverage/Culinary Arts, Health Care, and Early Childhood!
Participate in a low-cost job training program in one of our five, in-demand job sectors.
Earn industry-recognized certifications and college credits towards a degree.
Receive free job placement assistance…and so much more!
For more information call 1-855-333PATH (7284) or visit www.cuny.edu/careerpath
To attend one of our many info sessions, see below and call today!
Borough of Manhattan Community College – EMT
Info Session dates: To reserve your seat call: 212-346-8428
September 5, 2013
September 12, 2013
September 19, 2013
Kingsborough Community College – Food & Beverage program
Info Session dates: To reserve your seat call: 718-368-5568
September 2, 2013
September 4, 2013
September 9, 2013
September 11, 2013
September 16, 2013
September 18, 2013
September 23, 2013
September 25, 2013
Queensborough Community College – Medical Office Assistant
Info Session Dates: To reserve your seat call 718-281-5157
Then call Borough of Manhattan Community College (212-346-8428) or LaGuardia Community College (718-730-7569) to find out more about this low-cost opportunity to receive EMT Basic certification, job placement assistance, and additional academic and career guidance.
CUNY CareerPATH is located in all 5 boroughs, across 5 sectors, and at 8 colleges! CUNY CareerPATH is a low-cost program aimed at supporting adult students in career advancement and successful college transition. CUNY CareerPATH provides career-focused academic training in five industry sectors: Healthcare, Entrepreneurship, Culinary Arts or Food and Beverage Operations, Manufacturing, and Education.
Check us out today!
By phone: 1-855-333-PATH (7284)
To receive general information about our programs, you can also complete survey linked below and one of our representatives will be able to contact you with more information.
Do you have a business idea that you know will be a success? Do you dream of being your own boss? The Small Business & Entrepreneurship program at the College of Staten Island can help you incubate your idea and develop your own small business!
Eligible adults can participate in the Entrepreneurship, a FREE, 3 credit business course at the College of Staten Island!
Create business and marketing plans
Deliver elevator pitches
Learn through integrated classroom and virtual enterprise and application
Receive support to launch businesses, enroll into college and find employment
Participate in additional math and literacy training
Currently accepting applications for Fall 2013 semester, for more info call 718-982-2625 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat in an upcoming Information Session!
**Call us today to reserve your seat & find out about out extremely LOW COST training**