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New Opportunities for

Careers in Healthcare for Low-Income Individuals Hostos Community College received a

students with all the necessary services

Health Profession Opportunity Grant from

and support to complete the training

the US Department of Health and Human

course and internship, pass the state

Services to offer the Allied Health Career

certification examination and achieve

Pipeline Program. The program is a

employment. Ultimately, students may

career-focused job training program for

choose to continue their training along

low-income individuals to gain careers in

the pipeline leading to college entry to

the allied health professions. The

become a Licensed Practical Nurse

Pipeline Program will provide enrolled


This program is for low-income individuals looking for career opportunities! Career Pipeline: Step One:

Assessment to determine if you qualify

Step Two:

Skills Development Boot Camp

Step Three: Fundamentals of Person-Centered Care Step Four:

Allied Health Training Course

Step Five:

Career Development Planning & Activities

Step Six:


Step Seven: Employment

Please call 718-664-2537, and ask about the Allied Health Career Pipeline Program


Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development

Spring 2013 Continuing Education Catalog