InsideTrack, a mission-driven nonprofit, is passionate about helping all learners achieve their education and career goals through the transformative power of coaching. They work with partners to build internal coaching capacity through staff training and professional services — designed to sustain advances in-house for lasting, scalable impact. In response to the Education Fund’s growing organization and learner needs, the organization partnered with InsideTrack to support learners from application through completion, to ultimately fuel a stronger health care workforce. The partnership also led to the creation of a new, in-demand pathways, set and exceeded enrollment and graduation rate goals, and provided training for Education Fund staff to bring coaching methodology into their own organizational practices. Learn more about our partnership.
Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP)
Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP) is a national partnership of healthcare training and education funds with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and the affiliated employers. Participating training funds total more than $160 million in employer-committed resources. As part of H-CAP, we participate in a valuable community of practice with similar training funds, employers and union partners, and joint fundraising for federal and foundation dollars. Through this partnership we also are part of the National Center for Healthcare Apprenticeships (NCHA) which accounts for more than one third of all healthcare apprentices nationally.
In order for a new start up non-profit organization called Futuro Health to receive an initial commitment of $30 million from Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit, SWEC Board members agreed on December 2019 to serve as its fiscal sponsor. Once Futuro Health receives its own 501(c)3 determination, anticipated within 2020, SWEC will cease to serve as fiscal sponsor. Futuro has set up its own operations and has its own employees. The Education Fund and SWEC are partnered with Futuro Health in shared career pathways programs and COVID-19 trainings, and the Education Fund also continues to offer its broader set of existing education programs and career services.