If you’re interested in getting into an in-demand allied health position, you can take one of the Education Fund’s programs and get qualified – all at NO COST to you. Our Career Pathways are designed to help you gain the skills you need to move into one of these key growth positions quickly, no matter where you are in your career. Opportunities include: Medical Assistant, RN to BSN, Medical Coding, Mental Health, Information Technology and more. Plus, eligible participants can get up to 2 hours per week of live one-on-one tutoring for approved classes through Tutor.com. Learn more.
The first step is to connect with one of our career counselors who will help you learn about your options. Find out more about the individual career pathways and apply via the links below:
This program prepares students for a career as a Phlebotomy Technician by completing this program with a Certificate of Completion, sitting for the National Certification Exam and and the State license exam.. Learn more.
This pathway offers different degree and certificate options that will give students the basic skills needed to provide entry-level computer support and prepares you for a career in Information Technology. Learn more.
Certified Nursing Assistant
This program prepares students for a career as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) by completing this program and sitting for the Certified Nursing Assistant State Exam. Learn more.
Successfully completing this program results in a Medical Coding Specialist certificate, which prepares students to pass the tests needed to become a Medical Coder. Medical Coding jobs are expected to increase by 8% by 2029. Learn more.
This program provides the training you need to become a Sterile Processing Tech, including healthcare sciences, medical instrument decontamination processes, preparation and packaging, current sterilization technologies, essential surgical instrument identification, and more. Learn more.
This program is designed to take you through all the steps you need to get ready, complete prerequisites, and participate in the MA program, wherever you are in your career. Learn more.