Healthcare Training Program graduates are ready for careers with local employers
Both the training program and the Community Resource Center where classes were held are funded by The Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation
The 19 latest participants in the popular workforce development initiative provided by Bon Secours Community Works celebrated with a graduation ceremony in August. The graduates wore blue mortarboard caps to receive their diplomas during the ceremony held in the new Community Resource Center gymnasium.
The graduates are now ready for job placement with one of Bon Secours' local employment partners including LifeBridge Health, Johns Hopkins Intrastaff Home Care Group, and the University of Maryland Medical Center.
The Bon Secours Baltimore Foundation helps secure funding for the program from grants and donors including Kaiser Permanente and the Mayor's Office of Employment Development. The Foundation completed a multi-million-dollar fundraising campaign to build the new Bon Secours Community Resource Center where the Healthcare Training Program classes were held in the training room sponsored by Whiting-Turner Contracting Company.
For more information about the Healthcare Training Program and other workforce development initiatives offered by Bon Secours Community Works, call (410) 801-5100.