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Interested in a career in HEALTHCARE? Join the Healthcare Bridge Program!. WHY JOIN? Earn college credits at City College of San Francisco Gain skills needed to work in a healthcare environment Participate in a paid healthcare internship

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Why join earn college credits at city college of san francisco

Interested in a career in HEALTHCARE?

Join the Healthcare Bridge Program!

WHY JOIN?

Earn college credits at City College of San Francisco

Gain skills needed to work in a healthcare environment

Participate in a paid healthcare internship

Get support for applying to next step healthcare training and employment

  • You are eligible to participate if you:

  • Are 17-21 years of age

  • Have a high school diploma or GED

  • Are eligible to work in the U.S.

  • Place into CCSF Math 40 and English 92

  • Are available 30 hours per week for training , courses, and internship

Please attend ONE orientation : April 24th, May 1st, 8th, or 22nd at 4pm (225 Bush St., West Lobby, 4th floor)

For more information, contact:

Sharon Turner

P: (415) 782-6227

E: sturner@jvs.org

This program is funded through the San Francisco Office of Economic & Workforce Development, Hearst Foundation, & the generous support of RoselyneC. Swig.