HEALTHCARE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
WHERE YOUR FUTURE IN CARE BEGINS
ABOUT CREATING OPPORTUNITY.
AN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM OF PARTNERS.
AN AGILE APPROACH TO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.
11/18/2021 eConnection: Futuro Health, UC Berkeley, CSUs, Community Colleges Mobilize to Grow Public Health Workforce
New WorkforceRx Podcast Episode #26: Maria Flynn, President & CEO of Jobs for the Future: Now Is the Time to Ask the Hard Questions. The combination of a unique economic moment and major new funding out of Washington is creating an opportunity to rethink workforce development policies and programs. But will the tough questions be asked that will lead to a significant reshaping of the nation’s approach? Listen Now
WHAT ARE ALLIED HEALTH OCCUPATIONS?
There is a looming demand for approximately 500,000 new allied healthcare workers by 2024 in California alone, with an annual need of 65,000+ workers.
Our goal is to graduate 10,000 new licensed and/or credentialed allied healthcare workers by 2024 to meet this growing need for qualified medical assistants, care coordinators, health information technicians and other healthcare workers.
OUR GRAYING & GROWING POPULATION
Will there be enough healthcare workers to care for them?
ALLIED HEALTHCARE CAREERS
Are these workers in demand?
SKILLING UP THE HEALTHCARE WORKFORCE
What are the obstacles for affordable and quality education?
BETTER TALENT, BETTER JOBS
How do we create pathways to careers with good pay and benefits?
WHO WE SERVE
STUDENTS & WORKERS
Your New Healthcare Career is Within Reach
Allied healthcare workers are in high demand. We’re here to show you how to get an affordable education that provides the right skills for the right career path.
Innovative Solutions to Workforce Shortages and Quality Care
Organizations that employ allied healthcare workers need new ways to address the skill shortage. We have the solution for finding the quality talent you need to stay competitive.