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  • National Tribal TANF Characteristics Data (Updated)

    Published: March 19, 2019
    National Tribal TANF characteristics data for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Workforce Development Board SDA-83 Inc., Training and Supportive Services (New)

    Published: March 13, 2019
    There are certain skills that students cannot learn from books. Fostering the development of personal and interpersonal skills is strengthening the healthcare workforce in Northern Louisiana. Professional Healthcare Opportunity Career Center and Support (PHOCAS) at Workforce Development Board SDA-83 Inc. (WDB 83) hosts a monthly workshop, teaching skills that healthcare students may not find in a traditional classroom setting. WDB 83 developed the Essential Skills Workshop in response to a need expressed by the Northeast Louisiana (NELA) Healthcare Alliance for a better-equipped healthcare workforce. NELA Healthcare Alliance is a group of healthcare partners that acts as an advisory board to WDB 83.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board (New)

    Published: March 8, 2019
    On the Job Training programs bridge the gap between employers and the talent pool in Connecticut. Eastern Connecticut Workforce Investment Board (EWIB) paves the way with a new On the Job Training (OJT) incentive program. Connecticut Health Careers Advancement Project (Health CAP) at EWIB put a new spin on OJT. By restructuring training, Health CAP goes the extra mile for program participants. HPOG funding allows Health CAP to reimburse employers for the trainer’s, and not the employee’s time. This encourages employers to hire a participant who may have been otherwise overlooked.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Ute Mountain Ute Tribe, Training and Supportive Services

    Published: March 1, 2019
    Healthcare-UTE (HCUTE) uses math and science to promote lifelong learning in Colorado. The program set out to boost enrollment rates, but the ultimate results were much more rewarding.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Chicago State University, Partnerships and Supportive Services

    Published: February 21, 2019
    The Partnership to STEP UP in Health Careers (STEP UP) is a career support program, which provides training to Temporary Assistance for Needy Family (TANF) recipients and low-income individuals in the Chicago area.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: South Carolina Department of Social Services, Training and Support

    Published: February 14, 2019
    Hard work meets HOPE at the South Carolina Department of Social Services. Project HOPE is an award-winning training program serving the entire state of South Carolina. The program provides participants the chance to enter the high-demand healthcare field. Training and supportive services ensure all participants succeed from recruitment to job placement. Project HOPE’s success comes from five core phases, but one shines above the rest.
  • HPOG Promising Practice: Goodwill Industries of the Valleys, Recruitment

    Published: February 8, 2019
    The team at GoodCare found a fresh way to help participants take their first steps. Support services start with a smile at Goodwill Industries of the Valleys’ GoodCare. Goodwill partnered with Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) to provide healthcare training to underserved communities in the organization’s 31 county service areas of Virginia. It starts with an informative open house for those looking for a new career in the healthcare field.
  • TANF and MOE Spending and Transfers by Activity, FY 2017 (Contains National & State Pie Charts)

    Published: February 6, 2019
    The Office of Family Assistance (OFA) has posted tables and pie charts for the 50 states and the District of Columbia showing the distribution of TANF and MOE spending on basic assistance, work, education, & training activities, child care, and other activities in FY 2017.
  • HPOG Success Story: Janetth at Pima County Community College District

    Published: January 24, 2019
    Janetth has always known that the success of her children depended on her own. As a single mother, Janetth’s drive is fueled by the desire to build a better life and be a strong role model for her children. She always wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare field. Her love of caring for and helping people was evident from an early age. Janetth knew a career in nursing could give her the chance to provide a higher quality life for herself and her two young daughters. Janetth saw an ad for HPOG HOPES while reading a periodical at her local library. After conducting some research about the dozens of trainings they offer, she went to an information meeting. She knew she was ready to begin the process of becoming a Medical Assistant (MA). HPOG HOPES didn’t just offer the chance at an education, but also provided access to personalized support services to help her successfully complete her education. Balancing motherhood with school proved to be a challenge. Janetth’s mother agreed to take care of her childcare needs, and HPOG HOPES was ready to step in for the rest. She could focus on school and graduate without major debt.
  • HPOG Success Story: Monica at Montefiore Medical Center

    Published: January 16, 2019
    The path to advancement can be long and demanding, but it is always rewarding. Monica was raised in the South Bronx, New York, the poorest county in the state. It was a challenge for her mother to raise four children alone, but she worked hard to make sure they never went hungry. Monica considers her mother her role model. She wanted to work hard to be the best version of herself, showing her mother that her unconditional love and caring were appreciated. Monica became a mother early herself. She put her plans on hold to give her children a rich life experience. As they grew older, Monica became committed to accomplishing her goals. Exploring her interest in the medical field led her back to school. She completed an associate’s degree in Medical Administration, but a challenging job market made finding employment difficult. She didn’t let that stop her, because she was committed to getting her start in healthcare. Monica started looking at training programs that would build her knowledge of the clinical side of the field. It was then that she found the growing number of opportunities for Home Health Aides. In May 2017, she was introduced to the close partnership between Montefiore HPOG and People Care. People Care is Home Health Aide service that provides care to over 3,000 people a day in New York. After her acceptance into the Montefiore HPOG program, Monica was determined to take full advantage of their offerings, and move up the healthcare career ladder. She completed training through People Care and started working as a Home Health Aide, but quickly wanted more. She attended post-employment counseling at Montefiore HPOG and developed a plan for her to go from Home Health Aide to Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA). She built a strong rapport with management at her home care agency, and HPOG noticed.

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