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  • HPOG Success Story: Clarys at Montefiore Medical Center

    Clarys was born and raised in the Dominican Republic. She immigrated to the United States in 1994, and in 2004, Clarys became a US citizen. Clarys’ three children were her inspiration for her goals. She wanted a career that would allow her to be a role model and support them. She was passionate about helping others and wanted a meaningful and challenging avenue for emotional growth. These factors led her to pursue home health aide training. In 2016, Clarys learned about the Montefiore Medical Center Health Profession Opportunity Grant Project. At the time, she was pursuing a home health aide training course at Allen Health Care. Clarys enthusiastically started the application process and was overjoyed when she was accepted into the HPOG program.
  • Instructor Involvement in HPOG Success

    The newest video from HPOG features HPOG partners in Buffalo, NY that demonstrate the impact thoughtful investment by HPOG instructors has on participant success. HPOG instructors are more than just teachers. They are industry veterans helping students in and out of the classroom by offering additional tutoring, communicating student needs with HPOG case managers, and supporting post-certification education and employment.
  • HPOG Success Story: Kimberly at Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board

    Kimberly was three credits away from graduating from high school when she found out she was pregnant. Feeling out of place, she made the tough decision to drop out. The next several years brought four more children. Eventually, Kimberly’s family of seven found themselves living with her mother-in-law. Her mother told her that Kimberly’s younger sister was going to finish school. This spurred Kimberly to start a General Education Diploma (GED) program. Kimberly was working to earn her GED when she heard about the Pathways to Healthcare Professions (PHP) program from a Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board employee. As she progressed through the GED program, her self-confidence soared when she passed the math test. Kimberly’s newfound belief in herself and the PHP staff inspired her to enroll in the two-week certified nursing assistant (CNA) class hosted at the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board in Rapid City, SD.
  • Workforce Development Board SDA-83, Inc. Abstract

    A program abstract of Workforce Development Board LA, an HPOG grantee.
  • Workforce Development Council of Seattle-King County Abstract

    A program abstract of the Workforce Development Council of Seattle, an HPOG grantee.
  • Worksystems, Inc. Abstract

    A program abstract of Worksystems, an HPOG grantee.
  • Zepf Center Abstract

    A program abstract of Zepf Center, an HPOG grantee.
  • Schenectady County Community College Abstract

    A program abstract of Schenectady County Community College, an HPOG grantee.
  • South Carolina Department of Social Services Abstract

    A program abstract of Project HOPE, an HPOG grantee.
  • The WorkPlace Abstract

    A program abstract of The WorkPlace, an HPOG grantee.