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Take a look at life outside the classroom for the average HPOG 2.0 participant at the time of enrollment with the newest animation from HPOG.

This paper offers real data to provide HPOG grantees and other workforce development projects with insight into career pathway strategies that may be overlooked. In particular, it explores a phenomenon referred to as "the benefits cliffs effect." It examines families that encounter benefits cliffs in eight states and describes strategies for working with HPOG participants and other low-income individuals to confront it.

Take a look at life outside the classroom for the average HPOG 2.0 participant at the time of enrollment with the newest infographic from HPOG.

Collaborative partnerships between Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG) programs and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) agencies build a foundation for empowerment and self-sufficiency through healthcare training and individualized support services.

This video explores the role of the Navigator in guiding HPOG participants through barriers to individualized healthcare career pathways at Health Workforce for the Future in King County, Washington.

The purpose of this paper is to offer technical assistance to current HPOG grantees and other workforce development projects that serve customers receiving TANF benefits. This paper provides tips on creating and maintaining successful partnerships with TANF agencies and other organizations that serve the same customers as the HPOG grants.

Our newest infographic visually presents the findings of the Tribal HPOG Program Evaluation Final Report, which shows that all five of the Tribal HPOG grantees established programs that led to healthcare training completion and employment.

This promising practice case study highlights STEP UP’s career laddering program offered to its participants.

This report presents findings from two components of the National Implementation Evaluation of the Health Profession Opportunity Grants (HPOG): the Descriptive Implementation Study and the Outcome Study. These two studies address the following two major research questions:

  1. How are health profession training programs being implemented across the grantee sites?
  2. What individual-level outputs and outcomes occur?

Overall, the two studies found that HPOG programs generally reached their target enrollment levels, and that the majority of participants completed their course(s) of study and found healthcare jobs. However, many of those first jobs after leaving the program were entry-level positions at relatively low-wages.