Pay it Forward! H-1B ICU Healthcare Skills Training Grant
The H-1B ICU Healthcare Skills Training Grant is a $4.99 million grant sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. The Community College System of NH is an equal opportunity employer, and adaptive equipment is available upon request to persons with disabilities.
Without the grant's help, I would not have been able to achieve my dream of serving and supporting my family and my community. Thank you from my heart.
Mohammad Mustak Arif Medical Interpreter
getting my LNA would be another way to learn
more about the health care system, and become
a better caregiver in preparation for my future work as a doctor
Catie Moulton Licensed Nursing Assistant
Having a BSN has opened more career doors for me and was an essential factor in securing my latest position as Clinical Nurse Manager of Radiology
Michael Gillespie Bachelor of Nursing Degree
As an interpreter, I meet with the patient and the healthcare provider. I interpret everything for both the patient and the provider, which makes both of them feel comfortable and understand
each other. Mamdouh Elzayat
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unemployed and underemployed New Hampshire residents achieve their dreams of serving others in the healthcare field since 2012.
The grant provides full or partial
funding for short-term
training in the medical field.
Grant staff assists participants with
resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, interview skills, job search and soft skills to ensure academic and professional success.
Peer-to-Peer Networking Event November 5, 2015
Participants help each other through shared success
stories, collaboration and encouragement!
The grant has
with more than
Heres how grant participants are
Benchmark Assisted Living
Catholic Medical Center
Frisbie Memorial Hospital
Hillsborough County NH
Huggins Hospital Living at Home
Language Bridge, LLC
Maine Medical Center
Manchester Community Health Center
NH Healthy Families
Parkland Medical Center
St. Joseph Hospital
hiring needs of
over 50 local and
H-1B ICU Healthcare
Skills Training Grant
In Partnership with 6 New Hampshire
hospitals, the grant will train more than 2,700 healthcare employees
Application deadline April 30, 2016 Training must be completed by June 30, 2016
Learn about our Program & Request an Application
Pay it Forward!