HPI School of Allied Health announces the award of a full tuition CNA class scholarship via the myCNAjobs Scholarship fund. HPI, based in Union, New Jersey, will cover the full cost of tuition for Barbara M. to attend classes later this month.
Barbara was selected for the scholarship as a seasoned caregiver with 23 years of experience caring for her own children. A natural nurturer, Barbara is seeking to turn her experience into a professional full-time career to make a positive difference in the lives of seniors in her community.
"We are delighted to partner with myCNAjobs and offer Barbara a start to her career in nursing," comments Anetta Wilson-Barnett, Program Director of HPI School of Allied Health. "Our local community needs experienced caregivers and HPI is committed to bringing better care to the residents of Union."
myCNAjobs will provide scrubs required for the program and will connect Barbara to local recruiters post graduation.
HPI School of Allied Health maintains continuous enrollment for CNA classes and is staffed by licensed professionals with over 20 years of experience. The school is approved by New Jersey Departments of Education Labor and Workforce Development.
To apply for additional CNA school scholarships, visit the myCNAjobs Scholarship Fund.
myCNAjobs is innovating the way healthcare companies hire and caregivers find work. Home care agencies, nursing homes, and assisted living communities recruit qualified aides efficiently through a suite of digital and career fair tools.
Caregivers, CNAs, and Home Health Aides easily connect with local jobs, career fairs, scholarships, and resources to build a schedule to fit their needs with a tech-powered platform.