After recently moving to the US from Haiti, Carmelle F. decided to start a new career path and has been fortunate enough to be awarded the myCNAjobs CNA Scholarship. While living in Haiti, she gained experience with caregiving when she helped a boy who had autism. After spending time caring for him, she knew that her passion was to help those in need and becoming a CNA would be a great fit for her.
“We are very excited to partner with myCNAjobs to help meet the demand for caregivers within our community and defeat this battle. Carmelle will be a great addition to our program and we are very excited for her to start,” says Judith Morales, Campus Director of Ideal School of Allied Healthcare.
Ideal School of Allied Healthcare believes in providing the healthcare community with well-trained CNAs and meet the needs of today’s employment demand. The certified nursing assistant program involves quality instruction and hands on experience for the students to have future careers in fields involving nursing homes, hospitals, patient care private homes, and rehabilitation centers.
In total, Carmelle will attend 125 hours of the school’s CNA program. Ideal School of Allied Healthcare offers both day and evening CNA classes. myCNAjobs will be in contact with Carmelle throughout her entire duration of the program and post-graduation, to help her find a job within her community.
To learn more about the myCNAjobs scholarship program, you can fill out an application here.
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.