Below you will find a selected list of Healthcare Industry grant projects that have significant contributions in SkillsCommons.
The purpose of the Bridege2Healthcare grant is to provide opportunities to explore and train for careers in healthcare.
Florida Regional Consortium for Technology Enabled Learning Solutions (FRC-TEC)
The FRC-TEC program designs career readiness steps to improve the capacity to deliver education and career programs using technology-enabled training and restructured delivery.
Health Professions Pathways Consortium (H2P)
H2P is a consortium comprised of 9 colleges implementing strategies to improve healthcare education by streamlining educational pathways.
Utah Workforce Education and Retraining for Knowledge and Skills (WERKS)
WERKS is a group of colleges & universities that have banded together to provide Utah residents with new and fast programs for training and job placement!
Community College and Career Training (C3T)
C3T Round 1 is a consortium grant led by UH Maui with Kapi’olani CC, Honolulu CC, Leeward CC, and Kaua’i CC. The new cyber security component received 2 million dollars for 3 years of implementation.
Advancing Career and Training for Healthcare (ACT)
ACT is a collaborative effort between Wisconsin’s technical colleges to provide training and support services to TAA-eligible workers, veterans, and other adults, preparing them for high-growth careers in the healthcare industry.
Missouri Healthcare Workforce Innovation Networks (MoHealthWINs)
Innovative statewide initiative to provide grants for training in growing manufacturing & STEM occupations at Missouri’s public two-year institutions.
Consortium of Healthcare Education Online (CHEO)
The CHEO Project is in place to help community college students develop the skills needed to secure viable and sustainable employment in the allied health fields.
Virginia RETHINKS Health Science Education
Tidewater Community College is leading a statewide consortium of all 23 of Virginia’s Community Colleges to implement seven strategies that will contribute to the realization of the Achieve 2015 strategic plan and the RETHINK re-engineering plan.