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Compassionate Caregivers

Providing a pathway to a career in the nursing field.

Our Purpose

Baltimore residents: Are you looking for a path to a fulfilling career in the nursing field? Did COVID-19 cause problems for your housing, income, work, or behavioral health?

Start a career in compassionate caregiving with meaningful support. Become a CNA/GNA in weeks, and lay a foundation for LPN or RN! You must live in Baltimore City, be 18 or older, and meet some COVID-related impact conditions to qualify. In partnership with the Mayor's Office of Employment and Development (OED)

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Who We Serve

We serve Baltimore residents who are 18 or older and are interested in a career in the nursing field. It's our goal to offer aspiring nurses a rewarding career. In order to ensure patients' safety, you must meet some COVID-related impact conditions to qualify.
• Day or evening training sessions*
• Case management, resource connection, job placement assistance, and employment barrier removal are available
• $25/day, 5-day/week stipend
• Rolling enrollment and rolling training starts
• Verifiable placement opportunities at St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation and Nursing Center and Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital, as well as other area healthcare facilities

*Training is in partnership with IT Works. Day sessions take four weeks to complete; evening sessions take 6 – 10 weeks.

Services

  • Job Training
  • Education
  • Nursing
  • Career
  • Workforce Development

Contact

For general inquiries, please call or send a message.

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