Opportunity in Health Care for New Americans: CNA Program

Opportunity in Health Care for New Americans: CNA Program

Opportunity in Health Care for New Americans: CNA Program

Only 9 scholarships available!

Classes: January 2016-July 2016
1-2 years of employment commitment
(part time may be an option based on employer needs)
Actively recruiting ELL students in Appleton and Oshkosh for training and work in the health care field.
Requirements for selected candidates to participate in the program:

 Have a high intermediate/advanced English level
 Demonstrate eligibility to work in the USA
 Have reliable transportation

Grant opportunity to fully fund students in Fox Valley Technical College courses:

 English Terminology for Healthcare course
 Nursing Assistant course (includes state certification costs)
 Total funding: $2,325/student (includes tuition and materials)

Julie Melnarik | 920-735-2443

Flyer download: New Americans CNA Spring 2016

Office Volunteer Needed

Office Volunteer Needed

Are you looking to gain experience working in an office setting? Do you enjoy helping people? Can you read and write Hmong fluently?

Hmong American Partnership is looking for volunteers to help support our office.  We are in need of individuals who can read and write Hmong/English fluently to assist community members who walk in daily for assistance.  Office duties may include helping to cover the front desk, answer incoming phone calls or making outgoing phone calls, and helping interpret documents to community members with limited English skills.  This would be an ideal volunteering experience for an individual looking to build his or her office administrative skills for future potential employers.  We are looking for part-time hours.  For more details, please call.

If you are interested in volunteering and help your community; please contact Bee Yang, Executive Director at Office:  920-739-3192 or Cell:  920-205-4541.  You may also submit your information to bee.yang @hapfv.org (no space between yang and @).

Let’s help create a better Hmong community.

Thank you.

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