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In our commitment to engage our incumbent workforce by providing the support and tools needed to succeed in fulfilling their personal, professional, and educational potential; Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) is providing the following services:
This class is designed for employees who want to familiarize themselves with the basic functionality of the computer.
By the end of the program, employees will demonstrate proficiency in:
Interested in applying? Contact Stephanie Lashoto-Westfield, Workforce Development Specialist at 774-219-5147 or email@example.com.
BWH ESOL program focuses on Career Development tools to help employees communicate and interact with supervisors, patients, co-workers, and patients.
By the end of the program, employees will improve:
All classes are free and are held in the Longwood Medical area.
Interested employees can contact Stephanie Lashoto-Westfield, Workforce Development Specialist at 774-219-5147 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) offers its employees and their extended families the opportunity to take free U.S. Citizenship classes provided by Jewish Vocational Services.
JVS Citizenship Services Provides:
Next cycle for JVS Immigration Services:
Interested in applying? Email email@example.com.
The Online College Preparation Program (OCPP), run by Mass General Brigham Workforce Development, uses multimedia presentations and a simulated online classroom to help students to learn about and prepare for online college classes. In addition, course modules are designed to help students to prepare for and to succeed in college in both online and traditional classrooms. *The OCPP is offered throughout the year.*
The new version of this popular, free program was developed in collaboration with Rutgers University online learning experts.
Successful completion of the OCPP will allow you the opportunity to:
The general OCPP completion requirements include*:
Individuals successfully completing this program may be eligible to participate in a free (Mass General Brigham-sponsored) three credit Medical Terminology course offered in partnership with Quinsigamond Community College.
*Visit the OCPP page for more information and to register.
Contact Molly Murphy, Workforce Development Operations Coordinator, at (857) 282-6737 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mass General Brigham has partnered with Quinsigamond Community College to offer a 10-week course where you can earn 3 college credits. The course is free to qualifying employees with the exception of the cost of the book.
Upon successful completion of the Medical Terminology course, you will:
The Medical Terminology course includes:
Prerequisite: Complete the Online College Preparation Program (OCPP).
Visit the Online College Preparation Program page to read more the OCPP.
Space is limited! Twenty spots available.
For more information, contact Chris Kennedy at email@example.com.
Tuition Reduction Programs- College and University Discounts Mass General Brigham supports employees who want to advance their education. Tuition and fee reductions, provided by various colleges and universities, are available to employees, and in some cases, family members. Discounts and methods of proof of employment vary by academic institution. Please contact the individual school's admissions department for more information (identify yourself as a Mass General Brigham or affiliate employee). Many program webinars will be posted on the Mass General Brigham Pulse calendar of events.