Workforce Development

Our Career-Connected Approach

St. Elizabeth is committed to supporting you in your search for a career that fuels your passion. Whether you are seeking your first career or looking to reroute your current career path, our "career-connected" approach can help you along your journey. We want to meet you where you are on your unique journey and connect you to the resources needed to become a healthcare professional.

If you discover a healthcare career may be the right fit for you, we provide dedicated programs and employment initiatives to help guide your decisions. We have several Work-Based Learning (WBL) opportunities for career exploration and development programs ranging from pre-K through post-high school and beyond.

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Where Are You In Your Journey?

Start with the question that best represents where you are in your search for a healthcare career and follow the links to helpful resources.

How do I discover all my career options, including healthcare?

Gain awareness of all 16 career clusters, including health sciences.

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Is healthcare right for me? Where can I research health careers?

Explore your abilities and interests to find possible matching careers.
Explore your matching careers through online research.

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What do healthcare professionals do in their day-to-day roles?

Preview and practice what actual health professionals do through St. Elizabeth Health Career Education programs.

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Does St. Elizabeth offer training?

Train through an eligible St. Elizabeth class or residency, or through your school's recognized affiliation with St. Elizabeth.

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Can I work at St. Elizabeth Healthcare?

You can work at St. Elizabeth while deciding on your career path, while in school or training and after becoming a qualified healthcare professional.

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Additional Resources

Kentucky Department of Education

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Indiana Department of Education

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Day in the Life videos (created by the Randolph Initiative)

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