Partners Workforce Development
|Jerry Jones, RT (R, CT) started in an MGH High School career exposure program; he later participated in the Partners Medical Imaging Scholarship program. He continues to advance within MGH, and is now a certified Radiologic and CT Tech.|
Partners Workforce Development, a collaboration between Human Resources and Community Health, is committed to ensuring a highly qualified and diverse pipeline of health care professionals, while providing economic oportunity within the communities we serve.
At Partners, Workforce Development efforts are focused on three main pipelines: youth, community residents, and incumbent workers. Our mission is to help individuals explore and pursue health care careers as well as to broaden their skills and continue to grow personally and professionally.
Resources such as academic advising, career coaching, online and on-site classes, training, financial assistance, and other initiatives have already helped hundreds of people to enter and succeed in health care careers throughout the Partners network. Find out how we can help you too!
Our services for employees include exploring health care careers, education planning, and support for career development.
If your employees come to you for advice about their career development, we have some resources to assist you, including tools and information on classes.
The goal of our youth programming is to support youth by engaging young people in science, exposing them to health careers and health professionals, supporting their school success, assisting them to prepare for and succeed in post-secondary education, and promoting healthy behaviors.
Learn more about specific health care careers, health care training requirements and employment opportunities, and the innovative Partners Allied Health Initiative.
Who at your institution can assist you with career development information and resources? We can help you find out. We also can direct you to a step-by-step career planning guide.
We provide a wealth of information about health care career education, such as how to get ready for higher education, financial aid and scholarships, pre-college programs, and web-based learning.
Meet some of the PCWD participants and read about their career development paths.
Each Partners affiliate offers Human Resources assistance and employee training.
We offer you links to external resources related to financial counseling, tax credit information, housing/food/fuel assistance, and more.
If you have questions about the services of PCWD, we have answers. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions.
Partners HealthCare Career and Workforce Development was formed in 1993 to help individuals attain family-sustaining jobs in health care, while meeting Partners urgent need for skilled health care professionals.
Partners Online College Prep Program
The Partners Online Preparation Program (OCPP) uses multimedia presentations and a simulated online classroom to help students to learn about and prepare for online college classes.
Free U.S. Citizenship Classes offered
Partners HealthCare offers a free five-week program to assist employees and their families or friends to attain U.S. citizenship.
PCWD Success Stories
Meet some of the Partners Career and Workforce Development (PCWD) participants, learn about their career development paths, and explore employee advancement initiatives across Partners.
Work at Partners
There are rewarding administrative, technology, research and clinical career opportunities available across the Partners HealthCare network.