The Community Health Worker (CHW) Apprenticeship Program is a 16-month, paid job training program that prepares former clients and women from the community for careers in community health. The program is highly successful: 92% of graduates find jobs as case managers, outreach workers, and health navigators within 30 days of graduating.
The CHW Program has been a part of the agency since HPP began in 1989, and it recently became an accredited apprenticeship program recognized on the state and federal levels. In fact, it’s the only CHW apprenticeship in California. Accreditation allows participants to receive a comprehensive on the job training experience, a rich curriculum, with college credit and an apprenticeship credential that expands the professional opportunities for its graduates.
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