Adolescent Career Mentoring Initiatives

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Annual Report - Fiscal Year 2013 



Victoria Montero

School-To-Work is a program that offers health career awareness and learning experiences to high school students enrolled in the English as a second language program.

Program Mission

The School-To-Work Program was created to:

  • Improve graduation rates for English Acquisition Students of the Bethlehem Area School District
  • Lower absenteeism
  • Encourage students toward post-secondary education

Its intent is to engage at-risk students to remain in school by exposing them to health careers and offering support and guidance as they work to achieve fluency in English and obtain valuable career and life skills.

Health Career Exploration

Contact Information

Victoria Montero

Important Links

CareerLink - Lehigh Valley

United States
Department of Labor

The Health Career Exploration Program is a partnership between PA CareerLink Lehigh Valley and St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network that gives high school students hands-on experience in health care settings.

Program Mission

The Health Career Exploration Program was created to help teens from low-income households develop achievable career and educational goals. Through part-time jobs at St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network, teens have the opportunity to develop valuable career skills in a supportive environment that emphasizes a commitment to academics. Health care professionals serve as mentors, offering direction to students interested in exploring health careers.

Who is Eligible?

Youths entering their senior year of high school that meet the Private Industry Council's income requirements and who have an interest in pursuing opportunities in the healthcare work environment.