Enhance your students’ career readiness with hands-on training.
- Patient care assistant: Help with vitals and personal care; high-paced environment.
- Medical assistant: Manage vitals, prepare exam rooms, detail patient visits, learn about insurance referrals, and assist with various tests.
- Lab aide: Handle specimen receipt, equipment operation, and sample labeling; explore various Clinical Lab sections.
- Facilities: Support in carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and introductory HVAC tasks alongside zone technicians.
- Culinary: Aid in meal preparation and menu design, and learn essential culinary tasks.
- Radiology: Prepare rooms, escort patients, and gain exposure to departments like sonography, CT, and MRI.
Establish a school partnership.
St. Luke’s and your school will establish a formal relationship, mutually agreeing on the number and type of students accepted into the program. Schools should only select students who are highly recommended and have had the COVID-19 vaccine.
Start the pre-employment process.
- Identify what role fits them best
- Complete a criminal background check
- Undergo pre-employment physical assessments
- Fill out necessary onboarding paperwork
Note: Candidates under 18 will need a work permit.
Complete your training.
- 5-6 business days
- 4 hours dedicated each day
- Meet with an assigned department manager to learn about departmental and hospital protocols
- Attend quarterly educational sessions to evaluate the experience and plan potential post-graduation steps
Find the right opportunity for your students.
Understand the program schedule.
- Work days: 4-5 days a week (Monday through Friday).
- Shift start: Released from technical school (during the academic school day) to begin working.
- Shift duration: Students under 18 will work 4-hour shifts, while those over 18 may work extended hours as mutually agreed upon.
Set your students up for success.
- Apply classroom skills in a real-world setting.
- Explore diverse opportunities in the healthcare sector.
- Witness new skills, procedures, and tests not covered in school.
- Provide support for our staff.
- Develop professional soft skills.
- Learn about the benefits offered by St. Luke’s.