Apprenticeships Answer Emerging Workforce Demands: Staten Island Performing Provider System

Workforce Capacities Case Study: Apprenticeships Answer Emerging Workforce Demands: Staten Island Performing Provider System

To meet the demand for health care workforce development and expansion, New York’s Staten Island Performing Provider System (SI PPS) partnered with the College of Staten Island and SEIU/1199 Training and Education Fund to sponsor an apprenticeship program and short- and long-term training strategies.

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