We're thrilled to grow our partnership with myCNAjobs and extend this opportunity to April and to other community members throughout the year,
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 25, 2016
myCNAjobs announces Quality CNA/CMA Classes to award quarterly scholarships to send local Omaha residents to school to obtain a CNA or CMA license via the myCNAjobs CNA Scholarship Fund. The first scholarship recipient, April S., will start CNA classes later this month.
April applied for the scholarship to gain experience in the healthcare industry and build a foundation to further a career in the medical field. She believes with the shortage of CNA professionals her contributions will make a significant impact quickly.
"Our local community needs more caregivers like April to fill critical roles to care for our aging population here in Omaha," comments Chad Seim, Program Director of Quality CNA/CMA Classes. "We're thrilled to grow our partnership with myCNAjobs and extend this opportunity to April and to other community members throughout the year," adds Seim.
Quality CNA/CMA Classes is owned and operated by Rick & Denise Magill, who also own the Comfort Keepers offices in Omaha, NE and Council Bluffs, IA, a leading franchise in the in-home care market for seniors and other adults needing care which allows clients the opportunity to age in place. Quality CNA/CMA Classes opened in 2011 and offers ongoing enrollment throughout the year.
April will have the opportunity to interview for CNA positions within Comfort Keepers prior to graduation enabling her the opportunity to be employed immediately upon graduation.
To learn more or apply for a scholarship, visit https://www.mycnajobs.com/scholarship/.
myCNAjobs is innovating the way healthcare companies hire and caregivers find work. Home care agencies, nursing homes, and assisted living communities recruit qualified aides efficiently through a suite of digital and career fair tools. Caregivers, CNAs, and Home Health Aides easily connect with local jobs, career fairs, scholarships, and resources to build a schedule to fit their needs with a tech-powered platform.