Healthcare Workforce Development

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Job Coaching

The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation has provided funding for Molloy University to combat current and potential healthcare labor shortages on Long Island.

Free job coaching services are available for groups and individuals. Our job coaches can meet with people virtually or in person to assist with interview skills, resume writing, strategies for finding jobs and more. Group presentations are also available and can be adapted for each audience.

For more information about job coaching contact:
Karen Johnson, or 516.323.3155
Josephine Saladin, or 516.323.3159

Scholarship Support

Molloy University is offering Healthcare Workforce Development Scholarships to help Long Island residents who want to work in the healthcare field but need financial support to enroll in a course or program.

Who is eligible for a Workforce Development Scholarship?

  • You live or work on Long Island.
  • You are interested in pursuing a course, certificate, or degree to start or advance your career in the healthcare field.
  • You will take the class(es) through Molloy University in 2023.
  • You can show proof that you qualify for assistance programs such as Medicaid, SNAP, work study, Pell or TAP grants, or free/reduced school lunch.

Examples of Molloy's Certificate Programs that could be covered by the scholarship:

  • CASAC Addiction Counseling
  • Certified Recovery Peer Advocate
  • Medical Assistant Certification
  • Medical Records and Medical Billing
  • Pharmacy Technician

To view the application and get more information, Please Click Here.

Support for Healthcare Organizations

Partnering with local healthcare systems, this healthcare workforce development initiative promotes education, job opportunity, job growth, and career satisfaction in health-related fields. Molloy provides mental health workshops for employees, promotes open job listings to prospective employees, and more.

Mother Cabrini Health Foundation Projects at Molloy

Learn more about the other projects being funded by the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation at Molloy.  Please find more information about the Community Care Mobile Clinic and Nonprofit Professional Development and Capacity Building from the School of Business.