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Recruiting Event Yields Results for MoHealthWINs Graduates

December 05, 2014

MoHealthWINS graduate recruiting event  
Graduates of St. Louis Community College’s MoHealthWINS program visit with prospective employers at a recruiting event conducted Dec. 4 at STLCC’s Corporate College.

Recruiters from employers seeking to fill medical therapeutic and health informatics positions in the St. Louis area networked with nearly 50 MoHealthWINs program graduates Dec. 4 at a recruiting event at St. Louis Community College's Corporate College in Bridgeton.

The MoHealthWINs program was designed to train Missourians for careers in growing health care occupations, while developing innovative solutions to current and future workforce needs.

"The graduates are encouraged with their job prospects," said Kevin Talbot, MoHealthWINs program manager. "Everyone who attended had a positive reaction, both the students and the employers."

Employer partners participating in today's event included All Loving Care CDS, LLC, At Home Care St. Louis, Applied Technology Services, Bethesda Health Group, Envision, LLC, FirstLight HomeCare, Integrity Home Care, Medical Employment Directory, Parkwood Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation, Senior Services Plus, SSM Health Care, Stivers Staffing Services, Trizetto Provider Solutions, and Washington University School of Medicine.

"Employers were very happy with the quality of the students," said Laurie Lombardo, a career pathway coach. "Several students had the opportunity to interview with the recruiters on the spot. Many filled out applications and provided resumes. And some have additional interviews scheduled during the next week."

Added Dianne Lee, MoHealthWINs program director: "We heard students continue to express their gratitude to the staff for the MoHealthWINs program, and appreciated their opportunity to participate. It was a success."