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Putting the Next Generation of Healthcare Leaders on the Path to Post-Secondary Education

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PHI’s Faces for Future Program supports under-served high schoolers academically and socially, and prepares them for medical careers.

In 2019, FACES students in Denver completed Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) coursework—preparing them to take the CNA exam by the end of the school year to receive their certifications, giving them access to entry-level positions right out of high school, stabilizing their incomes, and launching their health career paths. 100% of the 866 FACES students across the U.S. graduated from high school on time, and 99% of them are continuing on to post-secondary education. Learn more.

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Bringing down barriers to vaccine access

Structural and systemic barriers mean that the people who are hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic—including Black and brown people, immigrants and essential workers—can face the biggest barriers to accessing vaccines. Build skills for boosting vaccine access, with resources, toolkits, training materials and more.

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