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Fill out the form below with a brief description of your workforce needs and we will follow-up to connect you to the right people and resources. Take advantage of this no-cost help just like St. Mary’s Health System:

"At St Mary's Health System, a member of Covenant Health, located in Lewiston, our longstanding partnership with the Maine Department of Labor has enabled us to access grants and creative training resources to help many people start a career in healthcare as well as provide advancement opportunities for our current workforce," said Nicole Morin-Scribner, SHRM-SCP, Director Human Resources and Learning, St. Mary's Health System.

"Specific examples include the development of a customized CNA Ready to Work program, the creation of an advanced CNA Eldercare Specialist program, training for all of our Medical Assistants so they may achieve national certification and a fast tracked program for our nurses pursuing a Bachelor’s or Master's degree," added Lori McRae, PHR, SHRM-CP, Systems Manager of Talent Acquisition for Covenant Health. "Maine Department of Labor services have enabled us to jointly invest in individuals that want to be part of the health care industry and who want to work for a local mission driven organization, committed to employee growth."

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