Winona Adult Literacy, a Winona Area Public Schools Community Education program, is offering free classes to qualifying individuals to help interested students explore various health care careers: certified nursing assistant (CNA), health unit coordinator, massage therapist, phlebologist, physical therapist, emergency medical technician (EMT), etc.
Besides researching and exploring various health care careers, students will learn and practice the basic reading, writing, math, and digital literacy skills expected in post-secondary instruction and employment in the health care field; receive assistance applying for jobs and/or college programs explored in the class; and have a chance to speak directly with health care employers and post-secondary representatives.
Health Career Foundations classes will be held from May 13 to June 14, on Mondays to Thursdays from 1-4 p.m. at Minnesota State College (MSC) Southeast, 1250 Homer Road, in room 313.
Call 507-494-0900 with questions or attend an information session to find out if this class is for you. Information sessions will be at MSC Southeast in room 313 on April 30 from 6-7 p.m. and May 1 from 12-1 p.m.
This class is a collaboration between Winona Adult Literacy, Winona Workforce Center, and MSC Southeast. All classes are subject to change and/or cancel based on minimum student enrollment.