The Career Care Plan program is a free certification program that the Rush Education and Career Hub be offering to 10 or more high school students and graduates this year. We will be partnering with the TTI Medical School and Westside United to provide students with free access to their Basic Nursing Assistant program.
This program will be 80% virtual over the next 15 weeks, starting April 26, 2021. Along with online instruction, the program will offer 20 hours of virtual clinical hours approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health and 25 hours of in-person clinical hours with Rush University Medical Center. Classes will be held on Tuesdays & Thursdays between 6pm-10pm (Strict Zero Absence Policy).
For those who are interested, please sign up by clicking here. There are also flyers with more information about the program and TTI requirements.
- TTI requires the completion of a high school diploma or GED equivalent in order to qualify for the CNA program.
- Candidates must also pass an entrance exam on basic English reading comprehension and math.
- Must be 18 by the time of testing in August 2021.