Our goal is to connect educators to regional resources, partnerships and best practices.
The Health Collaborative partners with educators across all grade levels and pathways – including high schools, career technical schools, colleges, universities, job training providers, and more.
Learn about our 12-month healthcare careers exploration programs, TAP MD and TAP HC, designed specifically for high school students.
Participate in our annual career expo event open to all high school students.
Junior Achievement of OKI Partners’ Inspire
This annual multi-sector event includes many hands-on activities for high school students to explore and experience the world of work.
Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative
Connect to the GCSC’s list of established and emerging STEM programs, including a full calendar of Summer of STEM activities.
Pre-Apprenticeships and Apprenticeships
Explore current regional pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship opportunities.
Join our regional collaborative work-based learning and student recruitment efforts.
MyCareer E3 Platform
Enroll your NKY students in this new platform designed specifically to connect them to regional Work-Based Learning opportunities.
Clinical Placement Support
Join our network to access clinical placement opportunities for your healthcare career students.
Visit the Student’s Resource Guide for regional opportunities, internships, programs, and more to help students explore a future in healthcare.
Classroom Resources – Virtual Content Library
Access our Virtual Content Library of exciting speakers, presentations and podcasts on health careers designed to help your students get a deeper look right from the perspective of people within those jobs.
Classroom Resources – Tech Prep’s SuccessBound Stories
Check out this series of virtual programs that combine hands-on technology with regional employer and post-secondary expertise.
Classroom Resources – Events to Watch as a Class
SuccessBound: Early College Credit – Healthcare is a virtual event where students can join their classmates and teachers to learn about why an early college program might be a great fit AND to start exploring multiple careers now.