Welcome to New Hampshire Health Careers

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The New Hampshire Health Professions Opportunity Project (HPOP) offers an opportunity for motivated, eligible, low-income adults to train for and find jobs in health care and human services occupations in New Hampshire — specifically jobs that are projected to be in high demand and pay well. HPOP uses an employer-driven model to identify gaps in skilled health and human service occupations, and to place trained, committed candidates in these jobs for long-term success and self-sufficiency. More About HPOP

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Students and Job Seekers

Learn about your options for a career in health or human services, training and education requirements, job openings, and more.

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Educators and Trainers

Find tools, best practices, diversity self-assessments, and more for educators and trainers of HPOP students.

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Businesses and Employers

Learn about recruiting HPOP graduates, best practices in diversifying your workforce, outreach, retention, and more.

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Career Coaches and Advisors

Learn about connecting students to training, employment, career pathways, and other tools.

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Parents and Families

Resources for parents and families. Information and resources about career development for parents of teenagers and young adults, foster parents, and young adults in After Care.

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Community

Community resources. Learn how community-based organizations can support career development, education, training, diversity in New Hampshire and get more involved in HPOP.

The Health Profession Opportunity Project (HPOP) is a program of the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health & Refugee Affairs. The project described in this document is supported by Grant 90FX0003 from the administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of HHS.