Frequently Asked Questions for Students and Job Seekers

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What does HPOP offer?
HPOP offers an opportunity for motivated, eligible, low-income adults to train for and find jobs in health care occupations in New Hampshire — specifically health jobs that are projected to be in high demand and pay well. HPOP uses an employer-driven model to identify gaps in skilled health care occupations, and to place trained, committed candidates in these jobs for long-term success and self-sufficiency. HPOP aims to build New Hampshire's health professions workforce by training TANF and other low-income individuals in high demand healthcare occupations. As well, motivated individuals already engaged in the healthcare field will be offered an opportunity to advance their skills and move up in their health career.

How can I apply for HPOP?
The first step is to attend an Orientation Session where you will be introduced to what HPOP has to offer and will learn about the eligibility criteria and application process. If you or someone you know could benefit from HPOP and are interested in learning more about pursuing a health career, please call Robin, HPOP Program Assistant, at 603-271-4826 to register for an upcoming HPOP Orientation Session!