Leaders of our local healthcare organizations, colleges and universities, working together to promote an educated workforce.
Adult Career Seekers
Group Career Exploration
Individual Job Shadow
The Greater Green Bay Healthcare Alliance will host the third annual
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
in Green Bay, WI from
3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
From 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. will be an employer HR panel. Panelists will discuss important topics applicants need to know to help secure employment. This event is open to current college/university students enrolled in a healthcare program, in addition to recent graduates. High school and Red Cross students who have taken or are taking the CNA or LPN course are also encouraged to attend.
Employers interested in participating in the Employment Expo, please complete the attached
registration information is forthcoming and will be conducted through regional colleges/universities. High school and Red Cross students who have taken or are taking the CNA or LPN course will be able to register through this website, www.ggbha.org, beginning March 4, 2016. Please contact Ann Franz at
if you have questions.
High school students and young adults, ages 14 to 21 years, interested in registering for one of the upcoming
group career exploration opportunities
, hover over the "
" tab, Then click "
" from the drop-down menu.
Greater Green Bay Healthcare Alliance
(GGBHA) is a collaboration of healthcare, education, and community organizations. We are committed to a growing and diverse healthcare workforce by:
Communicating and sharing information.
Identifying potential solutions for needs.
Supporting new and expanding educational opportunities.
Keeping healthcare careers and career ladders front and center.
Fostering a wide scope/spectrum of healthcare careers.
Diversifying of students to match a great diversity of patients.
Controlling costs of administering our workforce programs.
Identifying opportunities for efficiencies.
Coming together to work on common healthcare workforce issues.
For more information, contact Ann Franz, alliance director, at