When a Jewish woman is looking for a career, her choices are often limited – there’s the classic accounting and physical therapist, but these careers are not for everyone, and the degree programs themselves can be long and demanding – especially if you are balancing education with raising a family.
The Center for Allied Health Education (CAHE) offers certificate programs in healthcare for women looking to enter the medical field and leave 2 years later with an official certification in their field of choice. These certificate programs include Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiography, Medical Assistant and more.
The programs are tailored for the needs of a busy frum woman, being shorter and organized around the Jewish calendar year.
The Center had earned national acclaim for training graduates in a practical, hands-on approach since 2007. Their programs combine the necessary classroom instruction with real-world clinical rotations in laboratories, hospitals, and healthcare facilities. Located in their state-of-the-art, 20,000 square-foot facility in the heart of Brooklyn, the school is a natural choice for a frum woman looking to get a high quality education in the field of healthcare.
Upon graduation, the Center for Allied Health Education will work with the graduate to help them find employment in their field of study or a related field.
Careers in healthcare can be gratifying, lucrative, and are in high demand. The Center for Allied Health Education can help you enter this career path more quickly than a conventional degree, ensuring you can maintain the balance of both parnassah and building a Jewish home.
Find out more at our open house tomorrow~ Wednesday, April 10th at 6:30pm
RSVP today on our website https://www.cahe.edu/springopenhouse or call 718-645-3500