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Adolescent Career Mentoring Programs at St. Luke’s
Community Health Department, St. Luke’s Hospital& Health Network, 801 Ostrum Street, Bethlehem, PA 18015.
Lead Partners Include: Bethlehem Area School District, Lehigh Valley Workforce Investment, Board, Inc. CareerLink Lehigh Valley, and St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network.
A program that offers health career awaerness & learning experiences to high school students enrolled in the English as a Second Language program.
Requirements: Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA (a C average) in Hospital English and Hospital Science classes, as well as a 90% rate of attendance. Students are expected to adhere to all program rules. They are required to record daily experiences in a personal Hospital journal. Students are issued a uniform and name badge that they must wear for all program-related visits to St. Luke’s.
A partnership between the Lehigh Valley Workforce Investment Board, Inc. PA CareerLink Lehigh Valley and St. Luke’s Hospital a& Health Network that helps recent high school graduates transition into health-related careers.
Eligibility: high school graduates ages 18-21 who meet income criteria as set forth by the Lehigh Valley’s WiB.

For more information call: 484-526-2100 or visit www.slhn.org
High School Student Programs
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Experience health care careers through our exploration programs or by volunteering.
To read more: visit the website.
Shadowing/Observation Opportunities for Students
Lehigh Valley Health Network
The educational opportunities offered by LVHN’s Division of Education for high school students (students under 18).
To read more: visit the website.

Futuros Empresarios”/Future Entrepreneurs (FE) Program:  Seeking 10th and 11th grade Latino students interested in a 5 week summer comprehensive life skills and entrepreneurial training program that includes a paid internship. This program is available at no cost to participating students. Interning in high school is a fantastic way to obtain real world experience before heading off to college. Many high school students use internships as a strategy in deciding their college major, bolstering their college applications and gaining experience to better prepare in landing that college internship. 

For more information: 2020 brochure                                                         


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