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700 E. Kearsley Street
Flint, MI  48503
(810) 235-6844

Eligibility and program details

  1. Must be a high school senior who is 18 years of age and attends school in Genesee County.
  2. Must be in good standing with your school.
  3. Must be able to pass a background check and drug screen.
  4. Must have reliable transportation so that you can get to class and the internship site.

Program details:

  • 12 week Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)/Career Readiness Course at Mott Community College
    1. Class will be Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday from 3:30-7:30pm
      1. Days may change due to holidays
    2. Students will receive training to be a CNA, as well as training in skills needed to be productive in the workforce
    3. Students will get exposure to various careers that they could pursue in aging services
  • 10 week internship (with stipend) at an aging services provider
    1. A preceptor will be provided to help train the student one on one
    2. Students will have access to learn about all areas of aging services that the provider has within their facility
    3. The internship will be 10 hours per week for the 10 week period
    4. Schedule will be worked out between student and site
    5. Students will be evaluated by their preceptor at the 5th and 10th weeks of the internship
    6. Students who maintain their eligibility and receive favorable evaluations from their preceptor will be eligible for a stipend during the internship phase
  • Students will have the option of taking the CNA State Exam either upon completion of the class or upon completion of the internship
    1. Students will need to have taken the exam no later than 4 weeks after completing the internship
  • Tuition reimbursement up to $4,000 will be available for students who:
    1. Successfully complete the CNA class
    2. Successfully complete internship
    3. Successfully pass the CNA State Exam
    4. Are in good standing with the Aging Services Workforce Development Program
    5. Enrolled in courses that are applicable toward the aging services field that will lead to an AAS, BA or BS degree in that field
    6. Students must maintain each of these requirements while they are pursuing their degree in order to receive the tuition reimbursement