UPMC/CNX MOVES Initiative Adds Healthcare-Focused Employment Opportunities for CNX Mentorship Academy Students
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – December 22, 2022 – The CNX Foundation today announced a collaboration with UPMC to expand career opportunities for CNX Mentorship Academy students into the healthcare sector. This program, UPMC/CNX MOVES (Motivation, Opportunity, Value, Experience, Success), is launched with UPMC Orthopedic Surgery and UPMC Hillman Cancer Center.
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UPMC/CNX MOVES assists students with currently available entry-level positions in the healthcare sector. Exposure to these positions gives students the opportunity to better define the career paths available in oncology and orthopedics, such as radiological technologists, patient transport and navigators, medical and nursing assistants, and other entry-level jobs. You can get
“We are very pleased to be working with CNX on the MOVES initiative,” said Makarth V. Hogan, UPMC’s Chief of Orthopedic Surgery, Professor David Silver, and Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. “We are thrilled to be able to provide valuable mentoring and career development opportunities through his UPMC Orthopedic Surgery and his UPMC Hillman Cancer Center that prepare students for successful careers in a variety of areas of healthcare. looking forward to it.”
As a signature initiative of the CNX Foundation, Mentorship Academy targets the career development of underserved rural and urban high school seniors in western Pennsylvania who do not intend to pursue a college degree immediately . Now in its second year, the program is attracting a wider talent pool with different focus areas. The first of her Mentorship Academy classes officially graduated in May of this year, with six outstanding graduates taking full-time positions at his CNX Resources.
Stanley M. Marks, MD, President of UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, said: “Having partners who train young adults with an interest in health care can go a long way in filling these positions.”
CNX President and CEO Nick DeIuliis said: “When we created the CNX Foundation, we wanted to target investments in tangible, impactful, local communities.
The Mentorship Academy is the embodiment of this vision and it is very exciting that this partnership will open up new career paths for our students, especially in the healthcare field. ”
Initial funding for this program will come from a $1 million donation to the CNX Foundation. The funding will come through Mr. DeIuliis’ reduction in his 2023 compensation. The donation, which is intended to further strengthen the Mentorship Academy program, follows his 2022 pay cut of the same amount that launched the Mentorship Academy program.
This program creates a clear path for Mentorship Academy students to pursue careers at UPMC and throughout the medical field. This will create immediate career opportunities for young adults just finishing high school and secondary education. The program aligns Mentorship Academy students with the investments UPMC has made to strengthen its workforce, enable career development, and support its community.
To learn more about the Mentorship Academy and to apply to enroll in the program, please visit CNX.com/Mentorship-Academy..
About the CNX Foundation
The CNX Foundation is a 501c(3) registered charity that targets urban and rural communities within the Appalachian Basin facing socioeconomic challenges in specific and impactful areas. I am investing. Over six years, he’s invested $30 million in CNX Foundation to set a new standard for how businesses engage with their communities, focusing on underserved people. Additional information, including funding criteria and grant application details, is available at cnx.com/foundation.
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