Are you passionate about helping others get access to the healthcare services they need? In only nine months, you can complete a community health worker certificate and gain insight and experience in helping diverse cultures navigate the healthcare system. You'll advocate for justice and bridge gaps between communities and the services they need.
Upon completion of the nine-month community health worker certificate from St. Kate's College for Adults, you'll be prepared to work with communities at the grassroots level, reduce health disparities and help underserved communities in:
In the community health worker certificate program you'll take coursework in these subject areas:
Courses in the College for Adults community health worker certificate program meet in a "hybrid" format, combining evening/weekend meetings on our St. Paul campus with online learning between sessions — perfect for busy adults. We are accepting applications—apply now!
At St. Catherine University, you will grow as a leader who engages with intention, acts with justice and serves with compassion. You will build personal relationships with faculty and students alike, while you become immersed in active and collaborative methods of learning to achieve your goals.
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The path to a baccalaureate degree at St. Kate’s begins with a core curriculum that emphasizes intellectual inquiry and social teaching; challenging students to transformational leadership.
Our faculty are active researchers, industry and academic award winners and influential members of professional organizations. Most of all, they’re passionate, caring teachers.
This unique program brings together resources, activities and personal support to help you achieve your goals.