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Make a Difference in Your Community

Wichita is home to the largest hospitals and clinics in the state, with numerous smaller entities such as senior living facilities and home health organizations. Many local health care organizations are looking for people with nursing certifications, including CNAs, home health care aides, LPNs and RNs. Or, you can look into allied health positions, such as dental hygiene and physical therapy. If health care is your calling, take advantage of funds to pay for your school – find a list of local programs here.

Get trained. Get paid. Contact the Wichita Workforce Center now to get started. Call 316-771-6800 or chat by clicking the icon at the bottom of your screen. 

I chose this path because I have a passion for helping others in the community. It's something I've always wanted to do, and now it's possible. –Shelby Dixon, current WSU Tech nursing student

Real Story: Tracy Taylor

Tracy was laid off this year. Now, she's taking advantage of TAA funds to pay for her to go to school at WSU Tech to become a nurse. Click here to listen to her story.


The “Get Trained. Get Paid.” campaign was developed to keep and support the Wichita region’s world-class workforce. This initiative connects local training and job opportunities to those who were affected by layoffs. Community partners collaborating on this campaign include the City of WichitaGreater Wichita PartnershipSedgwick County and Workforce Alliance.

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