Our department of Diversity and Inclusion looks to attract top talent to Banner Health via our student and veteran programs. The goal of these programs is to provide opportunities for learning and development and promote future leaders in health care.
The Banner Health Business Internship Program is a paid, 10-week program that provides foundational skills for our future workforce. The Banner Health Business Internship offers valuable insight and professional level work experience in the healthcare industry. Internships are offered at non-clinical corporate or facility-based locations throughout the Banner system. Each Business Intern is assigned a department where they report to a direct leader that will help to guide them throughout their internship.
Recruitment for the Business Internship opens spring of 2022 and the program will run June – August of 2022. For more information contact BHBusinessInternProgram@bannerhealth.com
The Banner Health Administrative Fellowship is a paid, 12-month program that provides foundational skills for future leaders consisting of department rotations, project management, one-on-one mentoring and attendance at various facility and health system meetings and events. Rooted in diversity and inclusion, each Administrative Fellow is assigned a preceptor from the executive team for the duration of the program. Participants are exposed to various aspects of academic medicine, community delivery and the functions of one of the largest integrated healthcare delivery systems.
Recruitment for the Admin Fellowship opens August 2021 and the program will begin fall of 2021. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Banner Health Veteran Fellowship is a program in partnership with the Arizona Coalition for Military Families and the Departments of Defense SkillBridge program. The Fellowship provides hands-on experience and professional training to active duty military members who are within six months of separation from the military. The goal of the program is to facilitate the participants transition from military service to a purposeful civilian career.
Military members interested in the program should connect with their Unit Commander for program information.
Project SEARCH provides real-life work experience combined with training in employability and independent-living skills to help young people with significant disabilities make successful transitions to a productive adult life. The Project SEARCH model involves an extensive period of skills training and career exploration, innovative adaptations, long-term job coaching, and continuous feedback from teachers, skills trainers, and employers. Banner Health’s partnership with Project SEARCH involves facilitating the on-site training program for up to twelve months with the goal of placing the interns in nontraditional, complex and rewarding jobs at our facility.
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