Supplemental Health Care Sponsors Hope Builder’s 10 Days for Launching Careers

August 29, 2022

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, August 29, 2022: Supplemental Health Care (SHC) is proud to partner with Hope Builders as a Premier Sponsor for their 10 Days for Launching Careers. This fundraiser will support their students through mentored training programs in healthcare and other industries in need of skilled workers.

Hope Builders’ 10 Days for Launching Careers event will span from August 27 to September 5, 2022. This year, they’ve asked for “First Day of Work” stories to help their students while starting new careers. Executives and employees have shared their stories with Hope Builders, including Supplemental Health Care’s CEO and President, Greg Palmer, and VP of Marketing, Geoff Staub.

SHC has also supported Hope Builders through volunteer recruitment for mock interviews to prepare trainees for future employers screenings as well as pro-bono consulting for its social enterprise staffing agency, Hope Builders Career Connections (HBCC).

Supplemental Health Care believes in partnering with organizations that reflect their company pillars of a culture of caring, healthcare expertise, serving a broad continuum of care, as well as being high-tech and high-touch. SHC’s VP of Human Resources, Brett Johnson, stated, “We are proud to positively impact the young men and women of Hope Builders as they train and prepare to launch their careers. We believe in investing in the future workforce for healthcare.”

Hope Builders Student Story

Jacqueline is a Hope Builders student, currently getting certified as a behavioral technician. After going through some difficult situations, the program has helped her create a better future for herself and her children. Check out her story to learn more about what Hope Builders has done for Jacqueline and her career outlook.

About Hope Builders

Hope Builders empowers young adults with mentorship, life skills, and skills training that meet the needs of employers. Training and job placements for trainees include healthcare careers like medical assistants and behavioral technicians. Every year, they enroll over 200 young adults who are caught in this cycle of poverty and strive to help them achieve and maintain self-sufficiency.

About Supplemental Health Care

Supplemental Health Care is a leading healthcare staffing provider that connects caring nurses and healthcare professionals with opportunities to fulfill their calling: to better serve patients and students in hospitals, schools, home health, and other sites of care across the U.S. SHC supports philanthropic partnerships that improve community wellbeing and actively address issues of equality, diversity, and inclusion in healthcare and education to create a better future for all.