The health care industry in New Hampshire requires a workforce with a wide range of skills and an industry sector that responds to its fast-paced needs. Today, the industry has approximately 3,500 active job postings, a critical shortage by many measurements. Projections indicate it will grow by 11% over the next two years. In order to continue New Hampshire’s tradition of quality care and innovation, it is critical to create new approaches to recruiting and training health care professionals.

Meet the health care sector champions

With wide-ranging experience in the health care industry in New Hampshire, these SPI sector champions are committed to uniting workforce training resources throughout the sector by supporting the health care sector advisor. With the help of these knowledgeable leaders, the advisor can identify common challenges, explore training options, and secure critical funding.

Sarah Currier


Director of Workforce Development
Dartmouth Hitchcock
Sarah Currier Bio

John Getts


President and CEO
Home Health and Hospice Care
John Getts Bio

Cathy Gray


President and CEO
Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities
Cathy Gray Bio

Lynda Goldthwaite


Registered Nurse, Licensed Nursing Home Administrator
Aurora Senior Living, Derry
Lynda Goldthwaite Bio

Let SPI help you fund your workforce training programs

If you and others in your industry have identified needs that your current training processes are unable to meet, or you need your existing team to learn a new skill, NH SPI is for you. Drawing from the many existing workforce training programs available through grants and other initiatives, the NH SPI team will match your needs with state and federal funding and training resources to create a flexible, consistent, solution.

The counties with the greatest number of health care jobs are Hillsborough, Rockingham, and Grafton counties, which together account for nearly 70% of the state’s health care jobs.

 

Connecting health care to funding

The team of health care and workforce development professionals at SPI understand the funding and resources available to fund training programs. They are your connection to finding the cost-effective combination that works for your company.

State and local health care funding and incentive sources

  • The Incumbent Worker Training Fund
  • NH Health Profession Opportunity Project (HPOP)
  • NH Job Training Fund
  • ApprenticeshipNH State Expansion Grants (awarded 10/21/2016)
  • MY TURN LNA Training Program (youth ages 16 to 24)
  • NH JAG LNA Training Program

Federal SPI funding and incentive sources

  • National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technical Education
  • NSF (for UNH K-12 teacher training)
  • WIOA Individual Training Account (ITA) Grants
  • WIOA On The Job Training (OJT) Grants
  • Office of Workforce Opportunity

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