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Providence Health System Joins Forces with to Offer Teens Jobs and Career Development Information.

Huntington Beach, CA, July 11, 2003— Teens seeking jobs in hospital health services and teens interested in a future career with Providence Health System can get all the information they need on, a national online career center for employers and teens in the high school and college age groups. The service is free for teens.

“We have tailored the information to meet the needs of teenagers, “says Renee Ward, founder/executive director of “There are jobs available at Providence and health services workers at all levels of education and training are needed. In some cases, a four year degree is not required for high paying jobs.”

Providence Health System provides valuable information for teens including an interactive Q&A area.

Ward says, “High school graduates and junior college students can apply online for paid entry level jobs and if hired, may qualify for generous tuition assistance to pursue a career in a high paying specialty area such as radiation therapy, medical imaging, respiratory care and nursing. Teens, as young as 14, can qualify for meaningful volunteer opportunities that exist today. This is great experience for young teenagers who have aspirations of pursuing a medical or health services career.”

Providence Health System, serving communities in Alaska, Washington, Oregon and California, is a not-for-profit organization which includes an integrated health network of hospitals, health plans, clinics, long term care facilities, assisted living facilities, home care and hospice services, advanced medical research and education, and community outreach programs.

Even if you’re a teen who’s undecided about a career, you owe it to yourself to check out the opportunities that Providence Health System offers.