Wednesday, March 29, noon-1 p.m.
Guest speakers include Corry Tyle and Hanna Miller, both with Sarasota Memorial Hospital, who will share details about entry-level jobs with starting wages in the $16-22 hour range.
(March 10, 2023) The Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is partnering with Sarasota Memorial Hospital (SMH) to offer a free online information seminar focused on career laddering opportunities at the hospital, Wednesday, March 29, noon-1 p.m. Representatives from SMH will share details about entry-level jobs with starting wages in the $16-22 an hour range. The session is part of WRC’s Career Connections program that links women to quality jobs and funded training programs. Participants can attend by phone or computer and will be able to ask questions via a chatbox. Those interested can register at www.mywrc.org/hospitaljobs or call (941) 256-9721 for more information.
According to Lori Gentile, director of client services at WRC, the positions available include patient registration representative, environmental aide or technician, sterile processing assistant, patient care technician, linen assistant, multi-skilled technician, patent safety attendant, patient transporter and more. “Participants will also learn about the many paths available to move up and gain additional training and credentials that lead to higher paying jobs,” says Gentile. Speakers include Corey Tyle, a human resources consultant for SMH’s main campus, and Hanna Miller, a human resources consultant for SMH’s Venice campus. SMH front-line worker, Lauren Pellicot, will speak about their work and be available for questions.
WRC offers robust career program initiatives, including free individual career coaching, resume preparation, interviewing skills, networking techniques, access to a local job list and more. To learn more about this Career Connections information session or other services available at WRC, please call 941-256-9721 or visit mywrc.org.
About the Women’s Resource Center:
For more than 40 years, the Women’s Resource Center has been dedicated to engaging, educating, enriching, and empowering women of all generations and socioeconomic levels. Today, WRC serves thousands of women and families in Manatee and Sarasota counties. Its vision is to provide unique strategies and programs that strengthen women through life’s transitions and provide balance, confidence, and determination, which meet their immediate needs and provide hope for the future. To learn more, visit www.MyWRC.org.