Norton Healthcare is committed to developing and maintaining student education programs in Greater Louisville focused on developing a strong health care workforce. Programs and services are available for high school and college students to become involved with health care and explore career options.
Volunteer opportunities are available at all five Norton Healthcare hospitals — Norton Audubon Hospital, Norton Brownsboro Hospital, Norton Children’s Hospital, Norton Hospital, Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital.
Job shadowing provides high school and college students the opportunity to better understand different career opportunities within health care settings. Job shadowing opportunities are available for clinical and nonclinical job roles.
For more information, contact the Norton Healthcare Center for Professional Growth at email@example.com.
The Norton Scholars Program and other tuition assistance opportunities with Norton Healthcare offer assistance in pursuing a health care career.
If you have questions regarding tuition assistance or wish to apply for tuition assistance, you first must request career coaching. Instructions to request career coaching are below.
For more information about tuition assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internships are available to college students in a variety of clinical and nonclinical settings throughout the year. Visit our job search portal to find a college internship position that meets your career path.
Student Nurse Apprenticeship Program
Norton Healthcare’s Student Nurse Apprenticeship Program (SNAP) is a three-tied culture, clinical, confidence model of intentional investment in student nurses. SNAP is a paid apprenticeship providing elevated educational and clinical experiences.
Norton Healthcare-UPS Health Care Career Tracks
Discover a tuition-free pathway to an exciting health care career from two of the area’s largest employers and community supporters.
Respiratory Therapy Apprenticeship Program
Norton Healthcare’s Respiratory Therapy Apprenticeship Program is a tiered approach to practice experience and learning development in the field of respiratory care. This is a paid apprenticeship program that prepares students for a registered respiratory therapist role after graduation.
Apprenticeship and Training Programs
These programs are designed to fill educational requirements, deliver experiential training and prepare you for an exciting career in health care.