We educate and prepare women to become knowledgeable, skilled, and compassionate healthcare career professionals and to practice as certified nursing assistants and pharmacy technicians. Our 15-week program provides a holistic approach to education and individualized instruction in a supportive community where women can become their best selves as they prepare for meaningful careers with opportunities for advancement.
Caroline Center offers a comprehensive education and career skills training program with exceptional teaching that is inspired by the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Our program’s proven results are evidenced in our many graduates – women who are confident, successful, highly qualified healthcare professionals, who are in demand by major area employers.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation has awarded Caroline Center a generous Employee Giving Program grant in the amount of $20K. The foundation’s Employee Giving Program, established in 2007, engages the entire staff in the process of philanthropy & grant-making. Program Director for Workforce Development Marci Hunn said that she recommended the grant “to recognize the great work of Caroline Center as well as Sr. Pat McLaughlin’s service as executive director & to honor the memory of Jackie Buedel, the center’s first Academic & Career Advancement Program director.”
Pictured below: Patricia McLaughlin, SSND & alumna Colene Mathews, CNA/GNA, PCT.