Welcome to EDCN 1.0: A New Career Resource for Diverse Healthcare Professionals!

Take a look around the Navigator. A good place to begin is the Navigating EDCN/FAQs page. As you explore, you’re sure to find navigating tips, inspiring insights from experienced travelers, and custom-designed tools to help you reach your career destination.

 

Our Goal: EDCN  Diverse Leaders Improved Equity of Care

EDCN is a collaborative project of six national healthcare organizations dedicated to advancing executive diversity.

Mentoring Minute with EDCN Leaders

Featured EDCN Resources

NAHSE Career Center

The center offers job seekers access to hundreds of job listings and enables their resume to be seen by employers in the industry that matter most. Employers have targeted access to minority healthcare professionals as well as easy job posting.

There are also additional benefits to having a NAHSE Career Center account. Users have access to career coaching, resume writing, reference checking, and the Career Learning Center.

“What’s Your Plan?” – Practical Info on How to Develop Your Career Plan

In the rapidly changing healthcare field, executives need to have a career plan more than ever before. Just as the healthcare environment is no longer predictable, the days of the linear, traditional career path are well behind us. If the field is changing dynamically and you’re not proactively managing your career, your career success and goal achievements will be at risk.

NALHE Mentorship Program for Latino Healthcare Executives

This structured mentoring programs offers two levels of support to Latinos who have both the interest and potential to advance to Executive Suite positions. One level is designed for early careerist and the second option matches Director-level and above with senior executive mentors.

See It. Hear It. Be It.

Seeing and hearing from accomplished individuals with whom you can identify provides tangible examples that motivate you to continue on your career journey.

We want your feedback!

Give us your comments, suggestions, or questions on the debut edition of EDCN.