Bay Area Health & Bioscience Careers Collaborative
(Bay Area HBCC)
The rapidly changing population and the competitive nature of health care and bioscience in California require frequent adjustment on behalf of employers, workers, and educators. The preparation of the workforce occurs at many educational institutions and programs, but there is little cooperation and coordination between those who prepare allied health and bioscience workers. There is also a wide array of allied health and bioscience career options in the Bay Area, but these are not known to most faculty or students in high schools, community colleges or universities.
The goal of the Bay Area HBCC is to improve the quantity and quality of the supply of allied health care workers in the San Francisco Bay Area. This website, events, technical assistance, and publications will increase knowledge of health career options among high school, community college, and university students and faculty. The activities of the Bay Area Health and Bioscience Careers Collaborative will improve the coordination between education preparation programs and with health care employers.
UCSF, California State University, Hayward, the Bay Area School-to-Career Action Network (BaySCAN), and the East Bay Health and Biosciences Careers Collaborative.
This project is funded by CSU Hayward, through grants from The California Endowment and the California HealthCare Foundation via the Center for the Health Professions, University of California, San Francisco.
Health & Bioscience Curriculum Conference
CSUH - Contra Costa Campus
July 18-19, 2002
Health Careers Summit
March 28, 2002
FutureCareers Expo ...
A Big Hit!
Bay Area Heath & Bioscience Education & Training Programs