Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc. (CMP) provides vocational training, employment services, educational programs and economic development opportunities to disadvantaged immigrants and refugees throughout New York City. With assistance from both private and public funding sources, CMP helps individuals take full advantage of all opportunities to succeed in their new environment.
With an increasing demand for nurse aides in hospitals, nursing homes, and the private sector, Chinatown Manpower Project is expanding the Nurse Aide Training Program, which has been approved by the Bureau of Proprietary Supervision, New York State Education Department.
The course lasts 3 months and includes class instruction, lab training, vocational English skill training, clinical internships, and the New York State Certification Exam. Increase employability in the health care sector. CMP also offers job placement assistance.
- Basic nursing and personal care skills
- Safety and emergency care procedures
- Clinical skills
- Interview skills and resume writing
- Medical English
Free for refugees and asylees, $2,500 for others. CMP accepts ITG/ITA vouchers and many students qualify for free or discounted courses.
New classes start on June 3 and July 7. For inquiry and registration, please call 212-571-1690.
Chinatown Manpower Project is at 70 Mulberry Street, New York, NY 10013.
For more information on education and employment, please visit Job Search Central at 188 Madison Avenue and 34th Street.