State Senator Cordell Cleare, an invaluable champion of The New Jewish Home’s SkillSpring program, wrote a compelling op-ed about SkillSpring in City & State New York that was published earlier this month: To Confront the Senior Care Staffing Crisis, Invest in What Works.

SkillSpring is a proven workforce development solution that has propelled 1,100+ NYC high school students and young adults (ages 18–27) to pursue rewarding careers in healthcare at no cost. Click here to learn more.

Read the City & State New York article HERE.