Bayfront Health St. Petersburg has announced a new education partnership that will support team members. Orlando Health, parent organization of Bayfront Health St. Petersburg, has expanded its Preferred Education Program to now include St. Petersburg College. Through this program, Bayfront team members will be able to pursue an associate degree, bachelor’s degree, or certificate at St. Petersburg College for free. The Preferred Education Program is available to employees, both part-time and full-time, system-wide, and is administered by Bright Horizons Ed Assist Solutions.
“Our team members are our number one priority, and we are excited to partner with St. Petersburg College to offer them access to high-quality higher education,” said John Moore, president of Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. “We all know how much our team members do to provide care for our community. This partnership is just one small way for us to show how much we care for our team members and their future.”
source: SPID Nov/Dec Newsletter
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