Change lives for the better. Including your own.

Michigan hospital employees make an average of $65,000 per year – higher than the state average of $48,000. Still, hospitals across Michigan have gotten creative to offer competitive modern workplaces for employees, including increased bonuses and benefits, on-site daycare, tuition support, wheels-to-work programs and more.

Once you join a community hospital team, you’ve joined an employer with multiple career pathways and room for growth. With jobs available to everyone in the community and training programs that can be taken in just a few short weeks, the opportunities to advance in your career at a local hospital are endless.

Student Education Resources

FAFSA – Student financial aid support from the federal government

Futures for Frontliners – Free tuition support for essential workers and first responders

Michigan Achievement Scholarship – Financial support for Michigan postsecondary education

Michigan HOSA – Opportunities for middle, high school and postsecondary future healthcare professionals

Michigan Nurses Foundation – Scholarships for future nursing professionals

MI Student Aid – Database of Michigan place-based scholarships

Vitals – A health education and careers activity book for kids from the Next Generation Health Careers Academy and the Michigan Health Council

Working Professional Resources

Going Pro – Michigan training and job opportunities for professional trades, including healthcare

Michigan Reconnect – Free tuition support at in-district community colleges to earn an associate degree or Pell-eligible skill certificate for those 25 and older

Pure Michigan Talent Connect – Michigan launchpad for new jobs, careers and talent

Skills to Work – Resources for navigating new careers, attaining new skills or advancing your degree

Pure Michigan Healthcare Job Portal – Michigan talent portal for healthcare jobs across the state.

Indeed Healthcare Jobs – Job search portal for Michigan-specific open healthcare positions.