A Healthier Wisconsin

Education & Workforce Development Pathway

Transforming the landscape of the health research, health care, and community and public health workforce by supporting efforts that develop and grow a workforce that is poised to meet the diverse and evolving needs of Wisconsin residents now and for generations to come.

Funded Project Profiles

See how AHW-funded education and workforce development projects are making an impact across Wisconsin


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Growing Our Own: Creating a Pathway into Medicine for Rural & Hmong Students

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Closing the Gap: Improving Access to Care, Training the Next Generation of Practitioners

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Integration of Community Health Workers into Public Health Initiatives

Increasing training and deployment of CHWs in Wisconsin

The Medical Assistant Accelerated Pathway to Employment Training Project

Developing a pipeline for medical assistants and improving access to health care careers in the greater Milwaukee region

Health Career Path2Practice Certificate

Developing a comprehensive careers exploratory course for higher education institutions across Wisconsin

Doctorate in Public Health Program

Developing a doctorate in public health program at MCW to advance mid-career professionals to become transformational leaders in public, population, or community health

MCW Pharmacy School Design & Development

Addressing health workforce needs by developing a School of Pharmacy at the Medical College of Wisconsin

Building Precision Medicine Capacity for Innovative Patient Care

Developing a new precision medicine education program at MCW to help this apporach into routine clinical care at MCW, Wisconsin, and the US

See more funded projects on our funded project database.

Contact US

For further information about this funding pathway, contact Tracy Wilson at trwilson@mcw.edu.

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