We are delighted to bring you the fifth episode of The Business and Industry Podcast! Featuring our student Intern, Jenni Silfies, this podcast includes fascinating conversations with Lehigh Valley business owners and executives.
We are pleased to feature Frank Ford, President of St. Luke’s Sacred Heart, in our most recent episode. St. Luke’s is a top medical institution in downtown Allentown with Sacred Heart campuses in Allentown, Bethlehem, and beyond the Lehigh Valley.
In the episode, President Ford explains the importance of St. Luke’s Sacred Heart being a teaching hospital and what that means for aspiring medical professionals. There are various opportunities to advance your career and gain skills in departments such as the emergency room, human services, and more!
St. Luke’s Sacred Heart, in partnership with Workforce Board Lehigh Valley, has created three career pathways to help people find meaningful employment and develop their skills. These pathways provide you with the information and support you need to find and maintain employment, develop applicable skills, and build knowledge in the industry. President Ford explains how you can start at an entry-level position and build your career into whatever you want it to be by choosing a career pathway.
This podcast is a must-listen for any aspiring healthcare professional or high school student looking for inspiration on their career path. So, grab your headphones, find a comfortable spot, and prepare to be inspired. Discover the skills and qualities required to thrive in a leadership role, gain insights into the world of healthcare, and explore the diverse career opportunities available in the Lehigh Valley.
To access the full podcast episode with President Frank Ford, head over to your preferred podcast streaming platform or visit our YouTube channel. Subscribe, follow, and share the podcast with friends, colleagues, and anyone seeking career guidance on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and more. Together, let’s empower ourselves and others to make informed decisions about our professional paths.