Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership (ACHPP)

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The Alameda County Health Pipeline Partnership (ACHPP) is a consortium of pathway programs and organizations that aim to increase the diversity of the healthcare workforce by providing mentorship, academic enrichment, leadership development, and career exposure to disadvantaged and minority youth. The Alameda County Health Care Services Agency has served as the facilitator of the consortium since 2007. Members comprise fifteen different organizations that provide short-term and long-term opportunities to youth in middle school through college and graduate students from underserved communities throughout Alameda County.  Click here to see a map of all our steering programs within the county.

Services and Support offered by these organizations include:

  • One-on-one mentoring
  • Academic tutoring
  • Internship (summer to year-long)
  • College and career counseling
  • Networking
  • Support services (e.g. - money management, resume writing, job placement, etc..)

Mission: To provide an ethnically diverse group of Alameda County youth with a supportive network of academic, social, and professional development to build a successful career in all areas of the health industry.

Vision: To have a healthy workforce that reflects the rich ethnic and cultural diversity of our community.

ACHPP Participates in:

Alliance for Boys and Men of Color - Health Workforce Workgroup

Aspen Institute Opportunity Youth Initiative: Steering Committee

East Oakland Building Healthy Communities Health Access Work Group

East Oakland Building Healthy Communities Economic Opportunities Work Group

 

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