Earn While You Learn CNA Program

Earn while you learntwo women in hospital scrubs with the Providence Kodiak Iskand Medical Center logo

Join our team as part of our Certified Nurse Aide training program.

Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center is offering a Certified Nurse Aide training program in partnership with Kodiak College. Accepted applicants will receive reimbursement for tuition, books, application for licensure, etc. Upon successful completion of the program, competency testing, and State CNA exam, you will have the opportunity to work as a CNA in Kodiak.

What does a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) do?

CNA’s provide patients with direct everyday care and are the eyes and ears for clinical staff. They play

the essential role of helping make sure patients and their healthcare team’s needs are met. A career as a CNA is a rewarding and valuable path and can serve as a stepping stone into a health services career path.

Our paid training program

The CNA training program is a comprehensive 16 week, 140 hours certified curriculum provided through the Kodiak College. With classroom, lab, and hands-on clinical components, you will gain the skills you need to become a CNA. Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center’s Earn to Learn program is made possible with a grant from the Alaska Hospital & Healthcare Association.

To begin the application process, complete the CAN course application through Kodiak College by November 28, 2022. Applicants selected for Kodiak College’s CNA course will be provided instructions on how to apply for the paid position through Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center.

Classes start January 17, 2023.