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TNI is helping Trentonians gain access to the education and training needed for today’s economy, preparing and creating employment pipelines for residents to work at Capital Health, and supporting local businesses.

Here’s how TNI is helping residents today:

Scholarships at Mercer County Community College (MCCC)

TNI sponsors scholarships of up to $5,000 per year per student for a limited number of Trenton residents, including those who work at Capital Health, who attend short-term credentialing or Associate’s Degree programs in health-related fields at MCCC. This supplemental financial aid can be used for tuition, books, technology, program costs, transportation, and childcare. For more information, contact Stacie-Anne Hannawacker at 609.324.5633 or hannawas@mccc.edu, or visit the TNI scholarship website to learn more.

Capital Health’s EMT Academy

Capital Health’s EMT Academy is training future Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) to serve full time with Capital Health. The program is open to anyone who wants to pursue a new career or is just starting out. Visit the Capital Health website to learn more.

Pathways to Capital Health Careers

Capital Health is committed to hiring Trenton residents, supporting education and new career pipelines. Capital Health’s Human Resources Department is partnering with Mercer County Community College’s Health Care Careers Plus One program to introduce future healthcare workers to opportunities at Capital Health.

Small Business Support

In Spring 2023, we’ll be reaching out to local business owners in the TNI area to identify their needs. We’ll then help to meet those needs through educational programs and small grants for business owners.