Join us for a week of career events for Falk College students to explore their interests and make connections with employers and alumni that can help find internships, jobs, or grad school programs.
Employer Panel and Networking with Hello Health:
A collaborative employer panel between the College of Arts and Sciences, Maxwell, the School of Education, and Falk College. Come to learn more about the broad range of roles available at Helio Health.
Learn about recruiting for:
- Case Management
- Healthcare Practitioners
- Human Resources
Sign-on bonuses for:
- Entry-Level Roles
- Administrative Roles
About Hello Health
Helio Health is a growing Not-For-Profit dedicated to transforming the lives of those struggling with substance abuse and mental health disorders. Helio Health provides drug and alcohol withdrawal and stabilization services, detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation, child and adolescent services and problem gambling counseling, as well as counseling for mental health disorders such as depression. All of our programs are medically supervised and managed by accredited counselors and recovery professionals.
We are seeking students for internship opportunities or directly hire upcoming or recent graduates for positions including Mental Health / SUD Counselors, Nurses (RN, LPN, NP) and many other behavioral healthcare related positions.
Helio Health is able to provide industry leading wages and benefits including tuition reimbursement and QHP incentives.
Other events this week:
- March 22, 7-8:30pm – Alumni Panel, The First 90 Days-Excel in Internships, Grad Programs and Jobs
- March 23, 10am-2pm – Falk Career Expo, meet employers, alumni, and get free LinkedIn Headshots
- March 23-24 – Washington, D.C. Reverse Immersion, meet over 20 alumni from the DC area, learn about their roles and connections
This event was first published on March 10th, 2023 and last updated on March 10th, 2023.
- Career Services
- Main Campus
- Open to
- Students, Graduate and Professional
- Falk College
- David Sly
- Contact David Sly to request accommodations