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New York Health Careers


The maintenance and updating of information on the Health Careers Web site is supported by sponsor fees. Several sponsorship options are available and are described below. A sponsor’s space on this website can have a  hyperlink to the sponsor’s website and a profile of each sponsor is listed on this Sponsors page.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for the Health Careers Web site or a specific profession page, please contact Robert Martiniano at (518) 402-0250 or rmartiniano@albany.edu


Specific Profession Page Sponsorship

Schools and organizations that wish to sponsor a specific profession page pay an annual fee of $500. Profession page sponsors are acknowledged prominently on the profession page with a dedicated space for their name and logo. As a browser scrolls over or clicks on the sponsor’s name or logo, it will act as a hyperlink to the sponsor’s website.

Web Site Sponsorship

Groups and organizations that wish to sponsor the Health Careers Web site pay an annual fee of between $1,000 and $5,000, depending on the size, prominence, and location of the sponsor’s listing on the Web site.  Web site sponsors have a dedicated space which appears on all pages of the Web site, acknowledging their sponsorship and providing a hyperlink to their Web site.

Our Sponsors

Currently, our sponsors include:

The Hospital League-SEIU 1199 Employment, Training and Job Security Program (ETJSP) is one of the largest and oldest sector-based labor-management partnerships in the nation, covering more than 300 employers and 85,000 health care workers in the New York City region. The goals of the ETJSP are to:

  • Prepare laid-off union members so that they can return to the industry;
  • Recruit qualified applicants for all bargaining unit positions through a centralized service;
  • Provide effective and supportive counseling, education, training, and financial programs that are customized to the needs of members and contributing employers;
  • Strengthen the relationship of members to the union and the institutions that employ them; and
  • Identify changing employment and work requirements in the industry.