Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment Program Prepares Teens for Careers in Health Care

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Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment Program Prepares Teens for Careers in Health Care

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For over a decade, Johnson & Johnson’s Bridge to Employment (BTE) program has been helping young people build solid futures by introducing them to a variety of career opportunities in health care. BTE was designed to reach underprivileged students at risk of dropping out of high school and over the past ten years has influenced countless young men and women. Learn more how BTE in the Philippines inspired three young women to pursue higher education on our company blog, JNJ BTW.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011 - 10:45am