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BTE (Bridge to Employment)

Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences - ODASIS and Johnson & Johnson

This program was established world-wide to connect students to the health care industry and its many career opportunities.

Program Requirements


Program eligibility requirements will be determined by Johnson & Johnson and the ODASIS staff within the coming months. The three partners involved in this site include: Rutgers University, Johnson & Johnson Headquarters, and the New Brunswick School District.
Enrollment Criteria:
Students who meet particular program criteria can apply to this program but must be approved/accepted to participate.
States:
New Jersey
 
Cities:
NJ - New Brunswick
 

Description


Aligned with the mission of ODASIS, Bridge to Employment (BTE) is a Johnson & Johnson program established across the world for over 10 years to connect young students to the health care industry and its plethora of career opportunities. Through educational and work-based experiences, BTE aims to prepare its students for higher education and ultimately, a professional role in the health care industry.

The BTE site in New Brunswick, New Jersey, aims to accomplish the following long-term goals in comparison to the city's general population:

  1. Higher math and science GPA of the students
  2. Higher SAT scores of the students
  3. Greater number of high school students graduating with college credits
  4. Greater number of students applying to competitive institutions of higher education in the math, science, or health care disciplines
  5. Fewer number of students requiring remedial placement in college
  6. Greater number of students graduating high school with internship experience

Throughout the four year duration of this program, the project will develop various activities and methods to enhance the students' academic and extracurricular performance. Through college experiences, mentoring programs, workshops, and academic support, the students involved in the BTE project will be transformed into competitive college applicants. The strategies involved are categorized in the following major elements:

  • Academic Enrichment
  • Applied Learning Opportunities
  • Career Exploration
  • Link to Higher Education


Location


Address:
604 Allison Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
Phone Number:
(848) 445-6878
Affiliated Campuses:
New Brunswick/Piscataway

Who This Program is Best Suited For


Grade Level:
High School Sophomores
High School Juniors
High School Seniors
 
Interests:
Academic Enrichment/Challenge
Academic Support/Guidance/Study Skills
Career Preparation/Counseling
 

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