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The demand for healthcare workers, especially as the population ages, has been noted in nationwide and D.C. studies. This is a growing industry and offers access to career opportunities for individuals to earn a “living wage”. Currently there is a high demand for trained workers at the entry-level in a range of positions in the healthcare industry, including home health aides.


IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH, INC shall provide job listings and access to computers for graduates to find and apply for job positions. However, it must be noted that placement is not guaranteed. Students are free to use the IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH library computers for the purpose of writing resumes and cover letters. The Program Coordinator will also locate and post potential job openings. Also, IMMACULATE HEALTH CARE SERVICES home health agency in the District of Columbia employs home health aides and has agreed to assist and consider for hiring licensed graduates of the training program available.

For the purposes of reporting to regulatory agencies and evaluating its program performance objectives, IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH will track job placements of all of its graduates.


IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH is regulated by the District of Columbia Education Licensure Commission. The District of Columbia Board of Nursing regulates the training curriculum provided in the Home Health Aide Program.


Students and prospective students may obtain information relating to program performance from the District of Columbia Education Licensure Commission.

The following information can be obtained:

  • Enrollment
  • Completion rate
  • Placement rate
  • Pass rate of graduates on any licensure examination
  • Other information pertaining to the school


The IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH of the District of Columbia actively subscribes to a policy of equal opportunity in education. IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH admits students without regard to sex, race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin and accords to all students the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to any student at IMMACULATE SCHOOL OF ALLIED HEALTH and as provided by rules and regulations in the District of Columbia. Furthermore, the school does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, physical/mental disability, or religion, in staff hiring, student admission, or in the administration of its policies and programs.

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