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Support Career Education through Collaboration


We continually invest in new ways to bring education and training in line with community needs and emerging trends. Alongside our efforts, government and corporate partnerships provide philanthropy and other resources to customize career education.

My team was a great support structure for me. They helped me in every way possible.

Desiree A.
Graduate, Medical Assistant

Let’s Have a Conversation


There are many ways to get involved to positively impact student outcomes. Your contribution will focus on personal and professional development, hands-on training, and overall career readiness. Your support can also come full circle and benefit your organization.

Partner on a program

Shape curriculum to match your organization’s talent needs

Invest in technology

Provide students with state-of-the-art tools that accelerate learning

Sponsor a lab or classroom

Spotlight your brand for future employees and customers

Become an advocate

Support student development with your time and connections

To get started

Contact Annie Sarver-Bodoh at 651-325-3269 or kmcshea@ecmc.org or send an email to partnerships@zenith.org for more information.

Make a Gift Today


Making an immediate donation is the most direct way to positively impact students’ lives and prepare them for future employment. By clicking the donate button, you’ll be able to select how you want your money to make a difference.

Fund a Dream

Contribute directly to our Scholarship Fund to make the dream of education a reality for a student in waiting.

Help a Student in Need

Contribute directly to our Student Services Fund to help with emergency transportation, child care, housing, and healthcare.

Give a Gift Where it is Needed Most

Make an unrestricted gift to support our mission of educating the workforce of tomorrow. No gift too big or too small.

Collaborating on the Workforce of Tomorrow


According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 6.6 million job openings¹ and a shortage of skilled workers to fill those available jobs; nearly half of which are for middle-skill jobs² – those requiring more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year degree. Altierus is proud to train, prepare, and support the next generation of working professionals to fill the skills gap.

¹https://www.bls.gov/news.release/jolts.nr0.htm
²https://www.nationalskillscoalition.org/ resources/publications/ 2017-middle-skills-fact-sheets/file/United-States-MiddleSkills.pdf

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