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This area of the CNIH website will be solely dedicated to our students who are looking for employment and employers looking for well trained employees. CNIH will commit ample resources to ensure that our students and graduates are employed in their respective fields of study.

All Job postings will be forwarded to current and graduated students of CNIH.



Why hire a CNIH Grad?

Armed with a CNIH diploma, a wide-ranging skill set, and an impressive portfolio of academic achievements and active learning experiences, CNIH students and alumni are promising candidates for any career opportunity. Our graduates are sought after by many healthcare organizations, and are excited to take the next step in their pursuit of a rewarding healthcare career. We make it easy for you to fill your employment needs.




Through career development, including professionalism, motivation, resume development, dress for success, interview coaching and the maintenance of ethical standards, we empower our graduates with the skills necessary to approach a job interview ready for success.

We provide services to make recruitment of employees a pleasant and effective experience. A few of the services provided are:

  • Use of our facilities for on-site, multiple candidate interviewing.
  • On campus presentations to introduce your company and career opportunities.
  • No charges or fees for our placement services.
  • Coordinating specialty training for specific job descriptions.

If you have an opening in your company, one of our graduates likely has the skills you need




CNIH helps healthcare employers nationwide advance the skills and professional knowledge of their workforce – leveraging nearly 30 years of experience in healthcare education and training. By partnering with us, you’ll gain access to healthcare education curriculum and training programs developed by recognized industry professionals, as well as clinical and training facilities that mirror the healthcare environments your employees are accustomed to. Flexible learning environments for your employees can be customized to meet the needs of your organization and staff.



CNIH’s Mission

Mission of the Institute

Canadian National Institute of Health, Inc. aims to ensure that its graduates are educated to perform all recognized dental and medical procedures in the most proficient manner using critical thinking skills and effective interpersonal communications. In addition to providing sound theoretical knowledge and an opportunity to develop excellence in clinical procedures our programs are structured to foster attitudes of caring, accountability, and credible work ethics so that graduates are eligible for regulation to practice and continue life-long professional competence improvement.

Your Role as a Committee Member

As a member of a Program Advisory Committee, you will provide us with insight and real-world experience related to the programs we currently offer. This experience will ensure that the students enrolled in our programs are receiving relevant training and opportunities for employment in their chosen fields of study

Commitment to the Committee

Program Advisory Committees meet two times a year, usually in the spring and fall. The meetings typically last ninety minutes and include a meal. A minimum of one meeting a year will be held at the school campus and the second may be held at an offsite location.