A large share of health care-related talent requires graduates at the Bachelor’s level or higher. However, health care support from educational institutions extends beyond 4-year universities to include colleges and technical schools that may provide
Associate’s degrees, certificates or continuing education. The development of health care talent also starts in the region’s K-12 system to provide a pipeline of students to higher educational institutions. The Madison Region’s vast network of higher education institutions serves as a launch pad for professionals ready to fill positions with new and expanding health companies.