Although every FUTURE has a different story on how they landed at Netsmart, one thing they all have in common is school spirit. Last Friday, the FUTURES sported their favorite college gear and came together to share their experience at Netsmart so far as well as aspirations for the rest of summer and beyond.
Check out what our FUTURES had to say about their universities and why they chose to spend their summer at Netsmart.
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Our FUTURES took their internship to new heights last week after completing the Tucker Leadership Lab challenge course at William Jewell College. Founded in 2000, this course presents businesses, schools, churches and sports teams with obstacle course-like challenges designed to build trust, communication and confidence.
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In the Meet Our Veterans series, we’re proud to recognize Netsmart associates who have worn the uniforms of the armed forces. It’s sincerely a privilege to work alongside individuals who have served our country. We thank them and all military members and their families across the U.S. for their service yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Continue reading to follow Dewayne’s unique journey from the U.S. Navy to Netsmart.
Dewayne Campbell, Senior Network Engineer
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Today we’re throwin’ it back to last Thursday, April 25 to highlight a special day at Netsmart —Take Your Daughters and Sons to Work Day! Our main Overland Park, KS campus building welcomed associates and their children for a morning of interactive learning and fun. This year, associates joined their children as they ventured from station to station immersing themselves in the Netsmart culture.
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Netsmart recently held its first-ever TechSync, where developers and engineers came together to discuss innovation and collaboration in hopes of pushing our technology to new heights. In this two-day event, more than 400 associates from across the country gathered at our Overland Park campus.
Continue reading Teching It to the Limit
Work provides individuals with a sense of purpose, self-worth and connection to the community. It’s an opportunity and ability many of us take for granted. According to The Arc, “the vast majority of adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) are either unemployed or underemployed, despite their ability, desire and willingness to work in the community.” However, an Olathe, Ks foundation is working to improve that impression. Heartstrings is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is expanding inclusion in the workplace by offering employment opportunities to adults with I/DD. Currently, the organization employs 47 individuals with plans to expand employment opportunities throughout 2019.
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If you’ve been scrolling through social media news feeds over the past few weeks, you’ve likely stumbled across the “10-Year Challenge.” Many users, including celebrities, have taken to their favorite social platforms to post side-by-side photo comparisons displaying a 10-year difference and the hashtag #10YearChallenge.
In an effort to keep our social feed “on point” and show our appreciation to longstanding associates, we brought the 10-Year Challenge to Netsmart! We’re fortunate to have nearly 400 associates who have graciously contributed 10 or more years of service. Over the past decade, their combined efforts helped forge advances in healthcare technology that have revolutionized the care our clients deliver.
Continue reading Netsmart Gets a H@ndle On the #10YearChallenge