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Go-Live Success

9863_10153603837151026_3468263867036492432_n**GO-Live! Netsmart and The Jewish Board team

I am humbled to have the pleasure to post this picture. Today marks the initial Go-Live for The Jewish Board in New York City. They are New York City’s largest provider of Health and Human Services. This project began on July 6th, 2015 and 8 months later we are going live. The project team that has worked on this project have been absolutely flawless in their efforts and have worked extremely hard.
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Reflections on Week #3 of the Netsmart FUTURES program!

Blog Week 3

Netsmart’s Futures program is filled with team building activities, networking events, educational luncheons, along with meaningful work and opportunities to learn about the industry, build our professional skill set, and grow as an individual. Here, we three Futures, Claudia, Brett, and Jake, reflect on our third week of our summer internship.

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Back to the FUTURES – Week 1

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To welcome the 28 new Futures, in true Netsmart fashion, we attended an 80s themed skate party at the nearby Skate City. Although none of the Futures were born in that era, we all busted out our most bodacious outfits. Some of the most outrageous outfits included MC Hammer pants, neon leggings, and even a dudical He-Man costume. All of the Futures, their mentors, managers, and even the executives attended to give us a gnarly welcome.

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Netsmart “Back to the FUTURES” Program

Back to the FUTURES

At Netsmart, we move purposely with passion and intentionality.  We focus on using innovative solutions to break down barriers and push the boundaries of the health and human services industry.

Our internship program is dubbed the “FUTURES” because those who participate are an important part of our future.  Our program includes a balance between classroom-based and on-the-job learning, hands-on, client based work, professional development opportunities, leadership exposure and several social / networking events throughout the summer. #ntstfutures

This summer we will once again be kicking off the Netsmart “Back to the FUTURES” Program – for current college students!  We will welcome 28 FUTURES to the Overland Park office on Monday, June 1st.  Continue reading Netsmart “Back to the FUTURES” Program

New Associates Dedicated to a Cause! #edm

Drive

The newest hiring classes from Evolv, Addiction Management, and VRS are hosting a donation drive to help the children in need at KVC Health Systems.  As new associates, we would like to give our time and efforts back to the communities and clients we serve as an organization.   Being a part of a company that believes EveryDay Matters and is not just a mantra, is a honor. The newest hiring classes would like to show the community how much Netsmart can truly contribute, not only by putting passion into the work that we do but in the acts of kindness we, as a company, actively pursue.

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Take 5 with Netsmart — Ep. One: Conventional Wisdom

“I have been with Netsmart since early November 2014, but have worked as a Project/Program Manager for over 15 years.  Knowing that Netsmart values leadership and education, I brought an idea to the table regarding project management though the use of the Netsmart Yammer blog.  Because of my blog post, I had the opportunity to meet with a member of the Netsmart Executive Team.  We spoke about my project management philosophies and found that we both agree.  It’s wonderful to know that Netsmart and its executives are always open to meeting and working with their staff.”  

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Our Journey … A new hire perspective – Part 3

Consulting Netsmart Life

So my journey with Netsmart began back in October of 2014 on my first day walking into the main Kansas building.  I decided not to be shy, and introduced myself to the five other people that would start with me that day. I think that automatically made me Amy, the chatty one, in the group. We soon learned more about our roles and starting on day two, we dove right in and spent the next few weeks learning. We shadowed other associates and trained one another over what we had learned. We studied the modules, programs, events, and setups while testing each other on a daily basis.

After having spent a lot of time in the Clara Barton (pioneer nurse who founded the American Red Cross) training room,  I was ready to get going.  Of note, all of our conference rooms have @CauseConnected names.

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