Health Sciences STEM Profile
Developed by the Illinois Department of Employment Security, the Health Sciences STEM Profile provides highlights and the nature of the Health Science industry in Illinois, as well as current and projected employment opportunities in health occupations throughout the state.
Health Science Career, Wages & Trends
Developed by Illinois workNet, the Health Sciences Career, Wages & Trends allows exploration of various career pathways (including Health Science), the skills and training required, and the job demand and wages in Illinois.
Health Science Technology Guide to Program Planning
Developed by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Articulated Program Guide for Health Occupations in the Secondary Schools suggests health occupations program course content and sequences to cover four full years of study for grades 9 through 12.
Health Science Technology Matrix
Developed by the Illinois State Board of Education, the Career Programs in Health Sciences Technology matrix presents suggested courses for 21 health occupation career clusters.
Health Science Technology Career Guide
Students searching for information about careers and training opportunities in the health professions in Illinois are able to find what they need in the expanded A Guide to Health Careers in Illinois. The Guide provides information on over 200 health science professions taught in over 580 training programs in Illinois.
Nurse Aide Testing home page
The information is provided in partnership with the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIUC), Illinois Nurse Assistant Competency Exam (INACE) project. You will find information about the requirements to become a CNA in the State of Illinois as well as documents needed to begin the process. https://nurseaidetesting.com/
HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY STATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS - current listing of all Health Science Technology courses in Illinois for 2019
Additional HST resources are available on the Illinois State Board of Education's HST College and Career Readiness page.
For more information on health science technology resources visit the Illinois State Board of Education website