At Market Street, we believe in rewarding outstanding work, promoting from within, and building long-term relationships. Our culture inspires associates to recognize and celebrate one another’s gifts through service.
“A company’s real value is in its people. The collective values of those people become the company culture, and culture is one of the most important aspects of a business. When people love coming to work, they love welcoming new people, caring for customers, and serving everyone they meet. We strive to be a company that increases our value by investing in our people.” – Hollie Kemp, Chief Experience Officer
Whether experienced or new to Senior Living, we provide in-depth training preparing each associate to make a real life difference. Our in-house programs pave the way for associates to advance through our Career Development curriculum, and for college students to explore their Senior Living interests in our Internship program.
Our growth is your opportunity. Career Development is designed to assist associates in advancing their careers within the Senior Living industry. This in-depth, year long program directly partners associates with the Executive Director and/or Department Heads as they explore options for learning, growing, and advancing within the company. This individually tailored road map to success, includes in-house training, online education, and participation in monthly community reviews.
Whether a career in Senior Living has always been your calling or you’re still exploring the idea, Market Street is a great place to start your career. Designed to jump start your career and prepare you for a future leadership role within a community, our comprehensive internship program includes hands-on training within all disciplines in the community. Partnering with the leadership team to explore your interests and options within Senior Living, your internship allows you to learn from the best! You will be exposed to all aspects of community operations including:
Our internship programs are open to active college seniors and juniors. You must also be enrolled in accredited institutions and applicable degree programs.
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