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Canopy Partners with CFHI to Support Students for a Successful Health Immersion Journey

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As a leader in Medical Spanish training, Canopy has always kept enriching the offerings to healthcare professionals and providing a better platform to numerous learners. Awarded by the National Institutes of Health, Canopy Learn Medical Spanish Learning platform has supported thousands of medical professionals, including medical and nursing students, medical doctors, registered nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, etc. to improve the communications with the growing population of Spanish-speaking patients in the U.S.

To further expand the journey for Canopy medical Spanish learners, Canopy is excited to announce a partnership with Child Family Health International, a leading non-profit organization in Global Health education fostering reciprocal partnerships and community empowerment through global health immersion programs in 11 countries.

CFHI's global health education programs connect future healthcare leaders with local health professionals and community leaders in Spanish-speaking countries, transforming perspectives about self, global health, and healing. On CFHI's 40+ programs in 11 countries, students rotate alongside local healthcare experts, hone language skills, and learn about health and healing in a global context.

Through the establishment of this partnership, CFHI and Canopy will work together to help aspiring healthcare practitioners succeed in CFHI’s global health education and immersion programs in Latin America. Through CFHI, Canopy alumni can spend time abroad learning about health from a global perspective and implementing new skills in Medical Spanish. Canopy alumni can enroll in CFHI’s programs at a discount and with no application fees; and CFHI enrolled participants can access discounted Canopy Medical Spanish courses.

For more information about this partnership, you can visit or contact us at

Top 10 Emerging Careers

Research shows interpreters on top of the list



The University of California San Diego released a list recently with the top 10 emerging careers in the U.S for college grads for the next ten years. According to the report, "interpreters and translators" topped the list, followed by "Operation Research Analysts," and "Personal Financial Advisors." Within ten years, the number of interpreters in the US should increase by 31% with around 67.000 people employed earning an average of U$21.90 per hour.  

The list was made by combining two things: the highest projected growth rates plus the most online job postings. The information was obtained through Emsi, a labor-market data firm. It was also taken into consideration the careers that require a bachelor's degree and less than five years of work experience. Here is the list of the top ten:

1. Interpreters and translators
2. Operations research analysts
3. Personal financial advisors
4. Computer systems analysts
5. Software developers, applications
6. Market research analysts and marketing specialists
7. Substance abuse and behavioral disorder counselors
8. Information security analysts
9. Meeting, convention and event planners
10. Management analysts

To read the full research, click HERE.

Canopy Innovations Fellow Program | Sales and Partnerships

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Canopy Innovations is seeking enthusiastic, conscientious individuals who have the ambition to become the next generation of leaders and innovators. The Fellowship Program invites early career individuals with diverse backgrounds to join our community and help it grow.

Canopy Innovations Fellows will be an integral part of promoting and growing the adoption of groundbreaking projects that address societal challenges, such as the language barrier in healthcare.

Fellows are contracted for 3-months on a part-time basis (25 hours per week) and receive a monthly stipend of $2,500. Fellow is also eligible to receive a 10% bonus over institutional sales and partnerships. If the Fellow performs exceptionally in the position, there is a possibility to renew the agreement or to be hired full-time.

To apply, send your resume and a cover letter to

What you will do:

- Follow a timely schedule for Sales and Partnerships efforts;
- Act as a steward of Canopy’s Brand, promoting the value of Canopy Innovation’s offerings to both current and potential institutional partners;
- Manage your workflow in Salesforce, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution;
- Increase awareness and adoption of Canopy Innovation’s offerings by following Canopy Innovation’s Marketing Plan;

What we need you to have:

- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university;
- Results-driven mindset;
- Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Verbal communication fluency;
- Grit, resilience, and a can-do attitude;
- Ability to manage multiple priorities and projects.
- Knowledge of Spanish is a plus.

* Canopy Innovations is an equal employment/affirmative action employer and welcome diverse applicants. Transcendent Endeavors does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital/or parental status, age, national origin, citizenship, disability, veterans status, or any other classification protected by applicable Federal, State, or Municipal Law.*

The number of Latino physicians decreases despite the growth of the population

UCLA study analyzed the Latino community between 1980 and 2010.


Source: Rhoda Baer/National Cancer Institute

Source: Rhoda Baer/National Cancer Institute

Despite the fast growth ethnic in the United States, the Latino community is facing a significant challenge in the medical field. Since 1980, its population has risen 243 percent from under 15 million to over 51 million in 2010. The number of Latino physicians per 100,000 Latinos has declined by 22 percent during that period (from 135 to 105). 

Meanwhile, the national rate of non-Hispanic white physicians increased from 211 for every 100,000 non-Hispanic whites to 315 per 100,000, according to a study conducted by UCLA's Center for the Study of Latino Health and Culture. The study used data from U.S. Census from 1980 through 2010 in five states with large Latino populations — California, Florida, Illinois, New York and Texas. 

According to Dr. Gloria Sanchez, the paper’s lead author, the shortage could negatively affect health care for U.S. Latinos. “For example, there is a shortage of healthcare professionals that, at minimum, have the language skills to communicate effectively with patients, provide quality care and avoid harmful outcomes for a growing majority of patients not only in California but in the nation as a whole,” said Sanchez in an interview to UCLA Newsroom

To access the study click HERE