Seattle healthcare worker-training startup NextStep raises $2.5M to fund continued growth

(NextStep Photo)

NextStep, a Seattle startup which uses its technology platform to retrain displaced workers for roles in the healthcare industry, has raised $2.5 million in new funding.

The company, founded in 2018 and spun out of Seattle’s Pioneer Square Labs, integrates app-based and in-person skills practice to train people to become certified nursing assistants (CNAs), which it calls the largest healthcare role in the United States.

NextStep CEO Chris Hedrick. (NextStep Photo)

NextStep is growing in Colorado, a pilot state for the startup, where it already trains and places new CNAs at more

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