Career Pathway Programs

Learn more about career pathway programs at Central Vermont Medical Center, and sign up to be notified when applications open.

Have a question?

Contact Megan Foster, Workforce Development Coordinator
Megan.Foster@cvmc.org

Ready to further your education?

If you're looking to start or further your career in health care, CVMC offers the educational opportunities below on a periodic basis.

 

Medical Assistant (MA) Pathway Program

Our MA Pathway Program allows participants to develop the skills you’ll need to support one of our primary or specialty care practices.

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Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) Pathway Program

Our LNA Pathway Program allows participants to earn a full-time salary while studying to complete the course and receive licensure through the State of Vermont.

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Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Pathway Program

Through our partnership with Community College of Vermont and Vermont Technical College, our LPN Pathway Program allows full-time CVMC employees to continue earning a salary while taking classes toward their LPN degree.

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Registered Nurse (RN) Pathway Program

Through our partnership with Vermont Technical College, our RN Pathway Program allows full-time CVMC LPN employees to continue earning a salary while studying to complete their Associate of Science in Nursing degree, leading to eligibility for RN licensure.

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