BMH/CCV Medical Assisting Program Initiative
To Get Started
- Schedule a New Student Appointment with advisor Leigh Marthe to discuss your goals and specific steps for enrolling in the BMH / CCV Medical Assisting College to Career program. Call 802-254-6370 to schedule an appointment.
- Fill out a CCV application online at https://apply.ccv.edu/degree. Identify as a Brattleboro student and declare an intent to pursue an associate degree in Medical Assisting. (In order to use most financial aid programs, students are required to enroll as degree students.)
- Complete your skills assessment. This assessment is used to help you select the classes most appropriate to your academic skills. (Official SAT or ACT scores that are less than three years old may be submitted for review instead.)
- Fill out the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital Scholarship application and submit all necessary transcripts and paperwork.
- Consider additional payment options and apply for financial aid (grants, loans, and scholarships).
This scholarship is time sensitive. Applications will be considered and awarded on a rolling basis. The deadline for scholarship applications is 8/1/2016.
Contact Leigh Marthe at 802-254-6389 for more information.
Welcome to CCV Brattleboro—with our convenient Brattleboro location and extensive online learning options, you don’t have to travel far to access our degree and certificate programs, workforce education, secondary education initiatives, continuing education opportunities, and academic and veterans support services.
- Registration Information: Register early to get the course you need. Review the course schedule and call us at call 802-254-6370 to schedule an appointment with your advisor. Returning students may be able to register online! Registration Hours: Monday –Thursday: 9am – 4:30pm and Friday 9am – 4pm.
- Academic Advising: Want some advice on your next step toward success? Call or stop by the front desk to make an appointment with your advisor.
- New Student Advising Appointments (NSAA): The first step all new degree-seeking students take is to schedule a one-on-one NSAA with an advisor. Please call the center to find a time that works for you!
- Orientations: All new degree-seeking students will sign up for an orientation when they register for classes. Check out the schedule to choose the best day and time for you!
- Financial Aid: Apply as soon as possible to make sure you can register for classes on time.