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Workforce Education

College and Career Guide

Looking for information about specific jobs and how CCV can help you get them? Check out our new interactive College and Career Guide at ccg.ccv.edu.

The Community College of Vermont seeks to assess, enhance, and develop Vermont’s workforce through both our existing catalog of courses and workshops and through customized programs targeted to Vermont business needs. With quality instruction, statewide accessibility, flexible delivery including online and hybrid options, and both credit and non-credit offerings, CCV can provide the training needed for workplace success.

For Individuals

CCV offers a broad range of courses and programs designed to help you achieve your career goals. Learn more about what CCV workforce training programs have to offer you as an individual, or, visit our online catalog for comprehensive course and program descriptions. To check course availability in your area, visit our current semester course listing.

For Employers

Did you know that CCV can craft programs specifically for your business to ensure your employees are getting exactly the training they need to meet your business objectives? Visit our For Employers section to learn more about how CCV can help your business.

For more information about workforce education at CCV, contact Director of Workforce Education Tiffany Keune at Tiffany.Keune@ccv.edu or 802-786-0011.

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    Emma Daly Human Services
    CCV-Bennington