CCV’s education programs prepare you to teach at a variety of levels. The early childhood education degree program provides the knowledge and skills you’ll need to enter a rewarding, high-demand career in child care. The liberal studies degree is a solid foundation for the education you’ll need to become an elementary, middle, or high school teacher. Credentials and certificate programs can lead to employment as a home child care provider, after school program provider, or early childhood education administrator. Whatever path you choose, you’ll be well positioned for the workforce or further education.
CCV programs are stackable, meaning they build on one another as you progress toward your goals. Individual classes can be applied to credentials, credentials to certificates, and certificates to degrees. Check out our certificate to degree maps and explore the stackable program options available to you.
Programs marked with “+” can be completed fully online.
Did you know that nearly half of CCV graduates choose to continue their education beyond an associate degree? To make transfer seamless, easy, and affordable, CCV has agreements with other institutions across Vermont and throughout the region. Early planning can help you follow a clear transfer path.
In today’s workplace, industry-recognized credentials carry earning power. At CCV, we offer credentialing and training opportunities at our locations around the state and online. These programs have been designed from the ground up with input from Vermont employers on the skills and knowledge they’d like to see workers equipped with. Get credentialed, get trained, get your next promotion.
Credential and Training Benefits:
- Increased earning potential
- Industry-recognized credentials
- Earn while you learn
- Short-term program options
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Alumni Success Story
CCV Works: Jean Cota
Jean graduated from CCV in 2018 with her associate degree in early childhood education and became the director of childcare for Jay Peak Resort in 2019. “I climbed the career ladder because of the degree,” she said. “It completely changed how I looked at childcare. It used to be ‘I’m providing a home for children.’ Now it’s about education.”