Registered Apprenticeships

Registered Apprenticeships

Thinking of going to school, but need to keep working? Check out our new apprenticeships! CCV is pleased to offer three new apprenticeships in medical assisting, pharmacy technician, and manufacturing production technician.

Apprenticeships at CCV give you the opportunity to earn while you learn. All three offerings pair credit-bearing classes with on-the-job learning, allowing you to jumpstart your career, your education, and your earning potential. Ready to get started? Contact us today!

Manufacturing Production Technician Apprenticeship

Manufacturing Production Technicians are hands-on problem solvers who utilize electronic, mechanical, and hydraulic technologies to optimize machinery. As an apprentice, you’ll take college classes, earn a paycheck, and master the skills you need to move up in your career.

Pharmacy Technician Apprenticeship

Pharmacy Technicians are detail-oriented service professionals who support pharmacists in preparing medications. As an apprentice, you’ll gain valuable work experience at a local pharmacy, earn college credit, and advance your career.

Medical AssistingApprenticeship

Medical Assistants are helping professionals who specialize in clinical or administrative skills to support patient care. As an apprentice, you’ll get college credit, real-world training, and the opportunity to launch your career in healthcare.

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CCV works with businesses and organizations across Vermont to upskill the incumbent workforce and provide a pipeline of new, skilled workers across industry. Contact us today to learn more about becoming an apprenticeship partner.

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  • "As I was teaching at CCV I found I was getting the most from my students when we were out in the field – they really responded to that learning style – so I helped to develop classes in the environmental science program that maximize hands-on-learning."

    Daniel Schmidt Environmental Science Faculty Member
    CCV-Winooski