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Clinical Laboratory Technician
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Dental Assistant & Expanded Function Dental Assistant
Dental Laboratory Technician
Diagnostic Medical Sonographer
Emergency Medical Technician
Health Care Providers
Advanced Practice Nurse
Mental Health Services
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Nursing Personal Home Health Aide
Licensed Nursing Assistant
Licensed Practical Nurse
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Occupational Therapy Assistant
Physical Therapy Assistant
Healthcare social worker
Dietitian and Nutritionist
Health Education Specialist
Community Health Worker
Medical Secretary and Administrative Assistant
Medicial equipment preparers
Enviromental Services Worker
Resources To Help You Succeed
Learn about health care career programs in and near Vermont.
The opportunities listed below give middle school, high school and college-level students a hands-on experience as a health care professional.
The Nursing Educational Loan Repayment Program is funded by the State of Vermont, through the Department of Health for nurses (RN or LPN) working in Vermont. It is administered by the University of Vermont, College of Medicine, Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Program.
How do I pay for it? Funding for education and training programs can come in the form of: -Grants (based on financial need, do not need to be repaid) -Scholarships (based on need, achievement or other factors, do not need to be repaid) -Loans (which must be repaid) -Work-study jobs (a student earns wages in