quinebaug valley community college

Health Career Pathways Certificate

Contact Information

Brian Clinton
Medical Assisting & Allied Health Program Coordinator
bclinton@qvcc.edu

Cindi Brassington, MS, CMA (AAMA)
Professor of Allied Health
cbrassington@qvcc.edu

Events

27 October, 2020

Supporting LGBTQ+ Survivors of Sexual Violence

Presenter: Bridget Koestner, Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence Description: Sexual Violence…

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27 October, 2020

Virtual Career Presentation: Exploring Majors and Careers

Learn about effective strategies and the resources available to help you determine…

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28 October, 2020

Virtual Career Presentation: Effective Resumes

This presentation will review the basic elements of creating or updating your…

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29 October, 2020

Virtual Career Presentation: Interviews and Networking

This virtual presentation will help attendees develop effective strategies for interviewing and…

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10 November, 2020

The Neurobiology of Trauma on Survivors of Sexual Violence  

Presenter: Bridget Koestner, Connecticut Alliance to End Sexual Violence Description: In order…

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OVERVIEW

The health career pathways certificate is designed for the student who is interested in an allied health career but unsure as to which career they want to enter.  This certificate is a great pre-nursing transfer pathway to nursing programs (both ASN and BSN programs) as well as other health fields.

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Program Details

The health career pathways certificate consists of eight courses and students are able to complete the program in three semesters.  This program is not intended to give students skills to enter the field of health care.  Graduates of this program specifically transfer into nursing or another health field related program.  All of the above courses transfer into QVCC’s medical assisting degree and/or the health care management degree programs, should the student want to earn a degree.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information, please visit: Gainful employment information