When Angela Ellison’s teenaged son was a toddler, she took him to an appointment at the Department of Health offices in downtown Bennington. Walking into 324 Main St., which also houses CCV, Angela looked down a hallway and noticed classrooms.
“They’re sister schools, so my credits followed me. All of my credits that needed to go with me to Vermont Tech followed me from CCV. The transition was very easy, and part of that was because there are amazing people that work here and they’re all about your success.”
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Thursday morning at Central Vermont Medical Center marked the start of a new journey for 18 of Vermont’s healthcare workers. CCV student Emily Davidson was there, dressed in purple scrubs. She’s been working in pediatrics as a licensed nursing assistant.