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Welcome to the Southwest Vermont Career Development Center. You have just crossed the threshold to the 21st Century learning opportunities that are as easy to access as your desktop, laptop, I-phone, or Blackberry.

The faculty and staff at the CDC are very proud of our facility at 321 Park Street in Bennington, Vermont. We serve students from the Bennington County region, and currently have 20 programs that offer two years of study, and many pre-tech exploratory courses. Each of our programs has Industry Recognized Credentials and/or Dual Enrollment Credits that may be achieved with successful completion of these programs. Institutions that are currently participating include Community College of Vermont, Vermont Technical College, and Rochester Institute of Technology, Paul Smiths College and Hudson Valley Community College. More proposals are being made to other institutions at this time.

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In addition to our daytime programs listed below, we offer an Evening Division for Adult Education as well as Online Learning. High quality instruction is available from professionals in regional Business and Industry. Adults are welcome to apply for daytime technical programs. A Vermont resident adult without a high school diploma is a secondary student and is eligible for tuition to be paid by their school district. Adults with high school diplomas will be charged a tuition. Financial aid may be available. Contact the Adult Education Office at 447-3596.

Please take time to explore our website, and call or e-mail your questions, suggestions, or concerns. Thank you for your interest!



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Adults are welcome to apply for daytime technical programs. A Vermont resident adult without a high school diploma is a secondary student and is eligible for tuition to be paid by their school district. Adults with high school diplomas will be charged a tuition. Financial aid may be available. Contact the Adult Education Office at 447-3596.

 

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