Online College Courses
Community College of Vermont (CCV)
For the spring semester 2013, the Vermont Center for Afterschool Excellence is partnering with the Child Development Division (CDD) to offer a 3-credit, online course for afterschool professionals through the Community College of Vermont (CCV).
This is a tuition-free, online course opportunity for those who qualify.
Special Topics: Development of the School-Age Child (EDU 2712). This course focuses on afterschool education related to the development of school age children. Emphasis is on exploring the interconnections between child/youth development, the transition to and participation in school, and growth within a community context. Topics include: developmental theories and research, observation and assessment tools, design of inclusive integrated curriculum, understanding school and community in the context of youth development, and transitions related to providing afterschool education.
Semester dates: January 22nd – May 5th
Space is limited to 15 participants.
Register Now! Get started by downloading the Intent to Register form: Intent to Register
For more information and to register, please contact Karen Scott, Project Manager for Quality with the Vermont Center for Afterschool Excellence, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are still a few openings in the Spring 2013 Union Institute online class Legal and Financial Issues in Early Childhood and Afterschool Programs.
This course is designed for experienced early childhood and school age care professionals who are seeking to become credentialed program directors. The purpose is to contribute to the quality and stability of child care settings by informing child care program directors about the many financial and legal issues that are pertinent to successful child care program management. This 3-credit course is a requirement of Step 2 of Vermont’s Early Childhood and Afterschool Program Director Credential.
Sponsored by: Vermont Northern Lights Career Development Center
Course Cost: $321.00
Instructor: Shaunee Florence Higgin
Dates/Times: Online ~ January 14 through April 7, 2013
Marlboro College, Certificate in Nonprofit Management
10 day-long workshops focusing on a variety of topic areas, including: leadership skills, fundraising, grantseeking, marketing, strategic planning, financial management, human resources, and board development. Classes held in two locations in both fall and spring. Tuition is $1300, with various scholarships available. For more information, see the following: Certificate in Nonprofit Management.