New River Community College will offer several early childhood development and human services programs with classes beginning this fall.
NRCC will offer two career studies certificates in child development and toddler and infant, a certificate in early childhood development, and an associate degree in early childhood development.
The programs are designed to prepare highly skilled graduates for employment in a variety of early childhood settings and to update and enrich the capacities of those who are presently employed in the child development field. The associate degree prepares students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in child development, education or related field.
The human services degree is designed to prepare highly skilled graduates for employment in a wide variety of human services settings, to update and enrich the capacities of those persons presently employed in the human services field, and to prepare students for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program in human services, social work, psychology, counseling, sociology, or other related fields.
The college also offers a certificate in human services that prepares students for entry-level employment in the helping fields where the primary focus is on human and social services and for the associate degree program.
Students who enroll in this program may be eligible for free tuition through the Virginia Community College’s new G3 assistance program, a tuition assistance program for any Virginia resident who qualifies for in-state tuition and whose family income falls below an identified threshold. Eligible students may enroll in designated programs leading to jobs in high-demand fields. For more information on G3 eligibility, visit www.nr.edu/g3.
Classes begin Monday, Aug. 23. Prospective NRCC students may visit www.nr.edu/register for enrollment information. Advisors are available at email@example.com or (540) 674-3609 or in person to assist with registration.
For more information about the early childhood development programs, visit www.nr.edu/ecd. For more information about the human services programs, visit www.nr.edu/hms or email Professor Bonnie Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org.