We have a wide array of programs to support our current and future nurses.
Whether you’ve begun your nursing career, are enrolled as a nursing student or are simply thinking about pursuing a nursing career, we’ve got a program for you! Our RN Pathway apprenticeship, LNA training programs, and RN scholarship program offer employment while working toward a degree. Our ASPIRE Nurse Residency Program provides classroom and didactic time to new grads or experienced nurses who are new to inpatient nursing. And, once you’ve reached your career goal, we have a variety of great employment benefits to offer!
Use the form below to start a conversation with Kelly Campbell, our Director of Professional and Organizational Development, or continue reading to learn about all our offerings.
Our RN Pathway Program is recruiting for Fall 2023!
Through partnerships with VSAC, CCV, and VTSU, the NMC RN Pathway Program provides an opportunity for successful applicants to maintain full-time employment at NMC while studying to complete their pre-requisite courses and Associate of Science in Nursing degree. Upon completion of this three-year apprenticeship, participants will be eligible to take the NCLEX-RN and apply for RN licensure.
Chosen applicants will receive tuition support, paid study time, and additional wraparound services as needed to ensure success.
- Receive employment wages, benefits, and education, as well as time for coursework
- Provides a career path with planned skill advancement and pay increases
- All available financial aid and grants will be used to reduce your loan amounts. No upfront costs for you.
- Applicants may be currently working in any NMC department (including but not limited to environmental services, restaurant and catering, lab, and billing) or secure employment before July 17th.
When and where
Here’s how the RN Pathway Program looks:
LNA: Licensed Nurse Assistant | LPN: Licensed Practical Nurse | RN: Registered Nurse | H. SCI: Health Science Core | ADN: Associates Degree Nursing
Let’s start talking:
Tell me more about NMC's nursing programs.
Kelly Campbell is NMC’s Director of Professional and Organizational Development. She’ll be reaching out to you to discuss our nursing programs. Or, you can give her a call at 802.752.1999.
Join our free LNA program and get paid while you train!
We’re offering a new training program to become a Licensed Nursing Assistant. Classes are taught by an NMC instructor and can serve as a steppingstone to advancing through NMC’s Licensed Practical Nurse bridge program and into a Registered Nursing position. Whether you’re a recent high school graduate or want a career change, you can help strengthen our nursing staff while establishing your medical career!
Students who complete the program will be offered full-time LNA positions at NMC. Only 10 seats are available so apply now!
What to expect
10-weeks of training
Includes two days of clinical, hands on training
Students will be paid for the hours they participate in the training and are also offered additional work hours as a patient sitter or an environmental services tech
When and where
ASPIRE Nurse Residency Program!
Unique to NMC, the ASPIRE program is a nurse residency program for new grads, or experienced nurses who are new to inpatient nursing. The program is designed to have classroom / didactic time to review and become familiar with policies, procedures, equipment, and standards of care in advance of starting orientation on the unit. The ASPIRE nurses will meet periodically to continue to advance their skills and spend time doing simulation at our Congress & Main Street teaching facility, all while having a cohort of nurses to support each other through the start of their nursing careers.
NMC & Vermont Tech Registered Nurse Scholarship Program
Are you pursuing a Registered Nurse degree through Vermont Technical College (VTC)? This scholarship covers the cost of tuition for the nursing program and offers you employment throughout your education and beyond. Available to high school graduates who reside in NMC’s service area or are dependents of NMC employees, you must meet requirements outlined by VTC’s RN Program.
Students who complete the program will be offered new graduate Registered Nurse positions at NMC. Only a limited amount of scholarships are available so apply now!
- Accept per diem employment as a Licensed Nursing Assistant in an inpatient setting with NMC following your first semester at VTC
- Requires an LNA license upon completion of 1st semester at VTC
- Accept new graduate Registered Nurse positions at NMC following completion of degree at VTC
- Remain employed by NMC for a minimum of 3 years following completion of your RN degree with VTC, in a benefit eligible status (Part-Time or Full-Time status)
When and where
Vermont Technical College, Randolph and Williston locations
1–5 scholarships given
Scholarship amount varies, covers tuition for nursing program
Must apply by December 31 of each year
Apply for the NMC/VTC RN Program Scholarship »
What else can you expect from a nursing career with NMC?
Our nurses help advance quality care at our community hospital, all while living in a beautiful, natural setting with close proximity to mountains and lakes and easy access to Montreal and Boston. We focus on developing highly reliable approaches rather than defaulting to how it’s always been done. Our nurses are able to appreciate specialized tertiary support when needed but have the freedom to be a nurse in a smaller, more personal setting. Does this sound like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for?