Launch your healthcare career with Care Forward Colorado at MCC!
Care Forward Colorado provides zero-cost, short-term healthcare training at MCC. In one year or less, you can learn the skills to become a nurse aide, phlebotomy technician, medical assistant, or emergency medical technician (EMT).
Why a career in healthcare?
Healthcare jobs are some of the fastest-growing in Colorado and provide a wage that can support you and your family. There’s also opportunity to advance in your career. Once you earn your certificate, you can continue your training at MCC to add to your skillset and qualify for higher-paying jobs.
How does it work?
Starting in Fall 2022, students who enroll in eligible healthcare certificate programs have tuition, fees, and materials covered, as funding remains available. In addition to training, you’ll be connected to an “earn while you learn” opportunity–such as an apprenticeship–that may lead to your first job in healthcare!
Interested in Care Forward?
Qualifying Certificate Programs at MCC
Emergency Medical Technician
More About Care Forward Colorado
Care Forward Colorado is a state program funded through federal recovery dollars with the goal to help meet demand for entry-level healthcare positions, which are among the fastest growing in the state. It is made possible by Senate Bill 22-226 which dedicates $25 million in state recovery dollars to train healthcare workers across Colorado. To learn more, visit https://cccs.edu/care-forward-colorado.