LPN/LVN Schools in Vermont
Schools for this programSchools for this program
LPN/LVN Schools in Vermont offering certificate lengths of less than two years:
|School||City||Recent Annual Graduates|
|Vermont Technical College||Randolph Center||142|
Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)
|School||Avg. Net Price||Price Range||Daycare||Weekends||Some Online|
|Vermont Technical College||16,579||14,557 - 21,735||-||-||Yes|Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?
"It is local and near family. Gulf Coast State College has the lowest tuition prices in the state of Florida and the tri-state area."
"I chose the Tennessee Technology Center located in Dickson because of the location. I made the right decision. The instructors and facility at the college were excellent and taught me valuable skills that I currently use in my profession."
What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?
"I was surprised at how segregated the medical technology programs were from the rest of the campus. I was slightly unimpressed with the lack of career placement assistance offered at the college."
"I was surprised how exceptional the nursing instructors are with the students. They take a personal interest to ensure each student has a full understanding of each topic covered."
How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?
"I started by putting in my resume at every outpatient facility in town. The hospitals in town I already did clinicals at, so they knew me well and I was able to get a referral from my peers."
"When you complete the Licensed Practical/Vocational Nursing (LPN or LVN) you are prepared to take the state NCLEX exam or nursing boards. Once I had taken the exam, I began to seek employment. I found that finding a job as a licensed practical nurse very easy and fast. I started my first job within a week of passing the nursing boards."