Career Sciences

Lyndon Institute offers career sciences programs in:

•    Automotive Technology – leading to NATEF certification
•    Human Services –with an emphasis on Early Childhood Education
•    Allied Health – leading to LNA certification
•    Precision Machining
•    Welding – leading to AWS certification
•    Innovation/Engineering Career Academy–based on Project Lead the Way curriculum
•    Environmental Stewardship

Career Sciences at Lyndon Institute prepares students to obtain industry recognized certifications in:

•    NATEF Certification for Automotive Technology
•    Child Development Associate Certificate
•    Licensed Nursing Assistant Certificate
•    American Welding Society Certification

Dual Enrollment

Students can also earn dual-enrollment college credit in selected classes:

Early Childhood Education

Community College of Vermont

o    Introduction to Early Childhood Education – 3 credits
o    Communication in the Early Childhood and After School Workplace – 3 credits
o    Infant and Toddler Development – 3 credits
o    Fostering Creativity – 3 credits

Allied Health

Central Maine Community College

o    Medical Terminology – 3 college credits

Precision Machining

Central Maine Community College

o    Introduction to Lathes – 2 credits
o    Introduction to Milling and Grinding – 2 credits