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Registration Deadline Information
Registration Closes January 21, 2022
Spring 2022 Perkins Courses
- SPA 101 - 14407 (GNB)
- SPA 101 - 14409
- ENG 101 - 14405
- MTH 152 - 14366
- PSY 101 - 14370
- SOC 101 - 14369
- CSS 101 - 14561
- CSS 101 - 14562
- BUS 115 - 14449
Dual Enrollment Eligibility Guidelines
- Currently enrolled in a public secondary school, non-public school, or home school.
- Must not have earned a high school diploma.
- Must meet all course prerequisites per the course policies of Bristol Community College.
- Have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of 2.0 or show potential for academic success.
- Maintain a GPA of at least 2.5 at Bristol to continue in dual enrollment.
- Contact your High School Guidance Counselor to participate.
- Submit a completed Bristol Dual Enrollment Application which includes:
Guidance Department Authorization Form
Copy of most recent Transcript
Official copy of any applicable testing scores
** Incomplete applications will not be processed. All documents should be legible and submitted to DualEnrollment@BristolCC.edu.
FAFSA 2022: Now Open!
For priority consideration, students should submit their application by Feb. 1, 2022. Applications are accepted through April 1, 2022, by midnight Central time. Montana.
Spring CVTE Implementation Meeting Planning
The CVTE Implementation Committee will be resuming "in-person" meetings in the Spring. The following schools volunteered to host our meetings. Please keep in mind that RSVPs will be required for ALL Spring meetings, as the hosting schools will need to plan for the meeting based on participant headcount. Should you have any questions regarding the upcoming meetings, please feel free to contact Nikita at Nikita.Viera@Bristolcc.edu.
February: No Meetings
March: Old Colony
April: BMC Durfee
June: Bristol CC
Career Technical Initiative (CTI) Adult Training Implementation Grants
To support Massachusetts High Schools and address persistent demand in construction/trades and manufacturing, Commonwealth Corporation, on behalf of the Workforce Skills Cabinet, is announcing the availability of up to $12.2M for the FY’22 Career Technical Initiative Adult Training Grant Request for Responses (Round 5).
This funding will support schools with Chapter 74 vocational programs to implement adult training through the Career Technical Initiative (CTI) starting in March 2022. CTI is a grant opportunity administered through Commonwealth Corporation that funds training opportunities for unemployed and underemployed adult workers in construction/trades and manufacturing at high schools with aligned Chapter 74 programs.
Applicants may request up to $6,000 per student in implementations funds issued through this solicitation for training and placement programs, which will be paid on a reimbursable basis. Schools that have not previously received a CTI implementation round are also eligible for up to $40,000 in start-up funds for staff and marketing costs, paid on a reimbursable basis.
To learn more about the Career Technical Initiative please see the recording provided here. This grant opportunity represents a foundational investment across education and training networks to operationalize the Commonwealth’s strategic vision to address unemployment and labor shortages. Please see the RFR for details on grant submission.
- Questions specific to the RFR will be accepted in writing and posted on a rolling basis.
- Potential applicants can submit questions and sign up for notifications here.
- See more on available funding at the CommCorp website.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. (2022, January). College, Career & Technical Education e-Newsletter. CTI Adult Training Implementation Grants!. Volume 6, (Issue 14).
CVTE Implementation Committee
Wednesday, March 9th, 11:30am-1pm
476 North Avenue
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Perkins Core Indicators Webinars
Wednesday, Feb. 2nd, 9am
This is an online event.
Those interested may register here.