Start your in-demand career in healthcare as a Community Health Worker in as little as one semester at Southeast Technical College. Our certificate program prepares graduates to provide critical and needed services in their communities, acting as a link between health and social service providers and the public.
Community Health Workers are frontline public health workers that build individual and community capacity by increasing health knowledge and self-sufficiency through a range of activities such as outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support and advocacy.
The required coursework for the Community Health Worker certificate is offered online, with the exception of the internship experience that must be completed in-person.
- Complete the Southeast Tech application.
- Select "Non-Degree Seeking" when asked "What kind of student are you?"
- Once the application is submitted, an Admissions Representative will be in contact.
- Pay $75 registration fee.
- Then, STC will complete the registration request and send you an official schedule.
Costs for this program are calculated based on a charge of $255 per credit hour, plus
applicable fees. Federal Financial Aid is not available for this certificate.
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Want to know more? Request information about Southeast Tech from the admissions office.
Additional Program Requirements
Completion of a background check and drug screen are required before program classes start.
This program requires additional immunizations. Please refer to the Healthcare Programs Handbook for additional details.
Scrubs or an employer-specified uniform are required for the internship component of this certificate.
Southeast Technical College's Community Health Worker certificate is a Bring Your Own Laptop (BYOL) program. You may purchase a laptop on your own or from the Southeast Tech Support Center.