The Art of Medical Interpretation

Do you speak fluent English and Portuguese? Get certified as a Medical Interpreter this Winter! This intensive 60-hour online course begins in February — click on the link below and schedule your language assessment today!

Learn and grow this year

In light of all that’s happened this past year, we hope you’re as motivated as we are to learn more — and be more — in 2021. That’s why we’re offering a wide variety of new and returning courses this semester, as well as new staff and internship opportunities.

On January 25, our Offshore Wind Technician program kicks off. Scroll down for details. In February, get certified in the Art of Medical Interpretation.

Other offerings this semester include: HiSET prep, Quickbooks Essentials, Women in Photography, Writing A Memoir, First Aid & Survival in the Wilderness, CDL Class A licensing, and Medical Interpreter Training… and that’s just to name a few.

Help Wanted

Now Hiring: Career Navigation Specialist

ACE MV is in search of a qualified candidate to helm our new Career Pathways program for high school students. Are you the right fit? Click here to see the details.

Also needed: volunteers and interns

Are you able to volunteer any of your time, or intern for a small stipend? We’re in need of a few more hands around the (virtual) office! Click here to find out what we’re looking for.

There’s still time to join our Offshore Wind Tech certificate program

Classes start the week of Jan 25, so don’t wait! Apply today and start training for an exciting new career as an Offshore Wind Technician.

Click here for more information about this program.

Looking back and moving forward

ACE MV is offering some thought-provoking and engaging classes in the subject of Social Justice this year: Rev. Will Mebane’s seminar, “Racism in the Media: Words, Images, Iconography” (details coming shortly), and in April, we’re running a Social Justice Reading Group.

We look forward to seeing you in class this year!

Beginning in January: Wind Technician Program and our new Diversity & Inclusion “Mini College”

Calling all Martha’s Vineyard residents! There’s still time to enroll!

This training program and certificate is offered to year-round Martha’s Vineyard residents interested in a career in applied wind technology, renewable energy and engineering. Invest in your future today!

Our Diversity & Inclusion “Mini College” begins on January 19 with a 3-credit undergraduate course, Issues of Race, Diversity & Oppression.