Adult Education Coordinator
Cynthia Holt is an experienced educator with a passion for helping students achieve their full potential. She holds a Master of Education degree and has worked in a variety of educational settings, including public and private schools, non-profit organizations, and higher education institutions. Throughout her career, Cynthia has demonstrated a commitment to creating inclusive learning environments where all students can thrive.
Cynthia’s expertise includes curriculum development, technology integration, and instructional design. She has also led professional development workshops for educators and served as a mentor to new teachers. In addition to her work in education, Cynthia has a strong interest in environmental sustainability and has volunteered with several conservation organizations.
As an innovative thinker and lifelong learner, Cynthia is always seeking new opportunities to grow and develop professionally. She is dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of students and the wider community, and she looks forward to continuing to do so in her future endeavors.
About the Program
Adult & Continuing Education (ACE) @ BTC provides workforce development courses and comprehensive programs for adults in the greater Burlington community. Our goal is to graduate students who are highly qualified to enter the workforce with the skills and abilities necessary to succeed.
ACE @ BTC delivers opportunities through practical instruction in lab and classroom settings as well as through in-person, online, or hybrid models. We also offer training programs that meet specific hiring needs through our collaborations with the Department of Labor, Vermont Adult Learning, HireAbility, and other organizations and entities.
Go Online @ BTC
Online @ BTC extends access to over 750 non-credit fundamental courses and a wide array of specialized career training programs; each with the option for instructor-led or self-paced learning.
Our online Enrichment and Professional Development courses, led by expert instructors, cover various areas, such as Arts & Design, Language Learning, Information Technology, Construction & Trades, and Computer Applications. These engaging six-week courses cater to your learning goals.
For those pursuing career advancement, Online @ BTC offers Career Certification* courses. These programs prepare you for professional-level roles in high-demand industries. With durations ranging from three to twelve months, you can complete them at your own pace or have the support of an instructor if you prefer. Many courses even provide vouchers for national certification exams.
*Tuition assistance for our Career Training courses may be available through VSAC; please contact us for more information or learn about and apply for the VSAC Advancement Grant to help fund your ACE experience.
ENROLLMENT IN DAYTIME PROGRAMS
Adult students can also explore daytime programs at Burlington Technical Center, subject to availability. Visit the BTC website for up-to-date information on daytime class offerings, including registration, application requirements, and deadlines
We are always adding additional course offerings. Please check back on this page for updates and feel encouraged to contact Cynthia Holt at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. If you have a suggestion for a course or would like to teach a specific course, please feel encouraged to reach out.
For Adult Education courses at all of Vermont CTE Centers, visit VACTEA’s website.