Riverside Community Care Degrees
There are a number of reasons to consider our programs as a Riverside Community Care employee:
Receive a $5,000 educational grant for your bachelor's or master's degree at any regional or online campus.
Receive a $10,000 educational grant for any bachelor’s or master’s degree at the main campus.
Earn your degree quickly—saving you time and money.
Choose the degree focused on impacting lives and communities.
Earn as many as 34 undergraduate credits for your Community Action Professional and Child Development Associate trainings.
Riverside Community Care employees enrolled at any of the Springfield College campus locations or in the fully online program are eligible to receive a $5,000 or $10,000 educational grant. This grant has been established by Springfield College to support Riverside Community Care members being educated for leadership in service to others. Students must provide employment information to confirm their eligibility.
Pre-approved training credits for Riverside Community Care members towards a bachelor's degree program
|Training Programs||Available Undergraduate Credits|
|Results Oriented Management Accountability (ROMA)||6|
|Strengths-based family workers||4|
|Family Development credential||6|
|Child Development Associate (CDA)||