Did you know that Mountain Family has a partnership with NIMAA to help train and employ medical assistants?
The National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement (NIMAA) is a nonprofit education institute that trains medical assistants to work effectively in today’s high-performing primary care settings. NIMAA was created by community health centers to provide access to education and employment opportunities in the communities they serve, while addressing a critical workforce shortage.
The National Institute for Medical Assistant Advancement is structured with real people and clinics in mind. Our goal is to efficiently prepare our students to step confidently into a new career as an MA. Check out our flyer here.
8 Month Program
NIMAA combines online learning & instruction with in-clinic experience at Mountain Family Health Centers to prepare you to sit for the MA certification exam in only eight months.
Work in Your Clinic
We start you at Mountain Family Health Centers by getting you hands-on experience at the same time as you learn theory and core skills in your instruction.
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Scholarships and Funding Information:
Scholarship through SyncUP Colorado Grant: A scholarship opportunity made possible by a grant from SyncUP Colorado for breakthrough education-to-employment partnerships to support Colorado’s young people (Age Group 17-24 yrs. old). The scholarship can cover up to $5,200 toward tuition and fees.
NIMAA Scholarship through CWDC: A scholarship opportunity made possible by a grant from The Colorado Workforce Development Council is available to all Colorado residents, of any age. The scholarship can cover up to $4,000 toward tuition and up to $660 toward fees.
Early Application Deadline: April 9
Early Decisions Sent: May 27
Regular Application Deadline: May 29
Regular Decisions Sent: July 15
Classes Begin: August 30 Click Here to Apply Now!
Process to apply: Once accepted into the NIMAA program, students will receive access to an application. Students must complete all fields in the application to be considered. Students will be notified if they are awarded and how much they have been awarded prior to finalizing their financial plan for the program.