Begin Your Journey to an In-Demand Career
The G3 Program is Designed to Change Lives
On July 1, 2021, Danville Community College is launching a training and education program for students with a family income of less than $100,000 to help prepare them for good careers and open jobs in Virginia.
These programs are designed to fit around the busy schedules of working students. Each program has three levels that build on each other. After each level, you earn a certification that can lead to a job. This means students can take breaks in between trainings without losing progress along the way to an associate degree.
The financial assistance for this program is “last dollar,” which covers off any remaining tuition or fees after other grants and scholarships are spent.
How to Enroll in a G3 Program
- Select your career path (view program list below).
- Apply to Danville Community College.
- Fill out the FAFSA or FANTIC application.
- Contact an advisor to plan classes.
- Confirm your financial aid with the Financial Aid office.
- Enroll in your first classes.
Students must maintain a schedule of least six credit hours (usually two classes), hold a GPA of 2.0 or higher and show progress to earning an associate degree in three years to maintain eligibility. Requirements listed below.
While the program doesn’t start until July 1, by signing up early we can help start the process and save your spot.
- Qualifying Programs
Associate of Applied Science
Health Science-Prac. Nrsg.Spec
Admin Support Technology- Medical Office Administration Specialization
Admin Support Technology- General Office Specialization
Admin Support Technology- Medical Office Coding Specialization
IST-Software Development Spec.
IST Network Engineer
IST - Gaming & Mobile App Des.
IST Network Engineer- Cyber & Network Security Specialization
Early Childhood Education
Industrial Tech. - Mechanical
Tech. Studies-Integrated Mach.
Applied Engineering Technology
Office Information Processing
Air Cond. & Refrig. Servicing
Industrical Electronic Principles
Industrial Electrical Princ.
Career Studies Certificate
Basic Dental Assisting
Advanced Nurse Aide
Nurse Aide Extended Care
Medical Office Studies
Office Information Processing
Info. Systems Technician
Mobile Applications Developmen
Information Systems Management
Foundations of Crim Justice
Early Childhood Development
Drafting and Surveying
Information Systems Technology Network Engineer
Networking With CISCO/CCNA
CNC Flow Cell Machining
AC & Refrig Fundamentals
Auto Repair Funda.(Restricted)
BTT-Electrical*Spec. Pop. Only
Computer Aided Drafting & Des.
Air Conditioning & Refrigerati
Auto Analysis & Repair
Precision Machining Technology
Certified Nurse Aide
Emergency Medical Technician
Emergency Medical Technician - Intermediate
CISCO Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT)
CISCO Certified Network Associate
CISCO Certified Network Professional
Microsoft MTA Networking Fundamentals
Microsoft MTA Server Administration Fundamentals
Backflow Prevention Device Certification
Electrical - Level 1
Electrical - Level 2
Electrical - Level 3
Electrical - Level 4
Electrical Tradesman License Renewal
HVAC Tradesman License Renewal
Plumbing Tradesman License Renewal
Certified Production Technician
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
Level I CNC Milling: Operations
Level I CNC Milling: Programming Setup & Operations
Level I CNC Turning: Operations
Level I CNC Turning: Programming Setup & Operations
Level II CNC Milling Skills II
Level II CNC Turning Skills II
Manufacturing Specialist (MS)
Manufacturing Technician 1 (MT1)
Measurement, Materials, and Safety
Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program Level 1
Who is eligible for the G3 Program?
Any Virginia resident who:
- Qualifies for in-state tuition,
- Has a total household income of less than or equal to 400% of the Federal Poverty Level (roughly an income of $100,000 for a family of four),
- Is enrolled for a minimum of six credit hours at Danville Community College,
- Is enrolled in a designated G3 program, and
- Has applied for federal and/or state financial aid programs.